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Hello,

all my work on Archimedes is available on my github

https://github.com/ericde45/

you can find a complete 3D calculations using an optimise matrix, and the module player doing the 4 voices in 1 pass.

i think i will stop working on the Archimedes,
i was bringing some top level graphist and musician from the Atari world but Zarchos just thought that he was a better graphist than Mic ( https://demozoo.org/sceners/647/ ) and started altering his sprites in the generated code he created.

and as always with Zarchos, he is sure he is right anyway.

for me it is not right to change the work offered freely to your project in the back of someone who is really a good graphist, and Zarchos did not accept that so he left the project. and now, of course, as this is Zarchos, he uses his position in the Archimedes scene to denigrate me.

Zarchos is excluded from a lot of website, including this forum, and now i can understand why.

if you have questions about the work i nthe github, you can contact me, and you can use this code as you want.
( if you feel daring enough to change hardware registers without Risc Os :) )
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Really sorry to hear this! Despite our disagreements on the forum I was genuinely looking forward to seeing what you were producing.

Surprised to here Zarchos has a "position in the Archimedes scene" though - I thought we'd banned him from most of it.
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thanks for your answer
i never take discussion on line really seriously, this is only an hobby, we can have different ideas, but everybody does as he wants, i don't think that i own the holy and only way to do things :)

if you want to see what was going on, you can find it on the few youtube videos i made :

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe3HYP ... jJQsYdtmQw

about Zarchos position in the Archimedes scene, i don't know exactly if i have the right feeling about that, i 'm too young in the archimedes world, but in the french retro computing forums, he is always around, some thousand messages each time :)
and i think in France, about Archimedes, he must be the only one really knowing this range of retro computers.
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Hi ericde45,

Sorry to hear you feel negatively now about your project. I'm increasingly frustrated that a few noisy people in this scene deem themselves so important that they can go round bossing others around, taking over and upsetting others. It's one thing to be proactive where there are no others actively involved, its another thing to bulldoze other people and their work.

I know it doesn't help, but neither he, nor the other loud people throwing their comments around represent the rest of us, the substantial silent majority / other people happy just enjoying using and playing with the platform.

Don't let the loud disruptive people put you off!

Paul.
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I like that you starting bringing LSP to the Archimedes.

(To those who don't know LSP (Light Speed Player) is Leonard's new Amiga low CPU overhead module play routine.

https://github.com/arnaud-carre/LSPlayer

I'm a big fan of Leonard / Oxygene having met him at a demo coding party once.

Please continue your work, it's fun. Don't let anyone ruin it for you. Find some new people to hang out with. Like us.
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thanks for the support !
i'm not sure i met Arnaud/Leonard because if i did, it was aroung 1992, and he was not as famous as in 2021 :)
i might have crossed his path in the Transbeauce parties, or during other demo parties.

be sure i will come back ot LSP for Archimedes once Leonard has released the PC part source, as i will make a 8 voices version of the PC part of LSP.
my 8 voices version of the Archimedes is already OK, using 2 four voices modules.

https://youtu.be/nj-PnwmIirk

and i have an idea from a long time, about some other Leonard's work and Archimedes...
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ericde45 wrote:
Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:47 pm
i'm not sure i met Arnaud/Leonard because if i did, it was aroung 1992, and he was not as famous as in 2021 :)
Cool. I met him at STNICCC in 2000. Where he released the demo that has since been ported to pretty much ever platform including Archimedes.

https://github.com/kieranhj/stniccc-archie

ericde45 wrote:
Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:47 pm
i will make a 8 voices version of the PC part of LSP.
my 8 voices version of the Archimedes is already OK, using 2 four voices modules.
8 voices? The Amiga only had 4 HW voices and 8 voice modules (octomed for example) had software mixing. I don't really know how the PC part of LSP works but I had assumed it was for standard .mod format files only (but you have SotB which is an exotic format .DW)
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i have an idea from a long time, about some other Leonard's work and Archimedes...
STSound would be interesting. The Atari ST sound chip emulator.
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Just to note - this is really about encouraging someone to continue developing.
I think we'd all do well not to get caught up in a to-and-fro :)
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i made a LHA / LZH ( -lh5- type files ) depacker in ARM assembler
it might be useful if you want to decompress some parts of your EXE
it allocates memory using Risc OS


https://github.com/ericde45/LHA_ARM
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a little wake up there !

YM2149 emulation moved to ARM/Archimedes
( YM file format by Arnaud Carré : http://leonard.oxg.free.fr/ )

https://youtu.be/l0EGBN4yUkQ

as usual, github hosts the source :

https://github.com/ericde45/YM2149
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Cool stuff. I've just been talking to Leonard about YM7 the new format supporting more SID wavelets.
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Great work! =D> Thanks for sharing your code and videos. This is really inspiring and I look forward to digging into things more when I get chance to start some new Archie projects.
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a1exh wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 10:30 am
Cool stuff. I've just been talking to Leonard about YM7 the new format supporting more SID wavelets.
so help me push him, so that he realeases the new YM7 format :)

some very good recent tunes need YM7 for buzzer or Sinus Sid management.

my code is a complete adapatation of his work. nothing more.
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