I had a summer gig in the early 80's at EMS helping Steve Haflich
with some 68K hardware.
I may have Unix MUSIC-11 on a pack somewhere.
On 4/6/17 6:17 PM, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote:
> On 4/5/17 11:12 PM, Randy Dawson via cctalk
On 4/5/17 11:12 PM, Randy Dawson via cctalk wrote:
> Have you had a look at Max B. Mathews MUSIC4BF?
Glad you guys have enjoyed it. I made SimH keep track of elapsed
microseconds based on the instruction, which means I'm no longer having to
use an average instruction time. This has improved the quality by a huge
Here's the new version of the Maple Leaf Rag for your listening pleasure:
From: cctalk <cctalk-boun...@classiccmp.org> on behalf of Kyle Owen via cctalk
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Subject: SimH PDP-8 simulator plays music
I suspected that I could some
Very niceI'm getting ready to rack a 2 bay 11/34 system, then I
hopefully have time to finish off an 8E.
I can't wait to have fun with it. I hadn't thought about music, but it
sounds like fun.
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 9:54 AM, SPC via cctalk
> Impressive. At
Impressive. At least for me :-0
2017-04-05 16:43 GMT+02:00 Kyle Owen via cctalk :
> I suspected that I could somehow get some music out of the SimH PDP-8
> simulator for a while now, if I could only make it run real time and toggle
> a GPIO pin fast enough
I suspected that I could somehow get some music out of the SimH PDP-8
simulator for a while now, if I could only make it run real time and toggle
a GPIO pin fast enough say, on a Raspberry Pi. That may still be doable in
the future, but I also had a suspicion that I could generate music not in