Started by RolandRadio, 14:14, 18 March 20
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Quote from: Targhan on 15:54, 18 March 20MP3 is fine to me... I don't know what it the most efficient (in term of compression ration and decompression CPU resources... Yes, my ecological conscience is speaking )
Quote from: RolandRadio on 14:14, 18 March 20As we can stream in various formats and quality levels i'd like to ask, which stream format and quality you'd like to have to listen to roland radio. We can provide MP3, Ogg Vorbis, Opus and FLAC.
Quote from: GUNHED on 17:14, 18 March 20Nice, the CPC would need to download the complete song first then play it. But this should not be a problem, because it's only KBs instead of MBs. So actually you could stream AY/YM and MP3 in the same stream.
Quote from: GUNHED on 17:27, 18 March 20Well, MP3 files have documentation part. Thought it would be possible to integrate the short AY/YM parts there. But your way is also a nice one. On CPC side we got the M4 card and also the SF3 to access the internet. An application can be done for SymbOS, it already has the environment for that.
Quote from: RolandRadio on 17:52, 18 March 20As i am a total noob with the cpc itself i am not able to code an application under SymbOS to do the job. This should be a task for an experienced programmer as you are.
Quote from: Targhan on 17:59, 18 March 20And seriously, who will bother turning both his PC and CPC, a streaming radio, the whole setup just to listen on a crappy buzzer, or even on a speaker?
Quote from: TotO on 19:10, 18 March 20On CPC, I mainly do hardware and graphics. I dislike to code for hobby stuff as it was my main job during years.
Quote from: RolandRadio on 20:36, 18 March 20But would you be able to design a board for building a hardware Roland radio? Or do you know someone who can do this?
Quote from: GUNHED on 22:40, 18 March 20We have two of them: M4 and SF3.
QuoteI would prefer to use my CPC with the same "crappy" speaker you're using at your PC.
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