This was my entry for the wild compo at Revision 2015.
I'm writing this from the party place, and the results from the voting will be presented tomorrow.
Update: It got a second place. Here's the pouët page.
- lft_variation18 (Original release archive, 99 MB)
Posted Sunday 5-Apr-2015 21:56
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Mon 6-Apr-2015 03:57
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Sun 10-May-2015 23:13
The piano part was recorded first. The program code was written in 6502 assembly language, and the data was edited using a custom tool created for this project. In the tool, I could edit all 24 voices in parallel, and pre-listen to the (emulated) synthesised sound along with the recorded piano part, starting from any time offset.
At the beginning of each SID part, before what you see in the video, is a loud click. This allowed me to synchronise the various sound and video parts during the final video editing, since the click also showed up on the oscilloscope.
Thu 14-May-2015 11:50
Mon 8-Jun-2015 08:30
Yes, the oscilloscopes visualise the output of each SID, i.e. three voices per oscilloscope. In parts of the music I have tried to distribute the sounds over the SID chips, so that each scope displays a single waveform.
Tue 27-Oct-2015 01:12