Re: [LAU] Sound Chip as a synthesizer on Linux. Thoughts, ideas?

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Date: Friday, July 11, 2014 - 3:31 am

On Thu, 2014-07-10 at 22:43 -0400, Tim E. Real wrote:

Calf monosynth, phasex and a few other synth are likely closer to the
OP's needs. Has somebody already tested Bristol's SID emulation?
http://bristol.sourceforge.net/sidney.shtml

OT:

I used 2-bits, but even 8-bit was possible,
http://www.c64-wiki.de/index.php/Audiodigitizer and I guess I used the
same digitiser as shown in this link, sure, I used a sane PCB and not
such an ugly one.

The drawback, while the C64 was able to do MIDI hard real-time, better
than Linux is able to do, it was very slow and the hard real-time
processing of MIDI events could become problematic when you tried to
provide running status. The MIDI sound sampler I wrote didn't come with
running status, so I had to disable it for the Atari ST sequencer output
that sent the MIDI events to the C64 sound sampler. AFAIK MIDI running
status can't be disabled for Linux MIDI out.

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