OpenMPT is a popular tracker software for Windows.
OpenMPT (short hand for Open ModPlug Tracker) is completely free and allows you to create and play back some great music on your computer.
Based on the original ModPlug Tracker written by Olivier Lapicque, OpenMPT is free software, can import a wide variety of module formats and offers an intuitive, native GUI as well as advanced features such as VST plugins and ASIO output. In addition to its own song format, OpenMPT can natively edit Impulse Tracker, FastTracker, Scream Tracker and ProTracker module files. Read more about it on the features page!
libopenmpt is a cross-platform C++ and C module playback library. It is based on the player code of the Open ModPlug Tracker project. It offers high-quality module playback on a variety of platforms.
It's been one and a half years since the initial release of OpenMPT 1.29, and in the meantime we have provided many updates to make it more stable and add a few new features and improve details.
Now we are finally ready to present the first release of OpenMPT 1.30. It took us way longer than expected, but the great number of improvements and new features was hopefully worth the wait.
Here is a short summary of the most notable new features:
As a number of bugs was found and fixed during the last few weeks, we decided to
release one last update to OpenMPT 1.29
to address various minor issues and annoyances. In addition, this is the first
fully code-signed OpenMPT release thanks to a generous donation by an OpenMPT user.
This avoids annoying warnings when running untrusted applications downloaded
from the internet in modern Windows versions.
All that being said, we are still on track for finally releasing OpenMPT 1.30 later this month.
If you are curious what's new, you can have a look at the release candidate thread on our forums.
Here are the most important changes of this update: