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* [[ModPlug Player]] - Windows (problems with tempo)
 
* [[ModPlug Player]] - Windows (problems with tempo)
 
* [[ModPlug Tracker]] - Windows (problems with tempo)
 
* [[ModPlug Tracker]] - Windows (problems with tempo)
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==Converters==
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<div style="float:right;">([[:Category: DSM Converters|Category]])</div>
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===DSM to ?===
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* [[Camoto]] - Linux/Windows - {{Camoto/FormatList|type=song|dir=write}}
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===? to DSM===
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* [[Camoto]] - Linux/Windows - {{Camoto/FormatList|type=song|dir=read}}
  
  

Revision as of 01:24, 1 February 2015

Digital Sound Interface Kit Module Format
DSM.png
Developer: Carlos Hasan
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-??-??
Extensions
  • *.dsm

Digital Sound Interface Kit Module Format (DSM) is a module file created for the Digital Sound Interface Kit software development kit. Developers needed to convert modules from MOD, STM, 669, S3M, or MTM formats into the DSM format. The SDK included a convertor program. Once in DSM format, developers could play the music in their program using the DSIK software library.


Players

(Category)


Converters

(Category)

DSM to ?

? to DSM


Games

(Category)


Released&#x000D;

Title&#x000D;

Sample

1994-??-?? Columns (DOS)
1995-??-?? Trugg (DOS)
1996-??-?? Cyril Cyberpunk (DOS)


Technical

The format uses an incorrectly formatted RIFF header. Further details can be found in the Modding Wiki link.


Links