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Description: Streaming mod file from aminet,, modlan
Download: modexplorer.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 7Mb
Version: 2
Date: 12 Nov 19
Author: Joerg Renkert
Submitter: salvatore abbate
Requirements: aiss, codeset, muiroyale, mcc_thebar
Category: audio/play
Replaces: audio/play/modexplorer.i386-aros.lha
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1996
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
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As the Name already implies, ModExplorer was made to explore the world of music
Therefore, the philosophy behind ModExplorer is not to be just another
audioplayer, to listen to your musicarchives. There are really enough tools for
this purpuse, and they do their job very well!
ModExplorer goes a step beyond and provides you with mods, you've never heard
before. To do so, ModExplorer downloads modules from the web randomly and plays
them for you. Also these mods won't be saved permanently. ModExplorer will
create a playlist instead, which contains internetlinks to those musikfiles. So
You can replay them lateron. 

Since V 2.0 - Nerdy Edition, ModExplorer not only plays modules, but also
attacks you with the well known SID songs from the C64.
At all there are more than 125000 Songs to explore now! 

The GUI of modexplorer uses MUI, which adapts perfectly to your desktop
It was designed to meet the needs of the users. So, for example you can
individually hide different parts of the GUI to get your best

Further functions of ModExplorer for example is an extensive ARexx-Port, which
lets you control ModExplorer throughout other tools. 
Apart from basic playerfunctions you can save modules, create playlists for
AmigaAMP and much more. Some example scripts are included inside the archive. 

I wish you much fun while exploring the world of modules! 

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