Howard Herman wrote: > > As has already been noted, the sound chip was different. As a result it > played considerably quieter than the chip on the flat C128. This seemed > to effect all the older sound programs. As I recall it, it was shortly > after the C128D was introduced that programmers learned some routine to > modify programs, so that there was no longer any issue about differences > in sound volume. oh! As I recall one music programmer complained that his compositions sounded completely different if played on a flat C128, as compared to a C128D. Not just volume. But apparatanly the instrumentaion, and other basic sound features. I never tried to duplicate this, as I was not into listening to SID music. -- ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ / //_/ // / // / //_/ // Howard Herman / ___ // / //___ / ___ // email@example.com /_// /_// /_____// /_// /_// - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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