Release Notes: This release fixes an array initialization in the IT loader. It also contains refactored and optimized code, and it can now be built using Visual C.
Release Notes: This release fixes XM and IT envelope resets, fixes IT portamento after note cut events, and refactors the virtual channel code.
Release Notes: This release fixes limit checking when downmixing to unsigned samples. It also fixes Multitracker fine tuning, adds Graoumf Tracker linear volume effects, and fixes memory leaks when loading corrupted module files.
Release Notes: This release improves precision in portamento effects and implements the XM "set envelope position" effect. It also addresses build issues in Mac OS X, Solaris, and Haiku.
Release Notes: This release adds a function to play fixed-size buffers to the API, improves precision of the IT lowpass filter, and contains bugfixes for simultaneous volume up and down, IT envelopes with no envelope points, Amusic module loading, and MED pitch slides, portamento, and pattern reading. Build issues were addressed for Cygwin and MinGW, and a buffer overflow was fixed in the MASI loader.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in IT effects including volume column slide to note, pan setting, vibrato depth adjustments, portamento after fadeout, panbrello waveform setting, tremolo depth, and random waveform.
Release Notes: This release adds module quirks for well-known cases and a built-in zoo depacker. Bugs in IT pan effects, MED BPM tempo setting, global volume slides, and bidirectional sample loops have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release improves IT replaying by implementing missing features such as volume column vibrato, a pattern row delay effect, and the fine global volume slide effect. Bugs in IT instrument vibrato, virtual channel volumes, past note effects, and note fading have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes licensing issues and has documentation updates.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of libxmp. It has many improvements over the xmp 3.5 module playing engine, including extensive code refactoring, improved IT support, better sound quality, more built-in decompressors, and many bugfixes.