AT2 - VU-meters in detail
Welcome to the official Adlib Tracker II website! Here you'll find the latest info on subz3ro's finest FM-tracker. This will in time be the place to discover how to make most use of the OPL3-chip and a place to share your interest in FM-synthesis with other users.
Adlib Tracker II is, dare we say, the most userfriendly tracker aimed for the OPL3 FM-chip, and is full of advanced features to simplify your task of making the most of your Adlib-tunes. Supporting 4 operator instruments, percussion mode, a wide selection of importable song- and instrument types and - maybe foremost - an advanced macro editor that can really push the FM-chip to the limit.
If you're lucky enough to have an old PC machine lying around with a Sound Blaster 16 / AWE32 / AWE64 card - or a brand new computer that can simulate it - don't hesitate to install and get grooving with this ultimate FM-tool of yours!
Feel free to browse these pages to find out more about Adlib Tracker II and see what you can do with it. Enjoy!
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2014-11-26 - Recent update of program packages
2014-02-14 - First Linux port of SDL version done by member Florian Jung
2013-12-31 - Project development restarted and first official SDL version for Win32 released
2012-05-20 - Member Dmitry Smagin ported AT2 to FreePascal/SDL and released first beta
2012-01-21 - Member Cecill Etheredge coded Synth! extension and created AT2 Google Code page
2010-11-23 - Creation of AT2 Open Source Project (OSP) at SourceForge.net
2007-06-10 - Release of version 2.3.38 and project development put on hold until further notice
2006-01-06 - Website finally online and domain name has been registered! Hooray!
2005-07-30 - Now in PHP! Guestbook added, superpolished webdesign and more.
2005-04-30 - Updated webdesign and architecture
2005-01-07 - Birth of new website creation!