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#1
Emulators / Plus DMA Repeat instruction in...
Last post by dthrone - Today at 21:28
I'm a bit confused by how Winape treats the Plus DMA Repeat instruction.

The Arnold V doc states "The argument field (N) of the REPEAT instruction is actually the number of times the loop is taken. The block of code between REPEAT and LOOP instructions is therefore executed N+1 times."  I don't quite understand what this means.

In a Repeat (&2NNN) / Loop (&4001) loop Winape seems to output the PSG data in between NNN+1 times.  In the Arnold emulator and on a real GX the data seems to be outputted NNN times.

So my sound is bugged in Winape but not on real hardware or in Arnold :(
#3
Demos / Re: Horror demo by Goldwyn-Mei...
Last post by ralferoo - Today at 20:50
:laugh:

For some reason I liked this more than I should!
#4
Demos / Re: 1Kraftwerk by 'PulkoMandy'
Last post by ralferoo - Today at 20:43
Nice little demo especially for 1KB. 

@ComSoft6128 - I noticed all of the longer links are broken though as they're all chopped off at the ... so only demozoo and the info-shinra links work.
#5
Finally got my second monitor setup. Still can't source a Raspberry PI zero for a sensible price so the Model B will have to do.You cannot view this attachment.
#6
Thanks will switch to using IX.
#7
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on Today at 17:32He he - bit of a beast this:
I want this!  :D
#8
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on Today at 18:181989 review here:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/amstrad-studio-100/5230


And this critical review of the Amstrad CKX100 keyboard is also worth looking at.

"It is of little use to those who can play, and for those who cannot it is likely to prevent them ever learning. Perhaps the best thing that can be said is that the CKX100 makes a better present for an 11 year old than a box of Transformers. But Yamaha and Casio are better still."

Full review here:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/ckx-100/5226
Ah it's not that good *shocked*
#9
Quote from: zhulien on Today at 17:51Do you have a quick start guide to setup the pi for pi-side dev?

There should be all you need to know to get started on the GitHub wiki. That describes how to get the basic loopback tests working, and you will find example code in the sw/  folder of the repository. Once you've managed to run a loopback then getting the BBC BASIC VDU code demo running is fairly straight forward, but see earlier in this thread for a list of additional Raspbian dependencies to install.

#10
1989 review here:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/amstrad-studio-100/5230


And this critical review of the Amstrad CKX100 keyboard is also worth looking at.

"It is of little use to those who can play, and for those who cannot it is likely to prevent them ever learning. Perhaps the best thing that can be said is that the CKX100 makes a better present for an 11 year old than a box of Transformers. But Yamaha and Casio are better still."

Full review here:
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/ckx-100/5226
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