This is a minimal sequencer with live play functions that combines editing text screens with the SID chip.  It is inspired in part by 100 Rabbits' "Orca", EKO ComputeRhythm videos and the fact that the c64 screen rows and SID register counts match.

By changing the petscii characters on the screen you set values into the SID registers or add to existing values for each beat
of the sequence. 

Knowledge of the SID chip is a plus, but there are various demo tracks to experiment with included.


Last edited by 4mat (Jun 21, 2020 11:29 am)

Nomad's Land

Two big fat thumbs up for this. Will have a lot of fun with this once I'm reunited with my C= gear.


I spent some time playing with this little thing this weekend on emulator. It works really well and it's really fun. And making a full song with it seems like a real challenge.

I'm always happy when I see a new chiptune-related tool that is great for live improvisation.

not jophish anymore

c64 meets musique concrète