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    psp [Update] Modo - ultra simple mod player (release 3 - August 12)

    Hello all

    I have updated "Modo", a mod player for the PSP.
    This is the version from August 12 (release 3).

    The list of changes are:
    • improved playback, especially MED
    • added Pause function, press 'Select' to (un)pause module
    • problem with directory browser fixed (showing ".." not always on top)
    • fixed problem with sleep timer (after suspend it was not possible to use it again)
    • mod files are no longer checked by their extensions in the directory browser. Instead they are scanned for a valid format. That means you do not have to rename your mod files. If you have one like "MOD.my_old_amiga_tun e", you can simply put it in a directory and it will be recognized by the player.
    • added 222Mhz and a second 166Mhz mode (see readme for details)
    • removed fadeout at end of song


    Download URL: Updated Modo - 12 August

    Thanks to all users in this forum who reported problems and helped to improve it.


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    Best MOD player for PSP

    wishes.... SID format :> and MP3,WAV,OGG,FLAC XD
    if only it could be possible merge MODO with LIGHT MP3 Player for PSP

    a last picture... hmm poor man you said? poor man with psp is a rich man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert de Clair View Post
    wishes.... SID format :> and MP3,WAV,OGG,FLAC XD
    if only it could be possible merge MODO with LIGHT MP3 Player for PSP
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    cool news. hope it will play sid later. then i will download it and use it on my psp

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    I hope you can emulate other sound chipsets as well. (e.g. NSF, SPC, GYM, etc.) Does this support .IT and .S3M, though?

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