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Hangover Jaunt - 1bit ZX Beeper

By ne7 on Oct 14, 2010 3:06 am

To celebrate Beepola hitting version v1.06 (grab it here: I finished up a very silly 1bit ZX Speccy beeper track - this ones based on The Music Studio replay, here's some info on the raw power of this replay *Grin* from the documentation:

The Music Studio Beeper Engine
This engine provides two melody channels, plus percussion that may take the place of individual melody notes on channel 2. Sustain settings are ignored, any percussion entered into the Drum column will cause no note to be sounded on channel 2 for the duration of the drum effect.
Unlike the original Music Studio engine, Beepola's implementation is pattern based (i.e. duplicate or repeating patterns are only stored once in the final output) and optimised for size. Songs compiled in Beepola using this engine will usually be significantly smaller that the same song produced with the original Music Studio utility.
Channels 1 and 2 are functionally identical. There is no sustain with this engine, so a note will last for a fixed period of time (which is dependent on the pattern tempo - higher tempos produce shorter notes). The sound output for each channel is a sawtooth wave...

I'll pop the .tap file and bbsong data in the beepola thread 4mat made later \o_

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Solid composition, I like the drum-less middle section.

fuckyeah Teh Musick Studio!!! as if "normal" 1bit wasn't challenging enough wink well done!

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