On Thu, 3 Feb 2000, Richard Atkinson wrote: > Incidentally, those worried about using NTSC and PAL machines together in > a 'musical' setup can relax - the slave reply protocol for this very > sequence specifies whether the slave is an NTSC or PAL machine, so the > master can then tell it what scaling factors to use in the music with the > command words. Remember that also the ADSR timing and the pitch are derived from the bus clock. It'd be nice to hear how "badly tuned" an orchester consisting of a PAL and an NTSC machine would sound. Even if you can adjust the pitch values, I don't think that the ADSR time values can be compensated accurately enough. By the way, have you considered using more than two C64s in the orchester? And on a related note, what happened to the "sixty-four 64s" transputer that was supposed to be presented on the Vintage Computer Festival v3.0? Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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