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Arnie 
What can play these chip tunes?
Posted on 24-Aug-2017 13:43:58
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From: Swindon, UK, Earth somewhere in the galaxy

As a big retro computing fan I also like to play back some of the music from old games and demos etc. I have found many players across many OS's that will play back all manor of files whether SID, SAP, AY and the many Mod formats.

I have also found quite a large Spectrum AY collection which is sorted in a similar fashion to the Commodore HVSC collection, AYGOR.

I have been quite amazed at some of the sounds that people have squeezed out of the humble 48k beeper to the extent that I had to check I wasn't playing a SID tune at times, but there are more tunes than just the standard AY-8912 and beeper in the collection. These include Turbo Sound tunes in which I'm not convinced are playing properly in and on my players and some that are for the Phillips SAA chip. The latter load in to all AY players but play back in silence even in players capable of playing Sam Coupe COP tunes.

Does anyone know or a player preferably Linux of AmigaOS that will play these [SAA] tunes with sound?

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Last edited by Arnie on 24-Aug-2017 at 01:45 PM.
Last edited by Arnie on 24-Aug-2017 at 01:45 PM.

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