Discussion in 'Offtopic Discussions' started by Eight Bit, Sep 12, 2017.
today was a mark-cooksey-sid-day for me. paperboy, 1942, ghosts'n goblins... woohoo!
I've been mostly listening to AY3-8910 music myself. There's some stonking stuff out there, which is a surprise given how poor most Atari ST software using that chip sounds. I guess running two or three channel arpeggiators and other PWM bits and pieces at the same time was largely beyond the 68k chip, and you need something with a bit more oomph to handle all of that and not drop a semi-demi-quaver.
Daym, I played a lot of games he did the music for... Bomb Jack, Cataball, GnG, Paperboy, Space Harrier, Salamander & more.. I never realized he did all those tunes.. N1 rSl!
Title Jan Hammer
Author Geir Tjelta
Released 2006 SHAPE/Blues Muz'
nice little loop that sounds awesome on my bassy active-speakers.
spreads a cooling vibe which is verry welcome given these high summer temps right now!
Our much beloved chip is now an ieee hall of fame member too!
Oh, you mean the SID chip. I thought for a second you were referring to user @Chip.
next year it's him!
Do they have a hall of shame? If so, I'm a shoe-in.
cool 8sid tune!
the next ultimate64 firmware will feature 8 fpga-generated sid-chips.
Wow. And the demo says "12" voices, but we all know that the SID has a 4th voice and maybe you can drive digital clicks too for dual Stereo samples? sweet!
edit: watching the rest of Evoke 2019!
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