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Nitrotracker v0.4 ----------------- by 0xtob ^ 0x80 -- About NitroTracker is a FastTracker II style tracker for the Nintendo DS. If you didn't understand that, you might want to read up on trackers. For starters, NitroTracker is a versatile tool for creating music - everywhere! It supports the popular XM file format that is used by many PC trackers and that can be played on many PC audio players such as Winamp or XMMS. -- Installation Patch NitroTracker.nds with the DLDI patch for your card. (Please refer to the documentation for more info on this.) Then, copy NitroTracker and some music and samples to any folder of your memory card and start tracking! -- Documentation You will probably need it. It's on the ... -- Homepage and Forum http://nitrotracker.tobw.net http://modarchive.org/forums/index.php?board=79.0 -- I want *you* for NitroTracker! What you can do: Beta test! Beta testers get access to early versions of the tracker in exchange for constructive criticism. If you want to be a beta tester, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Find bugs and request features! Bug reports and feature requests are collected here: http://code.google.com/p/nitrotracker/issues/list If you have something that isn't already on that list, feel free to add it. Become a NitroTracker developer! The source and all the info on how to get started is here: http://code.google.com/p/nitrotracker/ If you want to contribute a patch or even become a regular developer, just drop an e-mail to email@example.com . -- Contact Get in touch with other NitroTracker users in the official The NitroTracker Forum (see above). You can also directly contact me via: * IRC: #nitrotracker on Espernet or #dsdev on Blitzed (look for _0xtob) * e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org -- Thanks There is quite a bunch of people that made the development of this project possible or easier. First of all, a huge thank you to the NitroTracker beta testers, for providing tons of ideas and helping me find even the most obscure bugs: alienspurm, andars, atomtwist, Biiaru, chrislody, grobsen, Ignatzthemouse, infradead, Jono-60, license, lotlemmwax, nitro2k01, nonfinite, parkstenator, reSet, Shagbat, silent_code, spielor, totoee, Vengeful Parasite, willgripp NitroTracker is built on the hard work of a lot of people who work on DS homebrew mostly in their spare time. This list is by nomeans comprehensive, so please don't sue me if you are missing your name here :-) * joat, dovoto and WinterMute for libnds and DevkitPro * chishm for the universal FAT library * sgstair for the incredible wifi lib * Headspin for the great on-screen typewriter design * doublec for his ds development tutorials that got me started with DS coding * Martin Korth for the incredible gbatek reference and the no$gba emulator * My friends in #dsdev for patiently answering my questions * starpause for providing the samples used in the tutorial * Michael Krause for the open source SoundTracker, that was a great help with the XM format * Last but not least: Vogue and Mr.H of Triton for Fasttracker II, the tracker that NitroTracker was designed after.