XM

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Extended Module
XM.png
Developer: Triton
Header: Custom
Content: Notational
Instruments: Internal
Target Output
Output - Digital Audio.png Output - MIDI - No.png Output - FM Synthesis - No.png Output - PSG - No.png
Released: 1994-11-??
Extensions
  • *.xm
  • *.xmz

Extended Module (XM) is based off the original module format, but with greater functionality like multi-sampling-capable instruments and basic sample compression. The format debuted with Triton's Fasttracker II. Extended Module files have an *.xm extension, but if the file is compressed it will have the extension *.xmz.

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Converters

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XM to ?

? to XM

Games

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Released Title Sample
1998-??-?? California Speed (N64) Converted to N64 sound engine
2002-05-09 Soldat (W32)
2003-08-14 Seiklus (W32)
2004-02-29 Machines of Destruction (W32)

How to Obtain

XM files usually have to be extracted from a game's resource files, although they're sometimes left as is.

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