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I'm opening a thread where people can post requests for new SAP conversions. In other words, if you can't already find it in the ASMA, and you would like an SAP version of the music in a game, demo or other program, post it here and I or someone else can take a crack at converting it. Here's an example conversion:
I wanted to point out a new hardware project currently in the late design phase. It's called SIDBox and it plays retro music formats. From the name you can tell it was designed as a SID player but it has grown to include Spectrum TAP, Atari ST AY, Amiga Protracker MODs, RMT/SAP files, Stereo POKEYs are supported. The designer wants to include more formats like TFMX, he is also looking at including AMP support and even XEX! http://www.sidproject.co.uk https://www.electronscape.co.uk/sidbox/crowdinfo.htm Ms Mad Lemon has done a bunch of videos on it.
I just cross-compiled these from within Debian Linux (wheezy) and instead of only sharing them with the person I did this for, I thought I might just as well share them with everybody. Source code (GPL) is included. The win32 binary has been tested to work with wine under Linux. I cannot test the win64 binary, but it should work as well. Note that this is a command line utility. siddasm2.exe input.sid > output.asm. The output is in atasm format. It takes NSF (NES) and SAP (Atari 8-bit) files as well. Sid files need to be PSID. RSID is not yet supported. Edit [2015-07-17]: Updated to v2.2, hopefully fixed /dev/null issue on windows. Edit2: added source code. siddasm2-2.1-win.zip siddasm2-2.2-win.zip siddasm2-2.2-src.zip