From: Grůsz Attila (gyros_at_freemail.hu)
Date: 2005-10-21 21:36:27
Funny! I once heard a rather funky VIC-20 tune from Cosine Systems. Curious what this will deliver! Ever thought of the even more restrictive TED sound compo? :-) It has "everything" you may need: - 2 channels square wave - 2nd channel optional white noise - 8 levels of global volume That's it :-) Oh yeah, we are still missing a decent tracker for the CBM 264 family, but a reduced port of the Vic-20 version would be possible ;-) Attila Daniel Kahlin wrote: > Daniel Kahlin hereby announces the VIC-TRACKER COMPO 2005! > (http://www.kahlin.net/daniel/victracker/compo2005/) > > VIC-TRACKER COMPO 2005 is a friendly competiton to squeeze out some > interresting music and sounds from one of the most restrictive sound > hardware produced. > > SOUND HARDWARE > The Vic-20 has 3 channels of square wave, one channel of noise, and > a 4-bit global volume. The frequency is determined by a 7-bit value > for each of the 4 channels. The three square wave channels have > different frequency ranges. they are one octave apart. > > RULES > - Entries must be composed in VIC-TRACKER. > (http://www.kahlin.net/daniel/victracker/) > - A real vic-20 is preferred, but using an emulator is encouraged if > you don't have a vic-20. > - The Competition starts Saturday October the 22nd, 2005. > - Entries must be submitted before Thursday December the 1st, 2005. > - Visit the VIC-TRACKER COMPO 2005 page for complete rules. > (http://www.kahlin.net/daniel/victracker/compo2005/) > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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