Unfortunately it seems there is currently no linking software that works with SilverLink/USB and TI82. However, most linking tools are very lightweight, so if you can find some old 386 or P1 on the trash, that should work fine.

@Glitch Militia: I hear you. However, I have a load of different things to work on in the upcoming weeks, so if I'm going code anything in the near future, it'll most likely be some addition to Houston Tracker. Sorry wink

Damn you! smile

Wow you got that tracker done quickly! Awesome work.
looking forward to it working with other TI's.

Last edited by wry (Mar 5, 2013 8:24 pm)

This really blows my mind. Amazing sound. I am going to buy a TI-82 for this tomorrow! smile

werd. im all over this ! thanks for your hard work !

bros, calculator compilation?

little-scale wrote:

bros, calculator compilation?

Count me in!

wink

I'll add you to the list.

(there is no list, just wanted to make a lame joke)

I would really like to hear a sample of how this sounds...

Decktonic wrote:

I would really like to hear a sample of how this sounds...

http://chipmusic.org/forums/post/158046/#p158046

Second link.

nordloef wrote:
Decktonic wrote:

I would really like to hear a sample of how this sounds...

http://chipmusic.org/forums/post/158046/#p158046

Second link.

welp, that was helpful smile

I gotta say it sounds fantastic!

This is facinating!

Hi,

Does the TI-82 have some kind of audio output jack?

Cheers,
LW.

LamptonWorm wrote:

Hi,

Does the TI-82 have some kind of audio output jack?

Cheers,
LW.

Yes