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299 bytes added ,  08:23, 25 March 2008
Add Desktop Tracker item and sort
Currently we need support for following formats:
* TFMX a (non-MOD) Desktop Tracker format used by Monkey Island music in the Acorn disk version of Simon the Sorcerer 1. There is a [http://freshmeatwww.nettribbeck.com/projectssoftware/tfmx-playsonor/ player] for it already, which is written in rather poor C, also it misses several macros implementation. [http:dtt/manual/www.wotsit.org/downloadappx_f.asp?f=tfmx Thishtml Information] documentation may be useful, it isn't complete though. If you don't have about the Amiga version specifications of Monkey Island 1 you can use the Desktop Track format and [http://quickmembers.mixnmojooptusnet.com.au/demoswormmon/mi1amigademo.zip demomods/ sample mods] of Monkey Island 1. The main objective of this task is to write a TFMX player with all the effects and macros needed by the Monkey Island music tunes. Work can be based on the original - uncommented - replayer routine disassembly (Motorola 68k)are available.
* MaxTrax support for Kyrandia 1. The Amiga version isn't supported yet, but [[User:LordHoto|LordHoto]] will be working on it when his copy arrives. A Motorola 68000 (short: 68k) assembler implementation by Joe Pearce can be found [http://amiga.emucamp.com/wt/files/sources/SRC_MaxTrax.lzx here]. It would be necessary to re-implement it in proper C++, naturally a must for this task is 68k assembler knowledge. If you don't have the Amiga version of the Legend of Kyrandia, there are [http://www.exotica.org.uk/tunes/unexotica/games/Legend_of_Kyrandia.html sample modules] available.
* SoundFX is used by the Future Wars and Operation Stealth games of the cinE engine. The player is already implemented, but it cannot load music stored in Amiga format with combined track info and instrument info. The existing code only supports loading them separately, which happens to be the way they are stored in the DOS version. If you don't have the Amiga versions of the required games, you can use the [http://quick.mixnmojo.com/demos/fw_demo_ami.zip demo] of Future Wars and the [http://quick.mixnmojo.com/demos/op_demo_ami.zip demo] of Operation Stealth. A standalone player has been written in the past, initially for the cinE project (the source is available [http://membres.lycos.fr/cyxdown/scummvm/cinematique/ here]) which should be able to play the music tunes of Future Wars, Operation Stealth, Cruise for a Corpse and Another World.
 
* TFMX a (non-MOD) format used by Monkey Island 1. There is a [http://freshmeat.net/projects/tfmx-play/ player] for it already, which is written in rather poor C, also it misses several macros implementation. [http://www.wotsit.org/download.asp?f=tfmx This] documentation may be useful, it isn't complete though. If you don't have the Amiga version of Monkey Island 1 you can use the [http://quick.mixnmojo.com/demos/mi1amigademo.zip demo] of Monkey Island 1. The main objective of this task is to write a TFMX player with all the effects and macros needed by the Monkey Island music tunes. Work can be based on the original - uncommented - replayer routine disassembly (Motorola 68k).
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