SteveB Posted January 15, 2022 Share Posted January 15, 2022 Hi 99ers, there are plenty of graphic tools around for our beloved TI-99/4a, but very few for audio. Instead of building a mediocre audio editor we decided to use the greatest free music notation tool MuseScore and just build a bridge to the TI. With the included soundfont you can hear how your score will sound on the TI. Since MuseScore can import MIDI files, you can use them as a base as well. We use the MusicXML format to create CALL SOUND or DATA sequences for the TI. You may cut&paste to a TI emulator, TiCodEd or save as a FIAD TI-FILE program using the LibXBTKN32.DLL library. Examples: Fuer Elise.mp3 Program: elise Score: Für_Elise.mscz Lullaby.mp3 Program: lullaby Here is a short video introduction: The program is a Windows 32 bit application that comes with a manual, a small MusicXML example and Lazarus source. TI-MuseScore4a.zip Enjoy, SteveB and Grammostola 12 8 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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