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  1. Well, "music" might be a strong term. "Sufficiently harmonious tones" might be better. Attached is a .bin and .bas file of a program that generates, well, sufficiently harmonious tones in the key of A major. It's fairly compact and efficient. I've tried to include a lot of comments. I thought I might use it in a game, but it doesn't really suit the project. I'm posting it here in case it might benefit someone else. Basically it picks a random bass note and a random melody note and plays them. It keeps track of note length and plays things in correct time. (The bass moves in quarter notes, the melody moves in eighth notes, with some variations possible.) It's very basic but could be built out for more interesting (and perhaps musical) results. I'm happy to answer any questions. Enjoy! songtestprocedural.bas songtestprocedural.bas.bin
  2. Hey guys! So, I really like Tim Follin and his music, so I decided to cover Tim Follin's Chronos on the Atari ST/ZX Spectrum + AY. I made this with Vortex Tracker II. I hope you enjoy! .TXT and .AY For Vortex Tracker II and .AY for any AY player respectively are attached in a .ZIP. I used MicroSpeccy. Chronos AY Cover.zip
  3. looked over the forum for sound effects and didn't see what I needed. So,anybody got some good explosions sound effects? also need dropping sound and firing laser sound. in fact, maybe this be a good thread for consolidating sound effects. no need to re-invent the wheel when someone else has already done it for you.
  4. An ode to a great game. Enjoy! bdash.rom bdash.bas
  5. Enjoy. clearedit.rom Mode 0,1,0,1,0 Wait Border 1,0 Scroll 4,4,0 For borderNew=0 to 200 Step 20 : Poke $200+borderNew, $2000: Poke $213+borderNew, $2000 : Next borderNew Wait Wait Print At 21 Color 7 , "Cleared it!" Print At 141 Color 5 , "Restart: top side" Print At 161 Color 6 , "Exit: bottom side" ecsCheck = peek($4000) Poke $4000 , ecsCheck + 1 If Peek($4000) = ecsCheck + 1 then Print At 41 Color 4 , "(PSG+ECS) " Else Print At 41 Color 4 , "(PSG only)" End If Wait Play Full Wait Play MyMusic Wait Goto PlayLoop PlayLoop: Wait If Cont.B0 Then Wait : Play Off : Wait : Play MyMusic If Cont.B1 Then Goto ExitThis If Cont.B2 Then Goto ExitThis Wait Goto PlayLoop ExitThis: Wait Print At 217 Color (Rand and 7) , "Bye." For spinWait = 0 to 5 Wait Next Play Off MyMusic: Data 5 Music B4 , B3 , B4 Music S , S , S Music S , G3 , S Music S , S , S Music C5 , A3 , C5 Music S , S , S Music B4 , B3 , B4 Music S , S , S Music A4 , C4 , A4 Music S , S , S Music S , C4 , S Music S , S , S Music E5 , C4 , E5 Music S , S , S Music D5 , C4 , D5 Music C5 , S , C5 Music B4 , B3 , B4 Music S , S , S Music D5 , B3 , D5 Music S , S , S Music E5 , A3 , E5 Music S , S , S Music F5# , A3 , F5# Music S , S , S Music G5 , G3 , G5 Music D5 , S , D5 Music F5# , S , F5# Music S , S , S Music G5 , - , G5 Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music Stop
