SNDH player with pitch visualization for Atari ST

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YQN
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SNDH player with pitch visualization for Atari ST

Post by YQN » Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:33 pm

Hi,

I thought I'd make a program every time I upload a new tune :)
This way I can acquire new skills for every tune I make and try to be creative!

This time I made a simple (and note quite accurate) pitch visualization, and some text printing from a custom font.

TOS file attached, if you want the source just ask (it's very messy which is why I'm being shy about it).

Hope you like it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wszRJuzX4Hc
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Re: SNDH player with pitch visualization for Atari ST

Post by Voyager_sput » Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:15 am

Love the tune :)

The visualization is a really nice touch (not to mention the exploding disk message had me cracked up :D)

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Re: SNDH player with pitch visualization for Atari ST

Post by matibee » Thu Apr 02, 2020 5:24 pm

Very cool. It's nice to see it running on real hardware - even if that is the most unorthodox mouse position I ever saw :mrgreen:
I'm not doing ST stuff at the moment so thanks for the youtube version :-)

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