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I've uploaded the source for the PSG audio demo to github.

The code is awful, and I highly suggest you don't bother.

If you really want to try, you will need Visual Studio 2019, cc65, the X16 emulator, a MIDI input device, and I'd also suggest Visual Studio Code. Oh, and a whole lot of patience! With all of that, you'll be able to create the .prg that I uploaded previously.


In terms of updates, my aim is not to write a tracker, but to have one to use for what I want to do. So I'm only expecting to ensure its functional for my own goals. I don't want to make and maintain a 'ProTracker'!

Good luck! 🙂

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This has been updated to support commands\effects.

I've added Slide Up\Down to the note, and Pitch Shift Up, as well as Silence which forces the volume to 0.

Now the framework is done, its relatively easy to add something new. Working on the demo track, and will update the upload once done.


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