  6. A rendition of the background track to a fun platformer game from another 16-bit system. BrnkBackground.rom Enjoy.
  7. I need to raise some money for a Joe Satriani "Chrome Dome" Complete Studio Recordings collection I've just agreed to buy so I thought maybe some of the fine AA folks might be interested in some Vinyl to go with their vintage gaming and computing gear: Prices don't include shipping. Payment via PayPal goods and services (I will accept mailed payments for you non-PP folks). Gradings are Vinyl/Cover. Have any questions feel free to ask! Post sold and then send me a PM so I can send you a total and my PayPal address. $1 off any 2 or $3 off any 4 albums in this thread! Gradings are via Goldmine scale and are Vinyl/Cover. These first several are in VG+ or better condition (good copies): Jermaine Jackson - Jermaine (Motown - M 752L) VG+/VG+ $3 Vinyl is VERY nice and is close to NM. The Hollies "Stay" VG+/VG $25 Original UK Stereo pressing! Sleeve is actually in very good condition for its age. Front is still shiny and not faded. The back has some yellowing due to age and previous owner wrote his name on the top left. https://www.discogs.com/Hollies-Stay/release/6428163 The Beach Boys - Close-Up (Capitol Records - SWBB-253) 2xLP, VG+/VG $2 The Challengers - 25 Greatest Instrumental Hits (GNP Crescendo - GNPS 609) 2xLP, VG+/VG $6 Vinyl in excellent condition! Cover has slight ring wear but VG mostly just due to signs of age. Still in very nice condition. The Buckinghams - In One Ear And Gone Tomorrow (Columbia - CS 9703) VG+/VG+ $4 Cover still in shrink! Various - England's Greatest Hitmakers (London Records - PS 430) VG+/VG+ $4 Various - Cruisin' 1959 (Increase Records - INCM: 2004) VG+/VG $4 Front cover in great condition but back has yellowing. Top edge is mushed slightly. Pictures on discogs page are mine and of the actual item for sale. Various - Rock's Greatest Hits (Columbia - GP 11) VG+/G+ $2 Cover intact but I downgraded it due to shelf wear and yellowing and moisture staining on inside of gatefold. Kris Kristofferson - Spooky Lady's Sideshow (Monument - PZ 32914) VG+/NM $2 Still in shrink! These are what I'd call "player copies" and show some wear and some noise (some throughout some just in places as noted). Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies (Warner Bros. Records - BS 2685) VG (mostly. see notes)/VG $5 Most of the album is VG but there is a scratch that causes a skip for 5ish rotations about 50 seconds into the first song. The Beach Boys - Endless Summer (Capitol Records - SVBB-11307) 2xLP, VG/VG+ $5 Pretty strong VG, pushing VG+. Vinyl comes in Mofi sleeves. Outer sleeve included. Various Artists "Super Golden Hits" VG+/VG+ $6 1960's hits compilation album. Very cool "Laugh In" style cover. Cover in great condition but previous owner covered the painter girl's nipples on the front with round stickers. Not sure if it can be removed cleanly. https://www.discogs.com/Various-Super-Golden-Hits/release/3199406 The Spaniels ‎"Hits Of The Spaniels" VG/VG+ $2 with any other album Cover is bordering on near mint. Still in shrink. Vinyl is strong VG and might clean up to VG+. https://www.discogs.com/Spaniels-Hits-Of-The-Spaniels/release/2501338 Mötley Crüe - Too Fast For Love (Elektra - 60174-1 Y) F/VG+ $4 Album has large scratched area covering much of the 3rd song. Also has a warp that causes the arm to jump during large parts of the record. Included here in case anybody wants to try and flatten it or needs the cover. Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe (Capitol Records, Capitol Records - ST-2830, ST 2830) VG/VG $3 Cool Oddball Stuff: Titanes En El Ring Con Vlady, Su Orquesta Y Coro* - Titanes En El Ring (RCA Victor GLS-80024) Panama VG/VG+ $15 Sleeve still in shrink but shrink is tearing in places. Sticker on back says "DISCOTECA PANAMA RADIO 62-1100 plaza 5 de mayo". Vinyl very stron VG but does have some noise which isn't too distracting. Rod McKuen - In Search Of Eros (Epic - BN 26370) VG+/VG+ $2 Album very quiet and in Excellent visual condition. Sleeve still in shrink and would be NM except for very slight ring wear. Anita Kerr, Rod McKuen / The San Sebastian Strings - The Sea (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. Records - WS 1670, 1670) VG+/VG $1 Cover still partially in shrink. Includes