dg at cowlark.com
Thu Mar 2 18:46:17 GMT 2006
On Thursday 02 March 2006 17:51, Cliff Lawson wrote:
> For Linux use I'm therefore gonna suggest that you are probably limited to
> PWT and your choice of the 12 notes in each of four octaves.
Back in the old BBC days I had a speech synth (Superior Software's SPEECH, and
I've still to find a cheapo speech synth for my PC that was as good) that
worked by playing a continuous tone on the SN76489 sound chip and then
modulating the four-bit amplitude very quickly. Could a similar trick be done
to wrange sampled sound out of the PWT?
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