Atari ST music disk

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Atari ST music disk

Post by YQN » Thu Aug 26, 2021 3:04 pm

Hello,

The reason I got into assembly was to code this disk. I wanted to make an Atari ST album and it didn't really make sense to just release it as mp3, it needed to have a fancy player, right? So I learnt some assembly and made it a disk :)
Luckily I was joined by graphic artists and the interface looks stunning :)

There's a little message for akuyou @4:25 ;)
To download the ST files or ST disk image you can go to Demozoo or my website.

May you enjoy this release, I'm very happy with it, it's like my little baby :)


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Re: Atari ST music disk

Post by akuyou » Sat Sep 04, 2021 10:01 pm

Great work!

The music and overall presentation is fantastic... I love the LCD design, and you can't beat some chip tunes!
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Re: Atari ST music disk

Post by YQN » Sun Sep 12, 2021 6:06 pm

Thanks! And as I said in the scroller, thanks for the dev kit which made the whole process easier and faster, and the 68K lessons which helped me remember and memorize the basics!

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