original "Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records" Tenth Anniversary printed inner sleeve. SOLD: SOLD - The Big Supreme - Don't Walk (Elusive Records EL-001) 12" Single US 1986 M/M $5 Sealed. Plain white sleeve. SOLD - Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (Warner Bros. Records - BSK 3372) VG/VG $7 Very listenable VG. SOLD - AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) (Atlantic - SD 11111) VG+/VG+ $7 Previous owner wrote "Kats" on front cover. SOLD - Def Leppard - Pyromania (Mercury, Mercury - 810 308-1 M-1, 422-810 308-1 M-1) VG+/VG $6 Sleeve would be VG+ except for moderate ring and shelf wear. Strong VG+! SOLD - Power Station "33 1/3" - VG+/VG+ $3 I snagged this and am selling it for what I paid (rounded down) because I already have a copy and this album is just plain awesome! https://www.discogs.com/The-Power-Station-The-Power-Station-33⅓/release/6823306
  8. Hey, I've released a new music album that contains 11 tracks written between 2010-2015 for Atari pokey sound chip (found in 8-bit Atari computers) with Raster Music Tracker. I thought this might interest a few folks here. Check it out: https://warlord.bandcamp.com/album/pokey-nights
  9. This is a work-in-progress, but open for anyone that wants to do something with it on their own. songproto-starblazers.bas songproto-starblazers.rom Mode 0 , 0,0,0,0 Wait Print At 0 Color 7 , "Blazers" Print At 80 Color 2 , "Press top side" Print At 100 Color 2 , "button to" Print At 120 Color 2 , "restart music." Print At 160 Color 3 , "Press bottom side " Print At 180 Color 3 , "button to exit." Wait Play Full Wait Play Blazers Wait Goto PlayLoop PlayLoop: Wait If Cont.B0 Then Wait : Play Off : Wait : Play Blazers If Cont.B1 Then Goto ExitThis If Cont.B2 Then Goto ExitThis Wait Goto PlayLoop ExitThis: Wait Print At 235 Color (Rand and 7) , "Bye." 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  10. At this year's Revision demoparty, I gave a presentation about music on the VCS with a survey on available routines and tools, some thoughts on how this might have influenced music culture (from a demoscene point of view) and finally introducing TIATracker, my new sound routine and sequencer. A recording is available on YouTube in case you're interested:
  11. I am a bit of a chiptune nut, and I've been wondering about the possibilities of a small DPC+ music module player. From what I've read, the DPC+ is a 3-channel square wave sound generator, plus the two TIA sounds. I have no idea how fast the DPC+ can be called to change sound pitches, but given the examples I have heard, it can be quite a fun music machine. So at the end of the day, 5 channels to mess with sounds pretty enticing to me. Speccing a small module format wouldn't be difficult (Heck, the C64 had one) and most modules out there with no sample data (like for SID) are around 2-4K in size. I would be more than willing to assist with making specs for a module format. Does anyone out there think this is possible? Or would it be more trouble than it's worth?
  12. Hello, upon the advice of a friend I decided to ask here to see if you guys could please help me with a problem I'm having. I have an Atari Jaguar and a few games all of which seem to run correctly. I decided to play I-WAR yesterday, and instead of hearing the awesome techno MOD music that plays at the logo screen I was greeted with silence. At first I thought I might have hit a number key by mistake so I pressed all of those, still nothing. So I took out the cartridge and cleaned the contacts with a Kleenex and blew out the Jaguar's cart port with an air duster. Still no music. All of the sound effects play correctly, just the music is missing, every song. The cartridge never has any loading problems like the red screen of death or anything. This happens every time I put the game in and has NEVER happened before until yesterday (it used to play music just fine, loved it's soundtrack! :3 ) All my other games (Tempest 2000, Wolf 3D, Aliens Vs Predator, Kasumi Ninja, Iron Soldier, Doom) play correctly with music, so it's just this game. Any ideas? I'm COMPLETELY baffled. Thanks for reading this, I really appreciate it. :3 oh I should probably specify it'ts a US Jaguar and I-War cart, and it's running through RF (not that third party s-video cable...)
