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XI (FastTrackerII) Instrument File Format, Anyone???

edocecrousedocecrous Member Posts: 49
Hi!
I'm converting XM files to MOD files, and in the process, the original sample's base frequency gets messed up...

So, i need the .XI fileformat information, like what's in offset zzz and so on...

Please if you know where to find it, let me know....

Edocecrous

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  • mike.jmike.j Member Posts: 1
    : Hi!
    : I'm converting XM files to MOD files, and in the process, the original sample's base frequency gets messed up...
    :
    : So, i need the .XI fileformat information, like what's in offset zzz and so on...
    :
    : Please if you know where to find it, let me know....
    :
    : Edocecrous
    :
    :

    I know this is an oldtimer message, but...
    If im not misstaking its the same as the instrument "chunks" in xm format.

  • edocecrousedocecrous Member Posts: 49
    I'll check that out! Thanx alot!

    Edocecrous.

    ps.:Looking for musicians/graphicians/additional programming
    http://www.mynergy.com
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