Hmm, I should try to finally fix my 486DX2 machine and start toying with OPL3
2 hours "wasted" while trying to find usable PLL chip for video synchronization, because I want to make a genlock for Amiga for fun :3
jk, I simply can't find any used genlock in Poland.
Anyway, gotta go back to parallel port sampler project. After 2-3 years of studying EE I want to finally make something useful...
My old-new WinXP machine started working again, this time with nForce2-based motherboard.
Unfortunately Pro Tools LE is hanging for some reason, so I can't use digi001 sound interface with it for now. Maybe there is an broken DDR RAM stick installed?
Now it's time to collect all post-2014 updates! (not those from POSready 2009, as I can't find an actual list of updates compatible with non-SSE2 systems yet)
boozedrome 3. coming this summer.
our amiga demo released at revision 2020.
You can't get enough of live shader coding? Then don't miss the upcoming DJ-set of Ronny at 21:00 CEST with visuals by evvvvil, wrighter, cosamentale and provod!
>try again (as always on sleepless nights) to convert melanchonic melody your brain is playing almost every night when you're taking a shower into ProTracker module
>instead make this small loop more fitting for chasing or boss fight
Maybe I should try learning some music theory, at least enough to know which key I should press to make a sound with given pitch? I suck at anything more artistic than chasing pointers xd
If people want an open network, stop shit-talking open things
I hear tech folks saying that RSS is dead, and people on social media saying that blogs are dead.
The problem with this is twofold:
- RSS is doing just fine, and not even remotely dead
- Blogs are doing just fine, and are not even remotely dead, either
There's this strange sort of defeatism around. "Well, we lost, so what can you do". Um, not undermine things that still work and are actively being used? Support them as well?
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko