On Saturday 26 November 2011, you wrote: > On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 10:39:47AM +1100, Daniel O'Shea wrote: > > On 25/11/11 22:20, Gábor Lénárt wrote: > > >Or maybe I should do more than just the included assembly fragment, like > > >initialization or so? > > > > Try using the initialisation parameters shown near the end of this > > file under the heading 'Making a Sound': > > > > http://www.floodgap.com/retrobits/ckb/secret/adlib.txt > > Thanks for your answer. I've just found sound expander's demodisk, but it > seems it does not produce sound under VICE either ... Also, my data (which > is basically sequence of register numbers and datas including > initialization - with timing information included) works under DOSBOX with > AdLib emulation: it produces sound nicely. I've just write a simple > "player" to play this sequence in x86 assembly for DOS and also for C64, > but the latter does not work. But since the "official" demo disk for the > cartridge does not produce sound in VICE either (yes, VICE is configured > correctly for the cartridge emulation), it seems to be an emulator issue, > at least IMHO. > > So I guess it can be an emulator issue ... Unfortunately I have no idea how > to get the real hardware (the cartridge) to test it on a real machine ... if you manage to come up with a small test program (that works on the real thing) - PLEASE post a bug on the vice bugtracker :) soundexpander/sampler are both kinda hard to test with the original software. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-26 02:00:19
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