creating/editing .mod files using converters and .txt editors
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post #128894 :: 2020.10.23 2:47am :: edit 2020.10.23 2:56am
  
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hi everyone! i don't know if here is the right place for posting this: as txt-based music trackers are quite scarce, i tried to start coding a kind of "mod2txt" converter (that eventually would "evolve" to xm, s3m, it, etc.) as a kind of bin2hexdump converter (and back) first (as i was doing with vgm, trying all chips or almost) - so i started with this bash script, mod2hexdump.sh ( https://pastebin.com/raw/X3qQNRX0 ) - and then this sdlbasic script, mod2hexdump.sdlbas ( https://pastebin.com/raw/5KxZ1FNA ) - the result is something like this ( https://pastebin.com/raw/7p0BfkuM ), which can be converted back to .mod and played with a bash script like this, play.sh ( https://pastebin.com/raw/dFW251x7 ) - this experience were made on GNU/Linux (Ubuntu 20.04), running bash and sdlbasic, perhaps might work on other operating systems after some adaptations and recoding - what do you all think about this?
 
 

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