Nicolas Welte wrote: > I remember that there was once a register description of this FM chip > inside the Sound Expander in an old 64'er issue. I tried to find it this > weekend, but failed. I only found a test report about that thing. Maybe OK, I tried harder and was successful, at last. But I have no possibility to scan in these articles (except with my 10 year old b/w handyscanner). But here are the references, maybe someone else here has these issues _and_ a scanner. 64'er 6/86 p.27 first test of the Sound Expander 3/87 p.14 announcement of new, improved sound editor software 12/87 p.21 small pictures of Sound Expander and Sound Sampler 3/88 p.78 register description of the FM chip, obtained by examining the code of the FM editor software. The registers of the FM chip are accessed in a way very similar to the C128 VDC chip, by an indirect address and a data register. Internally, the chip has 256 registers, but not all are used. There are 12 sets of registers, one for each voice, but 3 of them map to voices 0-2, so there are only 9 voices on the chip. I guess I can scan at least that register map and send it to someone, perhaps to comp.binaries.cbm? Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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