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  1. Off The Floor (music demo)

    A simple 8-bar loop song bringing you dance floor vibes.
    To reduce jitter and audio dropouts, run the demo locally.
    It uses all 16 PSG voices and a couple of FM voices.
    Would you like to code some graphics to be accommodated by this song? Send me a PM 🙂


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  2. Concerto

    This is an old video (hopefully I'll be able to make a new one soon):
    The CONCERTO synthesizer is what I intend to be the sound generating side of a music making software for the Commander X16. It uses the 16 voices of the VERA and the 8 voices of the YM2151 and aims to get the very maximum out of them. It is not quite there yet but has a lot of strengths already. The main features:
    32 synth timbres (i.e. sounds) 16 monophonic channels, each playing a dynamically assigned synth timbre up to 4 PSG oscillators and 1 YM2151 voice per timbre up to 3 envelopes and 1 LFO per timbre pitch, volume and pulse width modulation vibrato volume control per voice ("velocity") pitchbend save and load presets / banks (a bank is the entirety of all 32 loaded timbres) comes with one bank of "factory" sounds Features that are planned (for the sound engine):
    volume and vibrato automation If you have problems with the audio quality in the "Try it now", download and run in the offline emulator with the command line option "-abufs 12" or more.
    To use file loading and saving, you must use an SD card.
    For more information, look into the README and the source files and/or send me a PM.
    If you find bugs, please let me know, or post an issue on GitHub.
    Find the devlog here: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/1079-concerto-dev-log/ 
    Find m00dawgd's Command Tracker which will likely use Concerto: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/978-command-tracker-dev-log/


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  3. Tiny PCM Synth

    I wanted to explore the possibilities with the PCM output. This tiny synth generates a sweet tone from three sine waves, coated in a thin shiny silver layer of aliasing. To spice it up, I also added a delay effect. You can play it with your keyboard. Use Z and X to switch octaves.
    I do not plan to follow this route any further, because the possibilities are quite limited with the X16. I am sure one could do better than I did, but the X16 doesn't have enough power to provide a whole lot of flexibility in the sound generation (at least with PCM).
    Find the source here: https://github.com/biermanncarl/cx16-tiny-pcmsynth
    Feel free to reuse the code for your own projects!


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