Convert MOD Music to any format supported by CDMaster32. With CDMaster32 you can burn an AudioCD from MOD files or convert any MOD file to WAV, MP3, or Vorbis (OGG) formats.
A MOD is the short term for a Module (or Tracker) file and is a general term for many different types of files made popular in the late 1980's on the Amiga and Atari home computers. According to firstname.lastname@example.org:
"Modules are digital music files, made up of a set of samples (the instruments) and sequencing information, telling a mod player when to play which sample on which track at what pitch, optionally performing an effect like vibrato, for example. Thus mods are different from pure sample files such as WAV, which contain no sequencing information. Mods are extremely popular in the demo world and offer a way of making music of an acceptable level of quality rather cheaply. With the advent of high-quality sound hardware, new generations of mods may even rise to a sound quality nearing that of professional equipment. Mods' sequencing information is based on patterns and tracks. A pattern is a group of tracks with a certain length... The tracks are independent of each other, meaning that a four track mod can play four voices or notes simultaneously. The patterns can be sequenced in a playlist, so that repeating the same sequence of patterns doesn't require rewriting of them." -- http://www.modplug.com/modfaq/1-2.html
The following information was taken from the MikMod sound library documentation at docs\mikmod.html
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