Files with xm suffix are in most cases audio modules that have been created and saved in the FastTracker 2 program.

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XM file extension - FastTracker 2 instrument module

What is xm file? How to open xm files?

File type specification:

Audio and sound file type icon Audio and sound file type

xm file icon: xm filetype icon

File extension xm seems to be mainly used for a special audio format from FastTracker 2. The program is no longer developed, but the format is still supported by many current MOD players.

A .xm file represents audio stored in 8 / 16-bits, mono sound format. It uses MIDI data and sound samples to compose songs. It is similar to a .S3M or .MOD file, but is saved in the Fasttracker format.

MIME types:

audio/x-mod
Mime: audio/xm

Help how to open XM files:

Several media players should be capable of playback of .xm files. Use Awave Studio if you need to edit .xm files.

How to convert file with extension XM:

Most audio samples can be converted to other format in suitable programs.

List of recommended software applications associated to the .xm file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, Mac OS X etc.) and possible program actions
that can be done with the file
: like open xm file, edit xm file, convert xm file, view xm file, play xm file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).

  • Play xm file

xm file players - programs that can play xm file - FastTracker 2 instrument module

Click on the link to get more information about listed programs for play xm file action.

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