[sdiy] [spam] Re: Pink Tunes self-composing program.

Joel B onephatcat at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 8 22:20:37 CET 2018


Where do we find the source, I went looking last night and didn’t find it online... was thinking more of trying to run it on my old Atari 400 - their are some midi adapters for those machines..

Joel

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> On Jan 8, 2018, at 11:45 AM, Tim Ressel <timr at circuitabbey.com> wrote:
> 
> I have looked at the code extensively. The concepts are easy to understand and the write up in the article is pretty good. I agree with Jay, morphing this into C code is the way to go.
> 
> Anybody feel like collaborating?
> 
> -t-i-m-b-o-
> 
> 
> 
>> On 1/8/2018 11:06 AM, Jay Schwichtenberg wrote:
>> I got my copy of The Source out last night and started to look at the code. Actually think the worst way to go would be to run this in an 6502 emulator. But then I'm an embedded/bare metal HW/SW engineer that is old enough to have used the 6502.
>> 
>> There is no reason that the code couldn't be rewritten in C to work on some micro (ARM, Arduino, PIC). I haven't looked in detail but the only issue would be the hardware associated with the synth interface. Depending on how you want to use the software you might need voltages/gates or it could possibly just output MIDI notes.
>> 
>> I'll get my glasses and go read the article.
>> 
>> Jay S.
>> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Synth-diy [mailto:synth-diy-bounces at synth-diy.org] On Behalf Of David Bulog
>> Sent: Monday, January 08, 2018 10:44 AM
>> To: Tom Wiltshire
>> Cc: synth-diy at synth-diy.org
>> Subject: [spam] Re: [sdiy] Pink Tunes self-composing program.
>> 
>> So can Pink Tunes be reborn to run on a modern day OS ?
>>> On 9/01/2018, at 1:28 am, Tom Wiltshire <tom at electricdruid.net> wrote:
>>> 
>>> I wondered about this. Assuming a 6502 running at 2MHz, if I used a modern PIC with an instruction rate at 8MHz, if I could write equivalent macros for each of the 6502 instructions in 4 instructions or less, I could basically compile the old code for the new chip.
>>> 
>>> It’s almost (but not quite) an interesting enough challenge to warrant giving it a try. Maybe if I had more Sundays in the week.
>>> 
>>> Tom
>>> 
>>> ==================
>>>       Electric Druid
>>> Synth & Stompbox DIY
>>> ==================
>>> 
>>>> On 8 Jan 2018, at 07:30, David Bulog <d2ba at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> John Titor came up because of a debate about  reusing 80’s assembly code  in modern day recreations of classics. we came to the conclusion that you would need to source all the original hardware for assembly code to be pratically useful :)
>>>> 
>>>>> On 8/01/2018, at 8:09 pm, Olav Martin Kvern <okvern at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Colleagues,
>>>>> 
>>>>> re: "John Titor"
>>>>> 
>>>>> I've never been sure if "John Titor" was an internet hoax that the visual novel/anime series "Steins;Gate" made reference to, or whether the internet hoax was created as part of the marketing program for either work. Probably the former, but you never know.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Either way, not all red herrings are created equal.:-)
>>>>> 
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> 
>>>>> Ole
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