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    A composer, writer and visual artist.
  1. Hi @ctrix, thanks of the tip !! I actually used your tool quite a lot, it was extremely fun and useful from algorithmic generation of stuff as the IT's text format was so simple (and I still have it). I will check TIA Tracker, just now writing mostly BatariBasic stuff, rather idiotic small systems played with joystick with the external beat (from Nintendo DS etc), stupid, but very fun to do, excellent anger management tools !! Thank you of all your help !!
  2. Hi, Is it possible to use Harmony Cart with keypad ? I mean loading programs, moving the cursor with keypad instead of joystick ? Thanks !
  3. Thanks of these ! What I am trying to do is avoid using constants in TIA registers, I picked last of your examples, how about this: dim VAL=b VAL=12 for i=$15 to $21 asm lda VAL sta i end next ie. using assembly (or any other means) to store value directly to (TIA) register value.
  4. Does this work: dim ADDR=a:dim VAL=b ADDR=$15:VAL=12 asm LDA VAL STA ADDR end
  5. Hi, I would like to write BatariBasic software, where TIA and sound registers would be used as numerical addresses instead of names. Mostly POKE-type of addressing, where loop index(es) are used as direct address(es) and values send to them. Perhaps using asm with LDA/STA sequence ? Any tips ? Thanks !
  6. Thanks Hobo, this is helpful, writing a new version with some additional stuff, using BatariBasic. Nice to compare disassembled version to original, I am not assembler guy, though can read and understand it.
  7. OK, checked Transmat with disassembler, exactly what I needed, I am able to adjust/change whatever I need, making variations of it and compile with dasm. Thanks !!
  8. I am looking of source code examples, I have dasm + Batari + Harmory cart, I don't need built in ROM, I am making that myself. Just looking code snippets (asm, Batari Basic) for similar kind of glitchy visuals, perhaps using timers, and it doesn't need to be short (no byte limits except 2600 own), with proper headers etc. Thanks !
  9. Thanks, very coool !! Looking glitches pretty much like this, do you have source code ? (I need only visual part, if it is possible to extract).
  10. Hi all, I put this same question here (not sure if Batari Basic group is correct one). OK, I have more specific example, from Atari 8-bit machines. There are a bunch of variations of short 32b demo, assembly loop here: loop lax 20 ora 19 tay sta $d200,y eor $d40b sta $d000,y bvc loop Reading system timers, bit manipulated, and putting to values to POKEY, VSYNC etc. Anything similar to 2600 ? It doesn't need to be 32b, with proper headers etc, but similar principle, reading (semi)random timer(s), bit manipulation(s), and sending to VSYNC or similar. Glitchy graphics, which run long, any examples, would be used as visuals to chiptune gig. Thanks !!
  11. OK, I have more specific example, from Atari 8-bit machines. There are a bunch of variations of short 32b demo, assembly loop here: loop lax 20 ora 19 tay sta $d200,y eor $d40b sta $d000,y bvc loop Reading system timers, bit manipulated, and putting to values to POKEY, VSYNC etc. Anything similar to 2600, with Batari or Dasm, glitchy graphics, which run long, would be visuals to chiptune gig. Thanks !!
  12. Thanks of the tips, all, I might test Altirra and partitioning image file, just for testing, but probably getting more memory, Can't find this: " external memory upgrade here on AA from CTIRAD"
  13. CMC works perfectly (just can't save), played music tracks as .xex, also using RMT which exports XEX as well. So, only thing would be saving, which of course means partitioning the disk. I read it is possible to run FDISK in 64kb machine, just need to edit CONFIG.SYS, but I don't know what tools I need for editing/altering the SIDE2 part. I have had tested all what I need (so far) in my 65XE, I have also SIO2PC-USB, which works great, I will check the extra memory although my original idea was keep the old system as "clean" as possible Thanks !
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