First post, by 1ST1
I have a large collection of MOD files (maybe 60 GB). Last night I tryed to play some on my 386-33 with SB-Pro, but I was not quite satisfied with the mod players I took from my backup of my last DOS-PC in the 1990's.
I tryed Grind (by @Trixter, still active in vcfed.org forum, here I don't know) and I tryed Inertia Player (iplay.exe). Both don't support all kinds of mod file formats I have (669, ahx, far, hvl, it, med, mmd, mnd, mo3, mod, mol, mtm, nst, oct, okt, rr, s3m, smp, stm, xm, xpl) , but even if they can load and play, the modfiles often sound strange as some voices/instruments are not well played as they are not noisy enough, so some of the mod files are like unrecogniceable when compared the the also MS-DOS based X-Tracker 2 or some mod players on Amiga and Atari (STE, TT, Falcon) and even Winamp plays these mod files correct. But not Grind and Inertia. As I told, X-Tracker 2 is much better here, it plays the modfiles correctly as long as it suppors the mod file format.
So which one to use? Is there any with playlist support or with the function of playing all songs in a folder (in a random order) which plays the files correctly?