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June 1, 2011

DIY SID (Commodore 64 Music) Player

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If you were fortunate enough to have a Commodore 64 back in the day you probably remember playing all the cool games with the funky tunes playing in the background. This DIY SID Player project will let you listen to those old tunes on the go using a PIC microcontroller and some cool interface methods.

Via: Dangerous Prototypes

“The SSD1308 OLED displays the filesystem, and the rotary encoder is used to scroll up and down. By pressing the rotary encoder button one can change into a subdirectory or start a .sid tune for playing. The screen content is rendered into a framebuffer in RAM and transferred using DMA autonomously. In playing-mode the OLED displays some tune information, the selected subtune and the playing time.”



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