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       klystrack - make C64/NES/Amiga-style chiptunes


       klystrack [options] files...


       This manual page documents briefly the klystrack command.

       klystrack  is a tracker for making C64/NES/Amiga-style chiptunes on a modern platform.  It
       can be used to create audio for games.


       Additive synthesis with filters (think SID, Atari, NES etc.)
       Hard sync and ring modulation (like SID)
       FM synthesis (think Adlib, MSX, OPL2 etc.)
       Wavetable for samples or custom waveforms to be used in synthesis (think Amiga, SNES)
       Built-in wave generator and editor
       Programmable instruments not limited to simple arpeggios
       Sequencer Tracker with free positioning of patterns
       Pattern transpose
       Pattern length is not fixed
       Hard limit of 32 channels but this can be raised (just ask  if  you  need  more...  sounds
       crazy, though)
       Fully themeable, includes half dozen themes
       Effects Stereo chorus
       SNES-style multitap echo
       Bit crusher/decimator
       Export Own custom format with a tiny playback library to be used in games, demos etc.
       Export as .WAV
       Export each track as separate .WAV's
       Export  wavetable  items  as .WAV's (use klystrack to create one-cycle waveforms for other
       Import Import .WAV's to use as samples
       Import Protracker and FT2 modules
       Import C64 SID files (Rob Hubbard player)



       adtrack2(1), protracker(1), goattracker(1), milkytracker(1), schismtracker(1).

                                         December 12 2017                            klystrack(1)