libmodplug in Android
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Thanks for your support!
libmodplug is a public domain music player library generously donated by Olivier Lapicque, the author of the ModPlug tracker, and currently maintained by Konstanty. It can play many tracker file formats (MOD, XM, IT etc.) and it's a great way to add music to your Android game or app with good sound quality, but moderate file size.
AndModPlug is my port of this awesome MOD player library to Android. I'm an amateur musician and tracker fan from back in the Amiga days, used tracker music in my DS homebrew roguelike game (PAlib, libnds) and have now released three indie games in the Android Market using AndModPlug: RGBbot, Voyage to Farland, and most recently Microchip Monsters.
I've also put a demo app out on the Android Market to show some of the tricks AndModPlug can do - check it out!
Let's get started playing with AndModPlug
Here are some options depending on how deep you want to get into AndModPlug:
Why should you care about tracker music as a developer?
Because it can reduce the size of your soundtrack by a factor of 10. See the Soundtracks page for an example of this - an Android apk that uses libmodplug to play the full soundtracks of my games Voyage to Farland and RGBbot! (44 songs in 1.2MB)
Thank you to all the supporters of AndModPlug!
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