Hello! There's any tracker for Playstation 2? Not Music 2000, im looking for a tracker. Thanx in advance heart

No, not to my knowledge and I doubt that there is or will be. The PS2 doesn't have unique sound hardware that makes it particularly interesting as a tracker platform. I suggest checking out Little GP Tracker and run it on a PSP - should be close enough. smile

Last edited by _-_- (Sep 18, 2017 6:59 pm)

Yes, i got LGPT but i was looking for something in PS2, Thanks _-_-

Get MTV music generator. You can add your own samples via cd and save em to memory cards.

Last edited by herr_prof (Sep 18, 2017 10:23 pm)

herr_prof wrote:

Get MTV music generator. You can add your own samples via cd and save em to memory cards.

I second this. I think this was my first tracker that I ever used as a kid. It was fun to mess around with even though I never used more than just the preset riffs.

A bunch of grime artists started out on this, and this was made with it!
https://jimguthrie.bandcamp.com/album/s … ace-babies

_-_- wrote:

No, not to my knowledge and I doubt that there is or will be. The PS2 doesn't have unique sound hardware that makes it particularly interesting as a tracker platform. I suggest checking out Little GP Tracker and run it on a PSP - should be close enough. smile

I know the OP is looking for something on PS2, which probably doesn't exist, but for PSP there is also Picoloop, which is great:

https://github.com/yoyz/picoloop

herr_prof wrote:

A bunch of grime artists started out on this, and this was made with it!
https://jimguthrie.bandcamp.com/album/s … ace-babies

\m/ \m/

On PS2, you should try Funkmaster Flex's Digital Hitz Factory. Ignore the awful name, it's just the American rebranding of Music 3000 (which is actually different from MTV Music Generator 3, but that's a whole other story). Once you get used to the controls it's actually a half decent music production platform. Way more fully featured than any of the previous installments, and instead of having to rip samples from CDs, you can use the USB audio interface to sample any kind of sound source. Back in the day it was kind of limited because all the samples had to fit on an 8MB memory card, but if you snag one of those huge third party memory cards you'll have way more room to work with.

Unlike previous installments of MTV:MG, you can choose to have the timeline scroll from left to right, or if you like the tracker aesthetic, top to bottom. Give it a shot! I never owned it but I played it at a friend's house.

Last edited by Chandy (Nov 28, 2017 9:45 pm)

sandneil wrote:
herr_prof wrote:

A bunch of grime artists started out on this, and this was made with it!
https://jimguthrie.bandcamp.com/album/s … ace-babies

\m/ \m/

NOPE Pulse X was made in ReBirth smile There used to be a video of Youngstarr (with a maddeningly dirty mouse) showing how it was made, but i cant find it any mor e sad

Last edited by Cementimental (Nov 28, 2017 9:57 pm)