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Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

I am just coming back around to this. I wanted to mention I got around to trying The Lion King, and it works no problem with my DMA manipulation method. My method is very rudimentary, I intend to see how a subset of the tricks you implement in sbemu could be helpful to expand compatibility. After …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

Its a good one. here are just a few of mine. I can answer that one, it doesn't sound that bad really, it just depends on the laptop, "newer" ones use the same speakers for the integrated audio card out and the basic system speaker sounds, so it's quite good on those. On older models usually without …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

Yeah, the game/program puts the data into memory somewhere, configures the dma registers to point to it etc, then programs the DSP to do the transfer. if you look at sbdiag.cpp in the SnarkBarker project that can also help understand at least a single cycle dma transfer. Looking at the SnarkBarker …

Re: HardMPU, anyone?

dr.zeissler wrote on 2022-10-19, 15:42: Is it possible to combine a hardmpu with an adlib/CMS clone on a single 8Bit ISA card? Search for PicoGUS, it is an interesting project. Certainly you can do adlib/cms & hardmpu on the pico.

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

I've started playing with a different design, initially intended just for my NE2000 emulated wifi card, but I am able to do the soundcard stuff on it as well, and it so far a dramatically simplified design (electrically), which is one of the reasons this project has been slow to move, not because it …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

Yes, the current design is like the format of the joystick card above. it has a DB15 joystick/midi port (just soundblaster 1.5 midi port), and the stanard 1/4 audio jack. having it with an external dongle like the ibm 3d sound etc was adding cost and complexity to manufacturing. The Compaq LTE Elite …

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