Hi There is also the possibility that it's not the version I heard in 1981. The version I'm speaking has no graphics, just the name of the song And was written by a musician/programmer working for procep. Apparently In the company, they heard some sorts of sound And finally this song for almost 3 months... Perhaps It's not the latest version. The youtube is better than the program on emulation. I don’t have a real vc20 to compare -- Didier -----Message d'origine----- De : email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de Marko Mäkelä Envoyé : jeudi 29 décembre 2011 13:39 À : email@example.com Objet : Re: penny-lane.prg On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 01:03:02PM +0100, Anders Carlsson wrote: >Usually a change in the frequency table or even transposing to a >different key does wonders when it comes to VIC-20 music. Yes, the f=base_frequency/x is so inaccurate with x being from 1 to 128 or something like that. With higher frequencies (small values of x), the error gets bigger, because 1/x and 1/(x+1) would be further apart than with low frequencies (big values of x). On the SID, choosing frequencies is much easier, because you would specify a 16-bit multiplier of a base frequency, not a divider. IIRC, the TED uses the VIC-I divider principle as well, but the divider is wider than 7 bits (16 bits?). >Then we have the PAL vs NTSC issues too.. some songs might sound great >in one key with PAL frequencies but awful with corresponding NTSC >frequencies (and even worse if replayed with PAL frequencies on a NTSC >VIC-20). Exactly, it is very hard to produce good-sounding music on the VIC-I. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-12-29 13:00:30
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