[Blindapple] music generater

Bryan Mckinnish bryanbkm at gmail.com
Thu Sep 12 12:30:08 EDT 2013

That sounds good. I always wanted to be able to add tones to my 
programs, but never got the hang of it. I can do buzzing sounds and 
stuff like that, but tones would be cool as well.
Bryan Mckinnish

On 9/12/2013 9:12 AM, Louis Bryant wrote:
> I can send you an article on what pokes and calls you need to make single tones from BASIC. If you have an Apple IIGS, I have another article that'll show you how to generate square and sawtooth waves from BASIC and play them. I even remember seeing an article about playing 16 bit wave files on GSOS. If anyone is interested in the article, I'll post them. Best, Louis
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Tom Brennan <g_brennantg at titan.sfasu.edu>
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> Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 8:47 pm
> Subject: Re: [Blindapple] music generater
>> There's a much better program called Music Machine which produces multiple tones
>> at once.  Otherwise you can write a pretty simple BASIC program using pokes to
>> do your music.  The program only needs a small assembly program linked to it
>> that should be easily available.  In fact, I think you might be able to do it
>> even without the binary file.
>> I have a couple disks of stuff for the Music Machine program so I know there's
>> stuff for it around.
>> Tom
>> Tom Brennan  KD5VIJ, CCC-A/SLP
>> web page http://titan.sfasu.edu/~g_brennantg/sonicpage.html
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