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Vibrants FM   [2017]

Vibrants FM Released by :
Xentax [web]

Release Date :
9 July 2017

Type :
C64 Music Collection


User rating:**********  9.8/10 (15 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Mr. Mouse of Xentax
Graphics .... Accept
Text .... JCH of Vibrants
  Mr. Mouse of Xentax

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/159233/vibrants_fm.zip (downloads: 816)

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Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 9 July 2017
C64 code by Mr.Mouse/XeNTaX for the SFX Sound Expander (SFXSE) peripheral
Kickassembler source code, using Relaunch64 as IDE.

Based on JCH's original Edlib Tracker x86 code

XeNTaX, 9th of July 2017
Website: http://www.xentax.com or http://c64.xentax.com
Email: mr.mouse@xentax.com or info@xentax.com

The readme has the following chapters:
* Contents
* Usage
* Summary
* Main routines/Other routines
* Acknowledgements


This zip file contains:
* vibrants_fm.d64 (Commodore 64 disk image)
* edlibv200_player_v020_release_jul2017.asm (Kickassembler source code)
* readme.txt (this file)

The D64 file containts:
* VIBRANTS FM, the music collection, that uses the Edlib Tracker D00 player code I created.
* D00PLAYER02, the player for D00 files (INIT $1000, PLAY $1003).


You know the drill, if you have an SFX Sound Expander, then run it on actual hardware.
If you don't, run it on WinVICE 3.1. Make sure you select the SFX Sound Expander:
go to Settings->Cartridge/IO Settings->SFX Sound Expander Settings and enable it. You can choose
between YM3526 or YM3812. The original hardware has YM3526.
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