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0001327OpenMPTFile Format Supportpublic2020-05-23 15:38
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Platformx64OSWindowsOS Version7
Product VersionOpenMPT / libopenmpt 0.4.12 (upgrade first) 
Summary0001327: PumaTracker Format

PumaTracker is a nice and interesting exotic format for Atari ST and Amiga. It would be marvelous to play all the Toki, Elf and more songs and just watch and enjoy them.

Additional Information

PumaTracker for amiga including assembly source:

Module structure:

Example songs sorted by games:

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2020-05-22 18:24

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2020-05-23 10:16

reporter   ~0004341

Are there more example songs out there that use this format?

Also a bit more documentation regarding the format would be useful, there's no info regarding supported commands and what they do or sample formats in the text file you've linked.



2020-05-23 15:38

reporter   ~0004342

Hi StarWolf3000, I've attached a zip file containing modules from a few games. Please focus the Toki songs as they're pretty simple (the first one, puma.toki1, is only a 23 seconds looping song).
Also here's a file with the source code of PumaTracker (Amiga assembly) and word-file which is the documentation including supported commands. I also converted the word file to a text file.

This should help a bit. Maybe someone can progress so far that I can rip at least the samples. :) (419,510 bytes)

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