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GoatTracker V2.59 Stereo   [2007]

GoatTracker V2.59 Stereo Released by :
Covert Bitops [web]

Release Date :
12 April 2007

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:*********_  9.2/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Cadaver of Covert Bitops

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/87400/gt2stereo.zip (downloads: 297)

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Production Info
Submitted by cadaver on 11 April 2007
Quickly hacked together, approach with caution. Bugs will be fixed when encountered.

Changelog so far:

- Fixed channels 4-6 not setting global tempo.
- Added missing channel 4-6 playback start checks to the editor
- Mono songs can be loaded (detection relies on checking song order-
list validity and is not 100% certain.)
- Vertical resolution increased.

- Fixed channel 4-6 filter commands.
- Fixed help screen mouse scrolling.
- Fixed pattern default length selection display when decrementing
from a value of 100 or higher.
- Fixed mouse selection of pattern when adjusting an adjacent channel.
- Fixed help screen instructions.
- Changed resolution to 800x600 (pattern display tightened.)
- Changed speed of page up/page down scrolling to be faster.
- Optimized text output routines.

- Fixed SHIFT+channel number in orderlist edit mode (swap orderlists)
to work with channels 4-6.
- Added the backquote key (top-left on keyboard) to select channel
in pattern edit mode, and to select table in table edit mode. Use
with SHIFT to go backwards.
- Added SHIFT+channel number to mute channels in pattern edit mode.
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