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SID (6581/8580)Monophono

Author: flag Mahoney (Pex Tufvesson) GroupVisa Röster

Uploaded By: flagfranz_opa

Song Length: 4:25
Release Year: 2013
Song Status: Active *
Song Bitrate: 128 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Compo Entry
Song Platform: PlatformSID (6581/8580)

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#1 at Datastorm 2013 music compo

Last Queued : 1 week, 3 days ago

This song has been played 53 times. [See Request History]
It was added 9 years ago.

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Steadily at the low level

sidplayer 2.0 & VLC both failed to play this file




franz_koopa, that's because this is too awesome for emus.

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From Rolf Bakke's Youtube video:

I recently learned that proper 8-bit sample playback is possible on the C64. It is done as follows:

-set and then clear the test bit, this clears the phase accumulator.
-Put your 8 bit value into the high byte of the frequency register, this makes the accumulator increase with a rate proportional with the value of your 8 bit value.
-wait a constant time.
-Clear frequency register, this stops the oscillator. Now the value of the accumulator is proportional to the 8 bit value.
-Select the saw tooth waveform, now the upper 12 bits of the 24 bit accumulator is connected to the 12 D/A converter and output as an analog voltage proportional to the 8 bit value. -Disable waveform, now the D/A converter is disconnected and its 12 bit input is left open. Due to capacitance in the input stage of the D/A converter the 12 bit value persist for at least a second, so the output voltage will hold until the input is changed again.
-repeat with next sample.

When I faded away from the C64 scene I thought everything possible was done.

I am well and truly flabbergasted!

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