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  1. Just saw this: https://github.com/gtaylormb/opl3_fpga
  2. I was able to get it to compile by changing: #include "zstdio.h" to #include "stdio.h" in HardwareSerial.h and ptplay.cpp
  3. A wishbone peripheral of the sound generation portion of the Atari TIA chip. Example sketch is a port from Teensy to ZPUino of the Atari TIA synth by Brian Peters: http://www.worldwidewebside.com/brianpeters/?page_id=198
  4. I used the Designlab tutorials to make a wishbone peripheral out of the sound portion of the argh2600 project. Here is a quick demo: https://youtu.be/tuqGfEaryp0
  5. It looks to me like the code on OpenCores is more complete even though it specifically calls out the OPL2 as not fully working
  6. Trying to remember where I left off with this. If I recall I had a .nsf player and there seemed to be some timing issues and I wasn't sure if the problem was with the player or in the HDL. Would like to get a VGM player working to both test the NES peripheral as well as being a general purpose player for other chips.
  7. This project has some arduino source that might be a good starting point: http://www.smspower.org/forums/11547-HardwareVGMPlayerUsingSN76489Chip
  8. Have you seen this device?: http://gimic.net/index.php?Getting%20Started%20with%20G.I.M.I.C Looks like it has a VGM player, doesn't appear to be open source from what I can tell though.
  9. I just discovered the VGM file format: http://www.smspower.org/Music/VGMFileFormat Seems like a VGM player would be a good fit for the Retrocade synth since a single player could be used for many chips.
  10. Thanks, I'll dig in and see if I can make use of it
  11. On this page: http://audio.gadgetfactory.net/index.php?n=Main.YM2149MIDISynthesizer there is this quote: "There is open source VHDL for NES, Atari 2600, SoundBlaster FM synth, and other sound chips that is available." I have found HDL for NES and Atari 2600, haven't been able to find any FM chips. Anybody have a link?
  12. I submitted a pull request for my library for the 2A03 and wishbone peripherals for both the 2A03 APU and the Atari TIA
  13. I made a basic Ctrlr panel to control/test the chip via midi: http://ctrlr.org/ I looked at the flowstone retrocade control panel, but there seemed to be a learning curve there and I had already used ctrlr. I am working through the details of how midi should control things, and using NSF files to try and identify any issues with the chip implementation. Once I get through some of that I'll make a video.
  14. Perfect, I have it working now, more to show off in the video