Quadra Composer Module
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What is an EMOD file?
An EMOD file is an audio module created by Quadra Composer, a discontinued music tracker. It contains data that defines a song's notes, channels, patterns, and other data. While Quadra Composer is no longer available, you can play the song an EMOD file contains with some Amiga audio emulators.
Quadra Composer was a music tracker developed by Bo Lincoln and released for Amiga computers in 1993. It allowed users to create chiptune music for use in video games and audio/visual demonstrations.
The music that users created with Quadra Composer was saved as EMOD files. Each EMOD file specified the notes a song contained, the instrument samples used to play those notes, and various song metadata.
How to open an EMOD file
You can open an EMOD file, and play the song it describes, with various Amiga audio emulators, including:
- DeliPlayer (Windows)
- Unix Amiga Delitracker Emulator (UADE) (Linux)
- Extended Module Player (XMP) (Linux)