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SID Duzz' It V2.1.7   [2014]

SID Duzz' It V2.1.7 Released by :

Release Date :
12 October 2014

Type :
C64 Tool

SDI V2.1.7

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (5 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... 6R6 of Nostalgia, SHAPE
  GT of Maniacs of Noise, SHAPE

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User Comment
Submitted by vincenzo on 30 October 2021
SDI is a great music editor but the struggle with compiling the music is... I understand this was not intended to be a tool for the masses but... why are player features set to disabled in the code by default? And the manual mentions "Press ←+L to load ”S.SDI21-N50” and I was wondering why it doesn't work. Of course, you have to press ← first, then L.
Anyway, I made a music with SDI, achievement unlocked.
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Submitted by GH on 13 December 2020
Was hoping someone was about to make this a windows version already...
SDI 2.2.1 next year maybe? :D
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 20 March 2016
Selecting edit modes with F4 is untouched and is present as it should be.
I have used this version of the editor to create many songs the last two years, I don't know why you can't use the F4 key.
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Submitted by SIDWAVE on 16 February 2015
removing edit from F4 keypress, is useless mistake. its best to hear notes while entered. composing in blind with this, so not gonna use it.
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Submitted by PAL on 3 February 2015
hehe... this tool was created by geir and also grg and it was created for them.... so that you all can use it is a bonus and not a burden of them.
User Comment
Submitted by mstram on 3 February 2015
In Vice 2.4.15, this release can't read 1.8 files, nor can 1.8 read 2.17 files.
User Comment
Submitted by Rayne on 31 October 2014
As this is a native tool, there's no need for a cross-assembler compatible player source. I'd rather use the object file of the finalized tune if I'd really need cross-assembling.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 28 October 2014
The first copple of years i felt like bitbreaker.
Now i just love the way it is. Who needs modern toolchains :D
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 17 October 2014
c64 is not modern either, you still use and develop for it :P :)
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Submitted by Bitbreaker on 17 October 2014
How's about delivering the source in a format that is suitable for crossassembling? Same goes for the dump. It can only be attached with the special TASS version on disk (other version like the build in version in RR choke), which is so broken that it can't even write the object file directly to disk. Also an extra byte has to be saved to not break the song. This is all, but not a modern toolchain. Sorry to say that.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 12 October 2014
Good work!
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