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  Forums > Hively Tracker Discussion > Hively Tracker for XP or Linux???

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Hively Tracker for XP or Linux???

Matej
Posted: 2006-12-28 18:38:10
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Will be any plans for Hively Tracker port???
syphus
Posted: 2006-12-28 20:48:18
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Using WinUAE in Windows or UAE in Linux will give you much more success than a port probably would, and because that's the recommended option, I'd be very surprised if somebody embarked on a full, from-scratch port of Hively for x86.
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Xeron
Posted: 2006-12-28 22:18:41
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There are no plans to port hively outside of Amiga operating systems.
AHX forever!
Matej
Posted: 2007-01-03 17:12:01
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So I decided to make opensource internet developing project -> AHX and Hively clone for PC WIN... :)
eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-05 18:50:18
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I wonder what about this news do Dexter and Pink, because you know Matej - only amiga make it possible.
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Matej
Posted: 2007-01-05 21:27:32
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I know I have a600 and I love it.Imagine - notebook AHX tracking...I know there are emulators but I don´t like emulators...And why not?PC is shit.You can buy it everywhere and it is portable (a600 is too but I don´t have ups+mini lcd...)

Second reason -> there is no serious chip-tracker for that PC shit.

2 stupid dogs rules...

.-Matej-.
eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-05 22:56:44
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Chip-Music on PC for many people means only one thing - small size. But hey, if you use a Scandoubler you can heave a lcd screen for amiga - think pink :D
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Deltafire
Posted: 2007-01-06 10:52:13
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"Second reason -> there is no serious chip-tracker for that PC shit."

Very funny.. Either you're being sarcastic or you haven't bothered to research the subject. The PC has several fantastic chip-trackers, my favorites being:

GoatTracker Create SID tunes using either a real SID, or the ReSID emulator (which is very good by the way). Then export them to play on a real C64!

FamiTracker Create Nintendo NSF tunes using an emulation of the NES/Famicom sound system. Then export them to play on a real Nintendo!.

I personally prefer GoatTracker - it's text-mode interface doesn't look like much, but once you start using it you realise that it's really quite good, and I love the sound of the SID - even when emulated with ReSID :D
eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-06 11:49:22
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Delta you don't understand what Matej wrote - "I don't like emulators" :D

Only dedicatet chip-tracker, who not emulate C64 or whutever is a Dreamstation. Please check - www.dreamstation.de It's commercial, but cost is only 50e...

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Deltafire
Posted: 2007-01-06 12:06:27
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It seems to me that Matez was refering to UAE and the likes when he stated that he doesn't like emulators.

Neither GoatTracker nor FamiTracker are emulators. Although GoatTracker has the option of using a SID chip emulation library, you don't have to and can in fact use it with the real thing. That meets my definition of a chiptracker, DreamStation however does not. I had a quick look at its web page and it claims to be an analogue synth simulator..

eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-06 17:31:45
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Does a HardSid sound card with some tracker is still emulation, or not ? Hard question, don't ya think :D
Back to the Dreamstation.It's brilliant anyway, check a demo songs made by Vibrants :D

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syphus
Posted: 2007-01-06 18:20:13
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I don't think it's a hard question:) In a C64, voltage goes into a SID chip and audio voltage comes out. In a HardSID, voltage goes into a SID chip and audio voltage comes out. In my Sidstation, voltage goes into the SID chip, audio voltage comes out. Whether I use one of many C64 software trackers, Goattracker or a non-tracker sequencing package, I've still got non-emulated hardware audio from an original chip.
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eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-06 18:31:44
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hehe :D
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Matej
Posted: 2007-01-08 11:22:47
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I know Goat ,Fami and Dreamstation...
And dont forget infos.cz/raster -> RMT TRACKER !!!

I mean something like Dreamstation but as FT2 like...
Not emulation of soundchip.Realtime generators...

Like ACETracker on Atari Falcon 030 ...
Deltafire
Posted: 2007-01-08 18:41:35
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Renoise with VSTs? ;)
Matej
Posted: 2007-01-10 16:00:54
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No VSTi-s... I like oldschool...
eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-11 09:23:38
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So try Dreamstation, its a pure old-school tracker for me personally :D
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eleKtro
Posted: 2007-01-11 17:39:14
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Clicky clicky
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Matej
Posted: 2007-02-06 09:49:19
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Heeh portable C= nice one...
But don't forget ATARI RULES!!!
Matej
Posted: 2007-02-06 09:51:36
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Clicky Clicky!!!


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