Feb 10th 2019 11:48am
A ZX Beeper 90s style dance track written with Bintracker and using the Pytha engine by Irrlicht Project.

Recorded from real hardware (1983 48K ZX Spectrum)
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Level 23 Chipist
post #107313 :: 2019.02.10 12:11pm
  Ataritufty and garvalf liēkd this
I know it's only February, but this is clearly the most epic beeper track of the year.
Level 21 Chipist
post #107395 :: 2019.02.12 3:33am :: edit 2019.02.12 3:33am
  Ataritufty liēkd this
incredibly powerful!
Level 10 Chipist
post #107748 :: 2019.02.16 7:17pm
  Ataritufty liēkd this
That's pretty amazing for being beeper! I love it!
Level 11 chipist
post #107783 :: 2019.02.17 6:15am
  Ataritufty liēkd this
ZX beeper songs usually sound really thin and tinny and lacking in bass, but this has good strong bass. It sounds great. How did you record it from the real hardware?
Level 12 Chipist
post #107787 :: 2019.02.17 7:09am
The Pytha engine can produce a great bassy sound. To record from my real ZX Spectrum 48K I first write the music on Bintracker which saves a .tap file that can then be played on a ZX Spectrum emulator or loaded into a real Spectrum.

I use the speccytape iphone app which plays back the .tap (tape image) as sound. This is loaded into the real spectrum via the ear socket with a lead from the iphone to the speccy.

When the music is playing on the real speccy I connect a lead from the mic socket to the mic line-in on my laptop and record the music using audacity.

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