Provided by: goattracker_2.75-2_amd64 bug

NAME

       goattracker - C64 music editor

SYNOPSIS

       goattracker

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the goattracker command.

       goattracker  is  a  C64 music tracker.  It supports emulated output via the software reSID
       engine, the HardSID soundcard, or the Catweasel (MK3/MK4) controller  card,  and  produces
       songs  in  its  own  format  (*.SNG). The program can also export tunes in SID format, BIN
       format, or Commodore  PRG  format  for  inclusion  on  a  floppy  you  can  stick  into  a
       1541/1571/1581 drive.

       Like  most  tracker  programs,  the program is able to import instrument files, create and
       modify track patterns, set the order of playback of patterns and  change  details  of  the
       song  such  as  the title and author. If you are familiar with tracker-like programs, then
       GoatTracker will feel like a simple version of those, though with differences attributable
       to  the  hardware.  People new to composing in general should look up other information on
       composing on the C64.

SEE ALSO

       ocp(1), protracker,(1), milkytracker(1), schism(1).

AUTHOR

       goattracker was written by Lasse Öörni.

       This manual page was written  by  Gürkan  Sengün  <gurkan@phys.ethz.ch>,  for  the  Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                                           May 17, 2007                            GOATTRACKER(1)