First Spear Posted December 17, 2020 Share Posted December 17, 2020 Hi all. An IntyBASIC program with music uses 2 voices, compiled this way: intybasic --title mustemp mustemp.bas mustemp.asm "." as1600 -o "mustemp" -l "mustemp.lst" -j "mustemp.smap" -s "mustemp.sym" mustemp.asm" jzintv --gfx-palette=jzintvpalette01.txt --rand-mem -b10 -v1 -z "800x600,8" -e "C:\Program Files (x86)\jzIntv\bin\exec.bin" -g "C:\Program Files (x86)\jzIntv\bin\grom.bin" mustemp.bin This executes as expected. Adding additional ECS channels to the music, compiled with the same commands above, makes jzIntv report this: Loading: .\mustemp.bin .\mustemp.cfg Compatibility: ECS Requires Intellivoice Tolerates Intellivision II Tolerates Keyboard Component Tolerates TutorVision Tolerates JLP Support: JLP Accel Disabled JLP Flash Sectors 0 ECS ROM: No such file or directory ERROR: Could not read ECS ROM image 'ecs.bin' I expected the .bin to launch and play music but only with the first AY chip not including the ECS music. I think I am forgetting something because I have been away from my code for so long, but IIRC this used to work in previous versions of IntyBASIC and/or jzIntv, where if the ECS was not present then only the first AY chip would be used, but if the ECS was present then both would be used. All ideas appreciated on what is/not happening here. I think I'm missing a compilation switch somewhere? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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