  13. Hi everyone I'm proud to present the MidiBox TIA Cartridge! This is the first FULL midi synthetizer based on the TIA chip and cartridge cased. This is a DIY project, the firmware is opensource. It was not easy. Not because of the technical issues, just bad karma. In 2011/2012 I made a working firmware and a manager under Max/MSP. Because of personal reasons, I put the project on hold. End of 2012, I received a message from Eptheca who asked me the status of the project. With his help we decided to print 3 PCB’s. Unfortunately during this period, the hard drive of my computer suddenly decided to leave me, and I lost all my work: (( I sent the drive to Shanghai to try to recover my data, but of course my disc was one of the non-recoverable 10% (always this bad karma). So now we had the box and the electronics but nothing to put in it. In February I decided to rewrite everything but it took me some time. ... Done! We've now got a new firmware and the application to manage the box. I am inspired by the version 1 MB-SID. I kept all the features of this engine. I improved the management of banks, I dedicated two envelopes to the voice of the TIA which is free, and a few small details that might please you. Here is the features of it: 1 dedicated envelope for each voices(so 2) with optional non-linear curve and Sync which can be assigned to Amplitude and pitch. 3 specifics Mode to mix Modulation matrix and this env Env+Mods, Env*Mods, Env+(Env*Mods). 2 additional envelopes with optional non-linear curve and Sync which can be assigned to Amplitude and pitch. 4 additional LFOs with different waveforms and Sync which can be assigned to Amplitude and pitch. Pitch Bender Portamento/Glide function with Optional "Constant Time Slide". Delays 1 Arpeggiator for each voice(so 2) with optional Sync. Poly, Mono and Legato Mode Separate keyboard zones for each voice (key splitting) allows to play voices separately Extended Mode for keys(all note reponse) or non extended with offset and length. 1 velocity response for each voices (so 2) with optional CC assignment Free controller assignments to Modulation Wheel and Aftertouch LFOs, Envelopes, Arpeggios optionally syncable via external MIDI clock (one for each;) Bankstick support (4 banks of 128 sound patches per stick, up to 8 can be connected) so 32 banks. And much more. Coming soon: wave and CC sequences which allow more percussive sounds (Wavetables) with dedicated banks. Drum or Fx Kit Presets with dedicated banks. 8 Analog I/O 4bit sampling Atari 2600 Joystick and Video touch pad support. There's no CS on the cartridge version, but there's enough room in FW to add it. If someone wants to create it, you are welcome. This firmware is only for 18f4685. You can add MB-Link too if you need it, PORTA.0-7 and PORTB.0-3 share 8 I/O on the AUX connector. No CS; but I designed a Max/MSP Application (windows and Mac compatible): And it has iDevice support(sorry for those who boycott Apple products): I'm trying to finish a Max4Live version, with a common file between both applications that will retrieve the names of banks, patches and all parameters without having to open the input of the midi track and make a CC request (there's no SysEx in Ableton Live). Now i suppose you want to hear it: http://soundcloud.com/bdupeyron/mb-tia-mantua-preset Voilà!!!
  14. After being delayed for several months, Herb Alpert's new album - Anything Goes (featuring his wife - Lani Hall) is finally here! Recorded live during a brief tour last year, this is Herb's most jazz-centric album since 1992's Midnight Sun (currently out-of-print, unfortunately). There's nary a trace of the Tijuana Brass years here, and yet Herb's playing is as instantly identifiable as ever, as is Lani's singing (in case you're unfamiliar, she was the lead vocalist for Sérgio Mendes's Brasil '66). Anything Goes is mostly a collection of standards, but they're treated in Herb and Lani's own unique style, so while certainly respectful to the originals, they aren't merely retreads of something done before. Lani sings a couple of numbers in Portuguese (sadly, no translation was included in the booklet), and there a couple of original compositions by the band's pianist - Bill Cantos. Yet despite the variety of material, the whole album has a very cohesive feel to it. The musicians are all first-rate and blend together as if they've been playing together for years. What's rather amazing is that Herb and Lani have rarely collaborated musically, and yet they mesh together effortlessly, and the result is an intimacy to the music that's really a delight to listen to. There's romance, humor, and such a strong connection between them, that there's a real sense that everyone involved is just thoroughly