Fasttracker 2 Extended Pattern
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What is an XP file?
An XP file is a song pattern created by the Starbreeze Studios Fasttracker 2, an audio tracker for MS-DOS. It stores a pattern, which consists of multiple rows (64 by default and 1,024 maximum) divided into columns configuring aspects of the note (instrument used, volume setting, effects, etc.). Fasttracker 2 users can arrange patterns in XP files with other patterns to create a complete song, or .XM module.
Fasttracker 2, or Fasttracker II, is an audio tracker designed for creating music. You can arrange patterns (stored in XP files) along a master timeline to create a sequence that makes up a song.
Starbreeze Studios is a Swedish start-up that developed and released Fasttracker 2 in November 1994. The company developed the software through version 2.08, releasing it in August 1997.
How to open an XP file
You can open an XP file with Starbreeze Studios Fasttracker in Windows.
Programs that open XP files
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Game file used by XPilot, an older 2D space fighting game; saved in a plain text format and saves the map features and obstacles as a 2D grid; also saves gameplay properties for the map.