FastTracker II Music by MSK

Morten Sigaard Kristensen, mostly known as MSK in the European C64 demo scene, also made a handful of FastTracker II tunes in the end of the 90’s.

FastTracker II was a popular DOS tracker in the 90’s that used the proprietary XM file format. It employed samples as instruments, played with alphanumeric notes in patterns of typically 64 rows each. Up to 32 channels were possible. I have converted the original XM music to stereo MP3 for easy listening here.

Broken Waves
1998 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Demo Tune Example
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Double Cross
1999 Torben Hansen and Morten Sigaard Kristensen
Cooperation between Metal and MSK. Made for the competition The Trackering #34.

End Part
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Farmor
1997 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Fiction X
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

The Freak / Suppe
1998 Morten Sigaard Kristensen
There’s an interesting change at 1:47.

Grifle
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Isaak
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

The Kicksnare Song
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Lack of Negligency
1998 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Listen to Static
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Little Ode to Tim Follin
1997 Morten Sigaard Kristensen
Check out the cute part starting at 0:40.

Malefunctions
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Monotype
1997 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Myrts
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Ni! / Vild Snare?
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Peppi’s Pop ’98
1998 Morten Sigaard Kristensen
Remix of the C64 tune “Peppi’s Pop” by Drax.

Push The Feeling On
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Spoon Pop
1995 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Tystys
1997 Morten Sigaard Kristensen

Download as XM files for FastTracker II: FT2_XM_MSK.zip (9,3 MB)

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