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zsid, 6581 sid player by vincent penne
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download for zsid, 6581 sid player by vincent penne - 318KB zipped
now before anyone accuses me of evading the truth...
yes! SID music will remind you of midi music. there! are you happy?!?!
i know what makes SID music, it's the 6581 chip in a commodore computer.
but i don't know what makes a midi file midi music... if this makes any sense to you.
there are alot of websites out there that will talk in length about SID music,
the 6581 Sound Interface Device chip, and the glories of the commodore.
but midi music.... i guess i haven't looked that hard, but it seems to me that
midi music is taken for granted.
and enjoy!!!
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