Retro Computing

Z80 Retro Computing with Arduino

The ZilogZ80 CPU is an 8-bit based microprocessor. It was introduced by Zilog in 1976 as the startup company’s first product. The Z80 was conceived by Federico Faggin in late 1974. The Z80 was software compatible (!) with the Intel 8080 machine language. It added several extensions and was the heart of the ZX Spectrum. Zilog Z80 is the chip who powered half of the ’80 microcomputers. …

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Stereo Sid 2.0.6 update

After a bunch of years, I am happy to announce StereoSID 2.0.6 is here to stay. It spots a new sid_player example and some optimization on the I2C implementation. MOS6581 SID Emulator Arduino Library with stereo capability https://github.com/daitangio/sid-arduino-lib 2 forks. 22 stars. 1 open issues. Recent commits: Merge pull request #3 from per1234/keywords_txt-multiple-tabsUse a single …

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Arduino Stereo sid

Arudino StereoSID emulates the SID sound chip of the famous Commodore 64. It is based on the Atmega8 MOS6581 SID Emulator from Christoph Haberer. Library conversion and memory optimization by Mario Patino. Stereo Effect by Giovanni Giorgi MOS6581 SID Emulator Arduino Library with stereo capability https://github.com/daitangio/sid-arduino-lib 2 forks. 22 stars. 1 open issues. Recent commits: …

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