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Sidplay/w 2.6   [2011]

Released by :
Inge

Release Date :
23 December 2011

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (12 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.6/10 (6 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Adam Lorentzon of HVSC Crew
  Inge of HVSC Crew

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/101312/sidplay26w.zip (downloads: 26779)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/149592/sidid.cfg (downloads: 75)

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User Comment
Submitted by Photon on 26 March 2016
Humm I used SidPlay2 on my old PC but with this one on my new PC I can't get any sound even though my detected sound card is selected. SID plugin for XMPlay worked right away, using that until I know what's up.
User Comment
Submitted by morphfrog on 11 September 2015
Anyone know where I can download this resid patches so I can create a sidplay2 build for my Linux system?
User Comment
Submitted by Shinobi on 19 May 2015
I noticed that this one plays high pass filtered sounds at very low volume, I kept wondering and wondering what I did wrong with SID-Wizard until I finally tested with another version.
Who would've thought of that! lol

So now I'm going back to an older version, aswell.
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 13 May 2015
I went back to 2.5. This version is messing up too much SIDs I like to listen to. I hope an update will soon. Probably not :)

Also, has anyone ever given though to update the UI? This thing is ancient, and the playlist GUI is terrible.
User Comment
Submitted by WdW on 10 May 2015
I am having problems playing Martin Galway's "Wizball" main tune especially. The lead voice keeps changing volume. I've played with the filter settings but cannot get rid of it. Any tips??
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 19 January 2014
normally in c:\windows\Sidplay2w.ini
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 4 December 2013
to get stereo ... try playing a stereo tune =P
User Comment
Submitted by theWizard on 1 November 2013
ian: i know ,i ment mixer btw not stereo.

i just took another look at this ,is it me or does every tune play in mono even when stereo is turned on or is it just very poor stereo support

even with headphones it still sounds mono or only 'just' stereo when stereo is on , also no way to change filter?.

i also noticed it didnt play some old tunes one that springs to mind is paper boy.

http://hvsc.perff.dk/MUSICIANS/C/Cooksey_Mark/Paperboy.sid

and it thinks some tunes are ntsc when they arent is that normal?

it probably needs updating to the latest residfp and libsidplayfp like this one has been.

WOW C64 Surround Sound SIDPlayer V1.0
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 31 October 2013
thewizard: this version uses residFP and has stereo support already.
User Comment
Submitted by theWizard on 31 October 2013
good release matey , but i have no idea why he took out the filter and stereo , i seen this and thought id done something simalar in the past , i had so i just posted it here
Surround Sound Stereo Sidplay 2 fp sid player

full filter support and stereo
floating point support also , threw in a few sids for a quick start just unzip to desktop and read the read me , deadsimple to use.
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 24 May 2013
What NecroPolo said :D only that it wasn't not knowing but mere laziness. Listening mostly on real hw I didn't care too much about PC player as long as it mostly works. But finally I also overcame my laziness and updated my June 2005 version :) Was really worth it! Great features! Thanks a lot!

PS: And pllleease leave the looks/interface as simple, plain and clear as it is. Everyting which I can make look like Win98 on my screen makes me sooo happy. Let's not be jealous on colorful huppyfluppy stuff of other systems pimps, this is about music, not visual pr0n ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Dane on 3 January 2013
It doesn't seem to work for me. Ok, if I'm lucky some kind soul will make a proper .sid out of Hexadecimal [stereo] then. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 3 January 2013
I think $d420, $de00, and $df00 are more common in actual 2sid hardware. At least in more recent day 2sid hardware. Not sure for older 2sid hardware though. Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong.

(The latter two adresses may of course conflict with common carts, but everyone knows that...)
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 3 January 2013
@Dane: $D500 is fine. In the header of the SID file you can specify the address of the second SID chip. See the SID file format specification.
You can write $50 at offset $007A in the SID header to specify $D500. Make sure you set the SID file header version to $0003.
User Comment
Submitted by Dane on 3 January 2013
Trying to make my first 2SID...so what adress does this version recognise as the second chip? (In my player I used D500, but that can be fixed I suppose)
User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 11 November 2012
Damn! I mean, how the HELL could I skip this one for so long? Awesome release, in retrospect.
User Comment
Submitted by G-Fellow on 10 November 2012
Could you guys please make a new skin for Sidplay2/w? I saw this Linux player XMMS-SID and I get a bit jealous! :)
User Comment
Submitted by G-Fellow on 20 October 2012
Awesome work! Thank you guys for Sidplay/w 2.6 !!!!

10/10

(I use it already nearly a year, I thought it is time to thank you!)
User Comment
Submitted by Pouso-G on 3 May 2012
Will we get the mixer back? :D
Great release!
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 8 March 2012
Nice work Inge!

@Jammer, it's not filter saturation on 8580, it's signal overdrive bug :) And yes, it's not emulated.






User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 19 February 2012
Just going through the 2SID tunes, thanks for the option to hear them. Great.
User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 27 December 2011
Finally, my favourite SID player which now supports 2SIDs, including mono-ouput playback! \o/

One little bug I noticed... after you select "mono" on playback settings, and then you select another .sid, it resets to "stereo" again. Not a biggie though.

Anyway, thanks guys for the great work!
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 24 December 2011
sidplay2w.exe uses resampling (a bit more heavy on the CPU)
sidplay2w-int.exe uses interpolation (less CPU intensive)
User Comment
Submitted by Monte Carlos on 24 December 2011
What is the difference between the two .exe's sidplay2w.exe and sidplay2w_int.exe?

User Comment
Submitted by Randall on 24 December 2011
player identification! stereo support! marvellous.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 24 December 2011
Already in use here :D I see that PolyTracker bugs have been fixed, splendid. Booker told me recently about 8580's feature that hasn't been emulated so far. Precisely, SID starts to saturate and choke by the lowest cutoff. I remember having been really upset hearing my Galaxy Bounce recorded from real thing and thought - WTF? Actually, that's a nice example of this phenomenon.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 24 December 2011
Nice! Already using it!
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 23 December 2011
there are a lot of presents for us on the scene this year... feels great!
User Comment
Submitted by Sixx/G★P on 23 December 2011
Is it just me, or does this one sound ALOT better than 2.5? Keep up the good work.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 23 December 2011
This is not the final version but works. There are some bugs but nothing that compromises normal usage. Should have been released at LCP 2011 but time isn't always available when you need it.
Inge agreed to release this version anyway, must keep ppl happy until the final debug is done.
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