DigiBooster 3 is a music tracker. Its history has roots in ancient times of Amiga. Amiga was the first popular
computer having stereo PCM audio output. Then it had a potential to be used as a device for making music. This potential has been fully exploited.
The Ultimate Soundtracker was the first in 1987. NoiseTracker was the second in 1989. ProTracker had beat'em up in 1991. Amiga was getting faster
processors. Multichannel software mixing was a logical step forward. Tomasz and Waldemar Piasta have done this step in 1998 creating DigiBooster
Pro 2. It has been later bought by APC&TCP. Development stalled after version 2.21, but has been ressurected in 2007 by APC&TCP in cooperation with
Grzegorz Kraszewski. It has been decided that DigiBooster 3 will be rewritten from scratch in C. Now, after 4 years of development, DigiBooster 3 reached
public beta stage.
DigiBooster 3 Screenshots and Images
Last updated: 30-th of December 2011
DigiBooster 3 beta 22 on MorphOS 2.7. Default GUI theme. Fullscreen mode. Pattern editor (left), sample editor (right).
DigiBooster 3 beta 22 on AmigaOS 4.1. Default GUI theme for unregistered MUI. Windowed mode. Pattern editor (left), sample editor (right).
DigiBooster 3 beta 22 on AmigaOS 3.1 running in WinUAE. Resolution 1440 × 1050. Default graphics theme for Amigas with graphics card. As above,
pattern editor on the left, sample editor on the right.
The program running on AGA screen, MultiScan Productivity, 640 × 480, with 8 colors and MagicWB palette ("AGA MagicWB" theme).