after all those years..

To complete the set of chipmusic emulators, here my WebAudio version of SC68 – an AtariST  music emulator (that plays files like *.sc68 or *.sndh).

SC68Eventough I had done some programming on the MegaST 4 back in the 90ies, I have to admit that at the time I had not realized that the machine had anything resembling a sound chip. Those were the days of 68k assembler, DSP machine code and GFA-Basic.. and we were just doing a Paintbox software for the “CHILI” framegrabber and realtime video-effects extension card… 🙂

But it seems the ST not only did have a MIDI interface but also a built-in sound chip…

Thanks to Photon Storm for sponsoring this little project.

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Posted on September 29, 2014, in C, Chiptune, Emscripten, HW emulation, SNDH, Web programming, WebAudio. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. hmm You should try making one for The ZX Spectrum – AY / VTX music, not many players let alone web. ZXTune is a wonderful library http://zxtune.bitbucket.org/

  2. After listening to some of the sample music I changed my mind.. and gave it a try. (see my latest post)

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