Started by utz, July 12, 2015, 08:35:23 pm
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Quote from: utz on August 27, 2015, 06:57:38 pmNo, you can have more than one tone. It's about making music on machines that don't have any sound hardware, like sound cards or sound chips. TI calculators are a perfect example of a machine that will make 1-bit music if programmed to do so. No sound hardware, you can just switch on or off the link port. Still, you can have more than 1 tone, with clever software mixing.You don't have to worry about that part though, just grab one of the utilities I linked to in my previous post. Or, if you want to try a really easy software, have a look at Beepola.
Quote from: utz on September 02, 2015, 06:39:19 pm@DJ Omnimaga: I have no idea, to be honest. Provided Win7 still has a cmd.exe, it should work. No GUI, you need to run it through a command line as it takes an argument (-82/-83/-8x) in order to specify which model you want to build for. Also, you need to have Perl installed.Btw here's me playing some live 1-bit music:
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