Started by Baggey, October 13, 2023, 06:40:42
Quote from: Baggey on October 13, 2023, 06:40:42...In your tutorial you explain a 100hz Tone having 480 Steps. Is that 1 Complete Wave?Am, i right in saying at 48000 samples if i sent 109 square waves id get. 440.36Hz tone which would be a Square Wave "A above middle C" ...
QuoteIn the TGenerator Tutorial you use the OneStep() Function. So indeed we are making a wave for every Sample.If im following, we have created 480 samples using the OneStep() Function. Giving "1 to 0 to -1" which gives 2 changes for every sample sent Making the Square wave and sending that into Generator 1, which is our "Square Wave Generator" as 480 Samples.So we have made a Square Waved Tone of the Note "G2"
Quoteto find out what is right or wrong, we would need a vintage machine to compare the sounds at the speakers.
QuoteAs a developer you can play around with both ideas. I keep all optimizations and basic approaches in the Class.
YM.SetRegister 1, 123Type YM Function SetRegister(Adress:Int, Value:Int) Register[Adress]=Value and 255 End Function...
-- CBA CBARegister 7 = "00|101|001"
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