Chrischzz wrote:Closed down to join the anti SOPA act..
wongck wrote:Chrischzz wrote:Closed down to join the anti SOPA act..
Does SOPA just want to do that.... to shut down sites but permanently?
So how does shutting down be an anti-SOPA thingy?
Ayreon wrote:If it's not just Atari related chip msx then there's this SID archive http://www.6581-8580.com/
( koele magneto avatar. Zelf gemaakt? :-p )
guythp wrote:If it's an android phone you've got chrischzz, I'd thoroughly recommend droidsound (but not via the market - get one of the betas from the web), it not only plays .sid and .mod files but also .sndh & .sc68 files, AND you can make them into ringtones. Should, and if you try it, it's worth saying the tunes should be in a zip file. (I did have c64, st and .mod tunes uploaded a while ago, unfortunately I'd uploaded it on megaupload ).
link = http://swimsuitboys.com/droidsound/
Chrischzz wrote:Yes i have a droid.. and already have Droidsound installed..
However I find it to have an unpleasant interface.. And it seems to crash too often..
Hence I converted a lot of tracks to MP3 to play with Winamp. Sure it is inefficient..
guythp wrote:Which version of droidsound are you using? I know I had probs with one of the betas, but I think 1.3 is the slightly stable-r one.
It was just that inefficiency, drilled into me from the days of the floppy disk, that I begrudge mp3-ing chip tunes. That said as I've gone back to symbian recently (android is ok as a touch-screen os, but it's an absolute pig to use for basic phone functions) so will be doing similar with my fave ST tunes (I use leonard's ym player to convert to WAV then fileformat to convert to mp3, is this similar to how you've done it?)
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