ANA-MP is a player for music files (modules) in the .MOD, .XM, and .S3M formats. It runs on any platform with a Java 1.3 implementation, and can be used as a library for playing music in games or demos.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release makes the player API much easier to use and understand. Several simple code examples of how to create command line or applet based module players have been added.
Release Notes: Better looking command line output, fake ASCII scopes, the ability to load an applet from a URL (enabling applets), stability fixes, various S3M fixes, key-off handling in XMs, multi-sample XM instruments, and clipping instead of overflowing when amplification is turned up too much.
Release Notes: This release supports loading of XMs with more than one sample per instrument. An ugly mixer bug that caused the left and right channel to be slightly out of sync was fixed. This version no longer crashes if an undefined instrument is played or if effects are applied to an undefined instrument.
Release Notes: This release adds initial S3M (ScreamTracker 3) support. Several effects and format variations are still not supported, but most S3Ms play reasonably well.