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HARDshit    [2006]

HARDshit Released by :
Vulture Design [web]

Release Date :
13 November 2006

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :
http://www.rafalszyja.republika.pl

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Raf of HVSC Crew, Vulture Design
Concept .... Raf of HVSC Crew, Vulture Design

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/34234/hardshit.rar (downloads: 980)

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User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 15 November 2006
if you mean HSDCLONE then I know what you are talking about , in not so far future I plan to make something like that , but with more features , like support for stereosid , possibly also support for sidcard equipped 264 series and so on.

I even used that HSDCLONE + PC64 cable live with my toshiba tecra 510cdt at north party 10 :)

and.. actually I'll try to add HSDCLONE passtrough to version 0.3 ;-)

Simon White emailed with help concerning passthrough using libsidplay/resid... so... some sweet things may finally come :P

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BTW better try HARDshit 0.2 too at HARDshit 0.2
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User Comment
Submitted by insane on 15 November 2006
Neato release! I did something similar some time ago. A HardSid-DLL-Clone which plays SIDData on a real C64 connected with a PC64 cable. How about using that for SID-Output on your plugin?
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 13 November 2006
well.. I tried to search a bit for reSID and libsidplay libraries - unfortuantely adding support for simultaneous playback and monitoring would be much harder than I thought at first. resid is actually only SID emulation engine requiring at least additional 6502 emulation lib/code , and libsidplay is "all in one ready to play" library , not allowing muting and so on = just load the PSID/RSID file and play it - this actually would lead to write sth actiling like lite sidplay2/w player in DLL :)
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 12 November 2006
if it's quite easily possible - I'll do pass-trough. But expect table with every single register listed sooner ;-) now I'm really busy so .. who knows when will I improve this DLL.
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 12 November 2006
you may put it in system folder. personally I prefer putting hardsid.dll into programs' dirs. both ways give same result though , unless you are h4xxx000r and have more than one hardsid.dll file in your system ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 12 November 2006
currently it doesn't pass-throught the sound. it only displays what's written to SID.
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 12 November 2006
sidplay/windows (not sidplay2/w - it requires special hardsid.dll for reason currently unknown to me) and acid64 are fully tested . Vice run with it (just ran sth with this DLL and it's okay) . CCS64 should . simply put the DLL in the directory with EXE files of mentioned programs.
User Comment
Submitted by Raf on 12 November 2006
quick attempt at making SID writes monitor.
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