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I managed to compile the TinySID library for the CUI32. This library can play music from the Commodore 64 by emulating its 6502 CPU and 6581 SID (Sound Interface Device). Everything is done in software -- no additional hardware is needed.

Usage: Connect a headphone or line-in to the RD0 pin. Different tunes can be selected by pressing the PROG button on the CUI32.

The firmware can be downloaded from Google Code: http://cui32.googlecode.com/files/sid.zip

Have fun,

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Comment by Dan Overholt on May 6, 2010 at 10:39pm
This is extremely cool - thanks for sharing!
Comment by Mudo on May 15, 2010 at 11:14pm

I'm doing some advertisment at forums in my country... maybe will be great idea send some info to peter kirn at Createdigitalmusic.com

Comment by Dave Wilson on June 8, 2010 at 5:49pm
Bought 2off CUI32 boards a few days ago. Been playing around with onboard StickOS basic and its just great. Really good little application and a great intro to the board too. I need to do some more intensive register and timer accessing now so 5 mins ago I started exploring how to load .HEX progs using the onboard bootloader. Loaded your SID Commodore 64 Music file, reset the beast and am now bathed in early 1980's home computer electro music !!!! What with Commodore 64 sounds AND good old 10..20.. goto 1980's style BASIC I'm just about in Heaven !! all I need now is an Audi Quattro with Dave Bowie on the 8 track player and I'm a "Life on Mars" extra !!! Really big thanks to Dan, Markus and Rich (of StickOS fame) for Really GREAT work and products. Well done guys :)


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