Time Trackers - Netflix
An action-packed tale of three teenagers - one from the future, one from the present day, and one from the prehistoric past - who are on a time travelling mission to combat time-viruses that could destroy the world's greatest inventions. From pacemakers to shoelaces, the teens' mission is to make sure the inventions are re-invented within 24 hours - before history is changed forever.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Time Trackers - Music tracker - Netflix
A music tracker (short version tracker) is a type of music sequencer software for creating music. The music is represented as discrete musical notes positioned in several channels at discrete chronological positions on a vertical timeline. A music tracker's user interface is usually number based. Notes, parameter changes, effects and other commands are entered with the keyboard into a grid of fixed time slots as codes consisting of letters, numbers and hexadecimal digits. Separate patterns have independent timelines; a complete song consists of a master list of repeated patterns. Later trackers departed from solely using module files, adding other options both to the sound synthesis (hosting generic synthesizers and effects or MIDI output) and to the sequencing (MIDI input and recording), effectively becoming general purpose sequencers with a different user interface. Music trackers like DefleMask and FamiTracker are commonly used to create chiptunes.
Time Trackers - 2010s: Current state - Netflix
In 2010, Modplug Tracker (OpenMPT) and Renoise were two of the most popular and actively developed trackers. Four new trackers, Aodix, Buzé, Radium, and SVArTracker, had extended the tracker concept with new features such as piano roll, tickless events, and graphical automation. The development of Jeskola Buzz was resumed and regularly updated until January 2016. In 2011, DefleMask was released, a multi-system chipmusic tracker, supporting SEGA Genesis, SEGA Master System, Nintendo Game Boy, Yamaha's SMAF, among other systems. Sonant Live and Bassoontracker are two trackers running in the web browser. Adlib Tracker II has been steadily updated and has become open source. Trackers have also appeared as plugins for other DAWs. Two examples of this are ReViSiT which can serve as a general purpose VSTi and the open-source Hackey-Trackey which serves as a plugin for REAPER.
Time Trackers - References - Netflix