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OpenMPT is being developed since 1997 (initially named ModPlug Tracker) and has grown a lot since then. Here, you can find some of the key features of the tracker.
    Native and fast Windows GUI
    No installation needed, fully portable
    VST effects and VST instruments supported
    DirectX audio filters supported
    Fully configurable keyboard layout (OpenMPT comes with key maps in various flavours including Impulse Tracker and Fasttracker 2 style, as well as a Dvorak layout) - shortcuts can also be bound to MIDI CCs.
    Support for multiple sequences ("songs") in one file
    Support for custom tunings
    Suitable for live performances: Queue patterns, automate VST parameters using a MIDI keyboard, start and stop your modules with MIDI messages...
    Templates can be used to quickly access often used combinations of samples, pattern, instrument, plugin, ... settings.
Editor features
    True multiple document interface - open many modules at the same time and copy&paste between them!
    Tabbed layout
    Support for drag and drop in various places
    Fast access to various places through the treeview: Load modules, samples and instruments directly from the treeview's built-in file browser
    Up to 127 channels for editing (256 virtual channels)
    Two editor modes: FT2 and IT notation
    Many supported sample and instrument formats: WAV, FLAC, PAT, S3I, SMP, ITS, RAW, AIFF, 8SVX, DLS, SF2, XI, ITI, MP3 and more!
    A versatile sample editor with useful features like sample normalization, DC offset removal, phase inversion, amplification, upsample, downsample, etc... You can even draw your own samples!
    Record live from your MIDI keyboard directly into the patterns
    Automate VST plugins directly from the patterns and write automation data directly into the pattern when turning the knobs on your VST interface
    Edit one module in multiple windows, f.e. on several monitors
Audio output
    Output via WaveOut, DirectX or low-latency ASIO and WASAPI
    Up to 192 KHz, 32-Bit, quad surround
    Several interpolation algorithms are available
    DSP units like bass expansion, reverb, equalizer
Supported file formats
    Composer 669 / UNIS 669 (669)
    ASYLUM Music Format / DSMI Advanced Music Format (AMF)
    Extreme's Tracker / Velvet Studio (AMS)
    Digi Booster Pro (DBM)
    Digi Booster (DIGI)
    X-Tracker (DMF)
    DSIK Format (DSM)
    Farandole Composer (FAR)
    General Digital Music (GDM)
    Imago Orpheus (IMF)
    Impulse Tracker (Project) (IT / ITP)
    Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Music (J2B)
    SoundTracker and compatible (M15 / STK)
    DigiTrakker (MDL)
    OctaMED (MED)
    MO3 compressed modules (MO3)
    ProTracker / NoiseTracker / etc. 4 - 99 channels, 15 or 31 samples (MOD)
    OpenMPT (MPTM)
    MadTracker 2 (MT2)
    MultiTracker (MTM)
    Oktalyzer (OKT)
    Epic Megagames MASI (PSM)
    PolyTracker (PTM)
    ScreamTracker 3 (S3M)
    ScreamTracker 2 (STM)
    UltraTracker (ULT)
    Unreal Music Package (UMX)
    Grave Composer (WOW)
    FastTracker (XM)
    Compressed modules in ZIP / LHA / RAR / GZ archives
    MIDI (MID)
    Uncompressed Wave (WAV)
    Impulse Tracker (Project) (IT / ITP)
    MIDI (MID)
    ProTracker 4 - 99 channels, 31 samples (MOD)
    OpenMPT (MPTM)
    ScreamTracker 3 (S3M)
    FastTracker (XM)
Rendering / Exporting
    MIDI (MID)
    MPEG-1 Audio Layer III with ID3v2 tags (MP3)
    PCM and Float Audio up to 192 KHz, 32-bit, quad surround (WAV)
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