You don’t even need to do that; just allow uploading them to the site. (The client can already play these formats and I’ve tested this)
I’d totally be down for allowing tracker formats though. MIDI may be a little harder since ROBLOX would have to write their own synthesizer (to make sure it’s always the same across platforms) but otherwise this would be an easy change.
Well MIDI is the one I care least about since, at least the last time I used MIDI in 1999, there is no standard sound sample palette across systems. I only included it because it is by far the most popular format and the easiest to find.
Yeah. MOD/XM is probably the most popular tracker format, followed by IT and then S3M - but there are a few others.
If I were to prioritise one, it would probably be XM because it’s pretty well-featured and can do a lot of the stuff that most of the other formats can. That, and I’d be able to upload a bunch of stuff:
MIDI is still widely used today, Logic Pro X uses MIDI as a core element and that’s a really recent program. I work with MIDI’s a lot and they are by no means outdated. There are even various places to buy MIDI’s for you to play with or use