Share My Creation ModPlayer

Ported B4A Audio visualization to B4J as a MOD player with real-time spectrum and pattern visualization. It plays Lo-Fi 8 bit tracker music in MOD tracker format.
The left bottom playlist button pops up file dialog that supports multiple files selection to make a playlist.
Name of samples shows in the middle one by one as song information and pattern view shows music notes and sample index in 4 channels.

Several MOD files are attached, some of the amazing music from 1990s I like to play as my programming background.

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Run: java -jar BxModPlayer.jar (Windows 11 x64, Java 1.8.202)
 

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epiCode

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Reminded me of ScreamTracker and stm players even before sound cards were invented!
 

kimstudio

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Reminded me of ScreamTracker and stm players even before sound cards were invented!
I am a little bit of late for that early computing era. Those programmers are really amazing to deal with resource limited computers and hardware.
 

kimstudio

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"MOD2" (16bit Stereo 44KHz)
MOD is the first module tracker format, there are many extended format like this afterwards. 8 bit samples make the file small that is needed for some compact programs like demoscene.

However as you suggested for a new sample based sequencer file format it can be easily modifed/learned from the MOD format.
 
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