Buze is tickless
and intuitive, it is compatible with a variety of plugin
and file formats. A notable distinction of the Buze is
its ableton-like envelope. You also have a number of
workflow options including piano rolls, you can design
custom pattern layouts, you have dynamic midi and audio
routing and you can combine different
pattern-resolutions. Like a standard DAW, you can use
Buze for wave audio editing, midi controlling and more!
You can utilize the multifaaceted Buze as a sampler,
software synth, audio editor or sequencer.
Buze sports a no
non-sense interface. Its easy to learn and will help you
increase your musical productivity. The best thing about
Buze is that its free, and it supports a gazillion of
free downloadable instrument/effects such as the
plug-ins available here at Hitsquad.com. All you have to
do is download it, run it, get machines, get samples,
and enjoy your free portable software studio.
portable studio, no
sequencer with envelopes and pianorolls ++
Very productive since
almost everything can be done using shortcuts
*All plugins* can be
switched between GUI or native buze-look, so you
will not be distracted by massive GUI plugins.
Supports a wide range of
plugins for generating and processing audio, MIDI,
value and note signals. 30+ built-in plugins
configurable keyboard shortcuts and window layouts
Supports VST, Buzz, Psycle,
LADSPA and Lunar plugins natively
MilkyTracker is an open source,
multi-platform music application for creating .MOD and .XM
module files. It attempts to recreate the module replay
and user experience of the popular DOS program
Fasttracker II, with special playback modes available
for improved Amiga ProTracker 2/3 compatibility.
MilkyTracker's key features:
- Fasttracker II like, custom
graphical user interface with context menus
- Supported on multiple platforms including portable
- Very accurate .XM replay compared to FT2
- ProTracker 2/3 playback modes for playing and editing
- Various resampler options including emulated - Amiga
500/1200 sound output
- Choose between a modern and a true-to-FT2 editing
scheme / keyboard layout
- Tabbed user interface for opening and playing up to 32
modules simultaneously and for exchanging data between
- Over 30 imported module formats
- Basic archive support for loading zipped, powerpacked
and UMX modules directly
- Rendering songs/patterns to disk (.WAV) or directly to
- Powerful sample editor featuring waveform generators
- In-depth instrument editor featuring envelope zooming
and scaling and support for copying and swapping
instruments and samples across tabs
- Low latency audio driver support
- MIDI In support
- Module optimizer
- Internal file browser option
- Various font sizes for improved visibility of pattern
- Prospective pattern view option
- Playing and editing simultaneously
- Live mode for seamless pattern changes
A couple of facts:
MilkyTracker is not based on any
common module replay. Its core MilkyPlay has been in
development since the mid-90s, originally as a
Digitrakker .MDL player.
MilkyTracker development started a decade later for the
Pocket PC and it still fully operates on rather humble
MilkyTracker is and will stay a 2nd generation tracker.
There are already several good 3rd generation trackers
Jokosher is a simple and powerful
multi-track studio. Jokosher provides a complete
application for recording, editing, mixing and exporting
audio, and has been specifically designed with usability
in mind. The developers behind Jokosher have re-thought
audio production at every level, and created something
devilishly simple to use.
Easy to use interface, designed
from the ground up. Jokosher uses concepts and language
familiar to musicians, and is a breeze to use.
Simple editing with splitting,
trimming and moving tools.
Multi-track volume mixing with VU
Import audio (Ogg Vorbis, MP3,
FLAC, WAV and anything else supported by GStreamer) into
A range of instruments can be
added to a project, and instruments can be renamed.
Instruments can also be muted and soloed easily.
Export to MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC,
WAV and anything else GStreamer supports.