Soundtracker

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Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith - Walt Disney Studios Park Attraction
... of "G-Force") Records, and the vehicles in Paris are called "Soundtrackers" instead of limousines ... are lured into the testing area where they board the prototype vehicle for the new experience, the Soundtracker ... A unique aspect of the Walt Disney Studios version is that each Soundtracker has its own theme ...
List Of Audio Trackers - History
... ModPlug Renoise Tracker musicians Demosceners The term tracker derives from Ultimate Soundtracker the first tracker software ... Ultimate Soundtracker was written by Karsten Obarski and released in 1987 by EAS Computer Technik for the Commodore Amiga ... Ultimate Soundtracker was a commercial product, but soon shareware clones such as NoiseTracker appeared as well ...
List Of Audio Trackers - List of Music Trackers - Other Operating Systems
... NitroTracker (Tobias Weyland, 2006, GPL) - Nintendo DS Soundtracker (Jarosław Burczyński, 1990, public domain) – Soundtracker sequenced the three channels of the AY-3-8910 ... A second program, ST Compiler, allowed Soundtracker songs to be integrated into other code ...
Sound Tracker - Description
... Its name is a tribute to the 1987 Amiga program Ultimate Soundtracker which is regarded as the first program of this type, while its user interface mostly resembles and indeed ... SoundTracker uses GTK+ (version 1, now succeeded by version 2) as its widget toolkit, but an unofficial port to GTK+ 2 exists by contributors ... For many years, SoundTracker was one of the very few mature audio trackers available for Unix-like operating systems ...
Music Tracker - History
... musicians Demosceners The term tracker derives from Ultimate Soundtracker the first tracker software ... Ultimate Soundtracker was written by Karsten Obarski and released in 1987 by EAS Computer Technik for the Commodore Amiga ... Ultimate Soundtracker was a commercial product, but soon shareware clones such as NoiseTracker appeared as well ...