OPL3 synth/drum machine/thingie focused on live jamming for DOS.
Tested only with DJGPP and a PC with a Sound Blaster-compatible soundcard.
- Install a DPMI server if you don't have one. See here for instructions.
- Go to releases tab to download binaries.
- Unzip and run FMTRIBE.EXE.
- Have fun!
F5: Play / pause
F7: Stop after bar (2 times, stop immeadiately)
F9: Tap tempo
F9: Toggle metronome
F10: Toggle "follow cursor"
Left: Move to previous frame
Right: Move to next frame
Up: Move to previous channel
Down: Move to next channel
Del: Clear pattern for current channel
Del: Clear pattern for all channels
Tab: Switch instrument editor for the current channel
M: Toggle "apply step changes to all frames"
P: Toggle "play channel instrument"
Z: Toggle "record steps"
Alt+ Number: Mute/unmute channel
To toggle a step in the pattern of the 16-step sequencer, use the keys:
Q W E R T Y U I A S D F G H J K
To select one of the eight channels, use keys 1 through 8.
You can mute a channel anytime using
Alt + NumberKey.
Alt + StepKey to define microsteps (upto 3 for now).
To customize the parameters of an instrument, press the Tab key, select a field and change its value. The parameters will update automatically if the step sequencer is playing.
Right: Increase/decrease value for the current field
Down: Move between parameter fields
Also, you can still change channels with the numbers from the instrument editor.
To change the base note of the instrument, use the keys:
W E T Y U A S D F G H J
as in a keyboard of one octave. To change the base octave, use
To tinker with the source code, you need to install DJGPP and its C compiler. Follow the instructions here.