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SK-Synth source?

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I'm interested in playing with the Sk-synth core mentioned on the RetroCade home page, but the entire http://www.sk-electronics.com site seems to have been non-functional for over a year at least. It's still there, but it just throws PHP errors.

Did anyone happen to checkout the code from http://www.sk-electronics.com/svn/repos/SK-Synth/trunk/ when it was available?  If so I'd love to get a copy.

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Thanks andY, I'll give that a try.  The web site is so badly broken I couldn't find any contact info. 

I have read about the Tiny Synth and XFM (https://www.futur3soundz.com/) projects, but neither appear to have published their RTL code, at least I couldn't find it.

I recently ported Greg Taylor's clone of the OPL3 to the surplus Panologic thin clients (https://github.com/skiphansen/panog1_opl3 and https://github.com/skiphansen/panog2_opl3) and I'm currently working on porting some of the RetroCade code.  The second generation Panologic device is based on a LX150 Spartan 6 and has a 24 bit capable Wolfson codec so it should be possible to make one heck of a nice synth for it.

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