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667 Format
 

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  1. Information about the 667 format
  2. Restrictions on submitting a 667 module
  3. Effects used for the 667 format
  4. Tools and Trackers used for the 667 format
  5. Accepted file format
  6. Playback (for voting)
  7. See also
This is a file format, not a battle format. Despite the article's implications, there is currently no battle format to which Composer 667 modules can be entered.

Information about the 667 format




The 667 format, also known as the former pc tracker format that uses Ad Lib; it consist of a tracker that uses the YM3812 sound chip to create music using up to 9 channels, It was created by Tran [a.k.a. Tomasz Pytel] of Renaissance on 1992, and were later replaced by his Composer 669, one which also dropped Ad Lib's support for the use samples instead.

Restrictions on submitting a 667 module




The file can be 128 patterns long at most, with a maximum of 64 rows each one.


Effects used for the 667 format




0xy - Arpeggio
1xx - Freq. Slide up
2xx - Freq. Slide down
3xx - Tone Portamento
4xy - Vibrato
5xy - 3xx + Vol Slide
6xy - 4xy + Vol Slide
7xx & 8xx - Fine Freq. Slide up/down, respectively
9xx - Set modulator volume (Goes up to 3F, dec. 63)
Axy - Volume Slide
Bxx - Position Jump
Cxx - Set Volume (Goes up to 3F, dec. 63)
Dxx - Pattern Break
Exx - Set Tempo
Fxx - Set Speed
Gxy - 3xx + Fine Vol. Slide
Hxy - 4xy + Fine Vol. Slide
Ixx - Set carrier vol.
Jxx - Set waveform
Kxy - Fine vol. slide
Lxx - Retrig. Note
Mxy - Tremolo
Nxy - Tremor
Oxy - 0xy + Vol. Slide
Pxy - 0xy + Fine Vol. Slide
Qxy - Multi Retrigger Note


Tools and Trackers used for the 667 format




- Composer 667 for MS-DOS operative systems


Accepted file format




.667


Playback (for voting)




- Composer 667 for MS-DOS operative systems

- foobar2000 (Windows)

- Droidsound-E (Enhanced version) (Android)


See also




- Tracker

- Demo Scene

 
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