Wham! the Music Box
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7182
Level 28 Hostist
puke7
 
 
 
post #7182 :: 2007.09.19 1:07am
Here in the States we never had no Sinclair manufactured machines. I hear people really love them things...

Someone once told me about this music writing program for the ZX Spectrum 48K (which predates the built-in FM synthesis of later models) --
http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0008965

Haven't played with it yet -- but always looking for more formats to add to the world of chip compos... =9
 
 
7183
Level 29 Chipist
Warlord
 
 
 
post #7183 :: 2007.09.19 6:05am
no comment on that Wham!.. but support for ZX Spectrum on future chipcompos could be cool. There are tons of trackers and different formats for that platform.
 
 
7184
Level 28 Hostist
puke7
 
 
 
post #7184 :: 2007.09.19 9:19am
Hey, if you don't mind, shoot me some infos!
 
 
7185
Level 26 Chipist
Kulor
 
 
 
post #7185 :: 2007.09.19 12:30pm
Suh-wheat, a buzzer sequencer! I've been searching around for one of these since forever ago...sounds like it only gives you two notes of polyphony though?
Speaking of the Spectrum though, check out Vortex Tracker for the Spectrum 128K's AY-3-8912 chip, and TFM Music Maker for the TurboSound FM device expansion for the Spectrum computers. Two formats with cross-platform trackers that we don't yet support!!
 
 
7186
Level 29 Chipist
Warlord
 
 
 
post #7186 :: 2007.09.19 1:38pm :: edit 2007.09.19 1:39pm
Our russian comrades would probably be the ones to provide the best answer (after all, russia was/is the promised land of Speccys) - but I think Protracker is one of the widely used ones.. Other I can recall out of memory are Sound tracker, Fast tracker, SQ Tracker... There were many more.

I personally use Vortex tracker tho, but it's a huge nono for those who hate mousebased tracker interfaces.
 
 

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