enjoying the music - and it's contagious. I find myself enjoying this album the more I listen to it, and at times almost feel like I'm sitting in the room with them. Lani's voice doesn't sound like she's aged a day, and Herb's playing (at 74!) is equally timeless. Lani has a terrific voice, from handling the rapid-fire lyrics of Pararaio to the sultriness of Anything Goes, from the playfulness of Morning Coffee to the wistfulness of Who Are You?, she shows an amazing breadth of talent and expressiveness. Herb's improvisational skills have always been, in my opinion, highly underrated, and he excels here. His identity as a trumpet player is completely his own - there's nobody else that sounds or plays like him. The word "effortless" comes to mind again, as he weaves in and out of the melodies and improvisations. He's never flashy or showy, but thoughtful - making every note count in much the way that Louis Armstrong would. If I had a least-favorite track on the album, it would probably be The Trolley Song, where the cloth mute Herb is using oddly muffles the sound. Elsewhere though, Herb makes very effective use of a Harmon mute (which makes a soft, "buzzing" sound) on a number of tracks, including on It's Only A Paper Moon, where he uses a specially built double-belled trumpet nicknamed "The Mutant" to switch between an open bell and the mute with the flick of a rotary valve. The net effect is that it almost sounds like he's playing both parts of a duet. My favorite track though is the closer - Laura. Besides it's inherently beautiful melody, this arrangement is a joy to listen to as it changes tempos, moods, and gives Herb and the band a chance to really showcase their playing. It's a great way to end a live show, and this CD. Herb and Lani are touring again this year, playing with the same group and performing many of the songs from this album. I missed the chance to see them in concert last time around. I won't make that mistake again. Herb has always made the music that he wanted to make. Sometimes to the chagrin of die-hard Tijuana Brass fans who'd rather listen to "A Taste of Honey" for the six-thousandth time, than be challenged by or treated to something musically new and different. But that's their loss. I haven't been a fan of everything Herb has released, but I always look forward to his next album because I know it's never going to be the same thing he did that last time. And while I'll admit sometimes I wish he'd do more of one thing or less of another, I admire and respect his willingness to go out on a limb and create something simply because he wants to. This is an excellent album, an excellent jazz album, and yet another re-invention of Herb Alpert as an artist. Never one to sit still or live in the past, his musical stylings have changed radically over the years from the Tijuana Brass years, to disco, funk, R&B, orchestral, latin, pop, easy listening... and yet underneath it all, has always been Alpert's first musical love - jazz. Here, he unabashedly gets to celebrate his love of jazz, his love of his wife, and the joy of working together with the both of them. Track listing: Fascinating Rhythm Para-Raio (Pah-dah-hi-yoo) The Trolley Song That Old Black Magic Dinorah (Gee-no-rah)/Morning It's Only A Paper Moon Let's Face The Music And Dance Morning Coffee I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face Who Are You? Besame Mucho Anything Goes* I've Got You Under My Skin Laura Anything Goes gets a 9.5/10 (It would've gotten a 10, but apparently the Japanese release gets a bonus track that we're denied!) Here's a promotional video for the album: *Note: The title track is some obscure version by a guy named "Cole Porter" , rather than the version we're all more familiar with.
  15. I got a new piano for 2020 as a surprise from my wife. It is an absolutely adorable Nord Grand. Compared to the Lynx it sounds like a dream come true. While reading the manual I found out that you can create your own instruments from your own samples. This led to ideas of how to connect the kbd to the Lynx etc. But after a while I realized that the optimal Handy Music composer could be easier to create on a tablet! The plan is to record the good sounds of the instruments from a real Lynx. Like the sounds that are used in my games. The goal is to create loop sounds that can be repeated. There would be three levels in the composer. Top level: Tempo Compose level: Blocks to play Block level: Interactive drums for creating sfx and interactive piano for melody patterns. Once the blocks are complete you could create small loops like with The output format would be SASS source that can directly be compiled and used in games. Anyone interested to join in on developement?
