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Chip-8 on the COSMAC VIP: Sound

This is part of a series of posts analysing the Chip-8 interpreter on the RCA COSMAC VIP computer. These posts may be useful if you are building a Chip-8 interpreter on another platform or if you have an interest in … Continue reading

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Audio Fundamentals Part Two: The Digital Representation of Sound

In the first part of this series I talked about what sound is and how a sound can be represented in analogue equipment. In this part of the series I’ll discuss how a sound can be represented in a digital … Continue reading

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Audio Fundamentals Part One: The Nature of Sound and its Electrical Analogue

One thing I love about current technology is that it’s really opened up the world of music making to anybody, even if they have a modest budget. Even a smart phone can be used to make music now, with hundreds … Continue reading

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