A light-weight flash app for "streaming" chiptune in your browser
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README.txt

README.txt

BitPlayerWeb
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http://ohmnivore.elementfx.com/273/bitplayerweb/#.UtGewJ5dXNI

This is a flash application that 
allows "streaming" of chiptune music
from URLs in-browser. Note that it's
not actual streaming. In fact the
entire file is downloaded, but thanks
to the ridiculously small size of
old tracker music the delay is 
meaningless. Originally built as an
alternative to ModArchive's JMOD player.

http://modarchive.org/index.php

Can "stream":
FastTracker II XM PC + DigiBooster Pro 2.18 detection
The Ultimate Soundtracker (Karsten Obarski)
DOC Soundtracker 9, DOC Soundtracker 2.0
Master Soundtracker
Soundtracker 2.3, Soundtracker 2.5
NoiseTracker 1.0, NoiseTracker 1.1, NoiseTracker 2.0
His Master’s NoiseTracker
ProTracker 1.0, ProTracker 1.1, ProTracker 1.2
SoundFX 1.0, SoundFX 1.8, SoundFX 1.9, SoundFX 2.0
FutureComposer 1.0, FutureComposer 1.2, FutureComposer 1.3, FutureComposer 1.4
SidMON
SidMON II
Brian Postma's SoundMon 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0
DeltaMusic 1.0
DeltaMusic 2.0, Delta Music 2.2
Digital Mugician
Digital Mugician 7 Voices
David Whittaker
FredEd
Jochen Hippel (regular and COSO formats, 4 voices only)
Rob Hubbard

It's built using:
Feathers UI
Starling
BulkLoader
...and most importantly
Flod by Christian Corti

As a result this project is 
open-source as well. (GPLv3)
Well no. Flod has a CC
Attribution Non-commercial
Share-alike license. So, Flod
is not GPLv3. Anything that
has to do with my code is, I guess.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html

https://github.com/photonstorm/Flod
https://github.com/joshtynjala/feathers
https://github.com/PrimaryFeather/Starling-Framework
https://github.com/arthur-debert/BulkLoader