AtariTrek wrote:Excuse me if I am wrong about this.
I have been wondering if it would be a good idea to make a multitasking friendly alternative to control and play sound.
An application would be able to open a sound channel for sound output/input.
That way all the sound channels would be routed to the main output with EQ and Volume.
Also sound functions like Pan would be accessible, or even simple Reverb or Bit Conversion and Dither if programmed that way.
A great programmer could make proper exchangable routines for machines like the ST, Falcon or the Firebee and so on.
So I guess I am seeking a MiNT developer programmer.
AdamK wrote:... Firebee probably could do it, but it would require a lot of CPU time to do that ...
AtariTrek wrote:Yes I wrote the ST but obviously it is too slow (theoretically).
However EQ and Volume on the master output should be doable?
1st1 wrote:Xou can make Falcon's compatible audio Xbios functions to support AMiga's Paula soundchip. That would be usefull for Vampire-user.
1st1 wrote:If firebee can do, vampire should, too. Don't forget AMMX capapilities, this should be as powerfull as DSP.
Cyprian wrote:1st1 wrote:If firebee can do, vampire should, too. Don't forget AMMX capapilities, this should be as powerfull as DSP.
nope. there is no enough power to emulate DSP neither with ColdFire nor 68080.
But they add DSP support directly in FPGA code
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