  16. How good are you at recognizing and remembering Christmas tunes? Compete against a family member or friend if you have one, or take on the computer in three difficulty levels in this memory game where you match 10 pairs of songs. In two player mode, you can choose to use one or two controllers. Hopefully mostly bug free, though one never knows for sure... Computer difficulty levels: 1 - Beginner, will pick tiles randomly regardless or not if those have been flipped before. 2 - Intermediate, will pick the first tile randomly. If it matches a previously seen tile, it has 50% chance of picking that one, otherwise it picks another random one. 3 - Advanced, will pick the first tile randomly. If it matches a previously seen tile, it will always pick that one which means after a while it will more or less clean the board. Download the ROM here: merry.rom
  17. This one is rougher than most, but still recognizable. burgers.basburgers.rom Mode 0 , 0,0,0,0 Wait Print At 0 Color 7 , "Burgers!" Print At 80 Color 2 , "Press top side" Print At 100 Color 2 , "button to" Print At 120 Color 2 , "restart music." Print At 160 Color 3 , "Press bottom side " Print At 180 Color 3 , "button to exit." Wait Play Simple Wait Play Burgers Wait Goto PlayLoop PlayLoop: Wait If Cont.B0 Then Wait : Play Off : Wait : Play Burgers If Cont.B1 Then Goto ExitThis If Cont.B2 Then Goto ExitThis Wait Goto PlayLoop ExitThis: Wait Print At 235 Color (Rand and 7) , "Bye." For spinWait = 0 to 5 Wait Next Play Off Burgers: Data 4 Music - , - Music E5Y , - Music S , - Music F5 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music G5 , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music B6 , - Music A5# , - Music G5# , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music F5 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music G5 , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music B6 , - Music A5# , - Music G5# , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music F5 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music G5 , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music G5# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music B6 , - Music A5# , - Music G5# , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music F5 , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music F5# , - Music S , - Music D6# , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music E5 , - Music S , - Music C6# , - Music S , - Music D5# , - Music S , - Music B6 , - Music S , - Music - , - Music - , - Music - , - Music - , - Music - , - Music - , - Music - , - Music Repeat
  18. Hi everyone, I just want to share some tunes I made using 15 kHz clocked Pokey in basic version of Raster Music Tracker (1.28). I believe they sound a bit different than tunes made with a regular clock (64 kHz). So check please if you wish and enjoy! I think they sound best when listened to on a real hardware, therefore I made recordings also and put on my bandcamp profile. So if someone doesn't use a real piece of hardware, please follow the links: http://makarybrauner.bandcamp.com/track/echoes http://makarybrauner.bandcamp.com/track/step-it-up EchoesMB.xex StepItUpMB.xex
  19. Enjoy. Comments appreciated. Mode 0 , 0,0,0,0 Wait Print At 0 Color 7 , "Bach-2-22-Musette" Print At 80 Color 4 , "Press top side" Print At 100 Color 4 , "button to" Print At 120 Color 4 , "restart music." Print At 160 Color 1 , "Press bottom side " Print At 180 Color 1 , "button to exit." Wait Play Full Wait Play MyMusic Wait Goto PlayLoop PlayLoop: Wait If Cont.B0 Then Wait : Play Off : Wait : Play MyMusic If Cont.B1 Then Goto ExitThis If Cont.B2 Then Goto ExitThis Wait Goto PlayLoop ExitThis: Wait Print At 235 Color (Rand and 7) , "Bye." 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  20. Hello all, I'm getting back into ST MIDI sequencing after a decade (or two?!?) away. The ST software is just so uniquely brilliant and in many cases, there is absolutely nothing like it on the market today. I was wondering if there is a good resource for ST manuals. I can find some on Tim's Atari MIDI World, but I'm hoping there is a larger resource. /ü
  21. Source code in the programming forum. songproto-BackInBlack.rom
  22. It's been a while, here's something fairly original. I don't like the long note breaks, but they are OK and I'm kind of done with tinkering with this one. I know other folks are busy making games, so maybe this will help someone that needs a title page song or intermission song or something. HTH. Free to use, don't even have to credit me if you don't want.
  23. Hi, album Circus Bizarre is complete:) http://www.atarimusic.net/component/muscol/P/53-poison/244-circus-bizarre enjoy;-) POISON
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