First post, by mikedebian
Hello. I would like to apologize in advance in case you're left a bit puzzled with the terminology I am using. English is not my main language, so I hope you understand.
I have a folder with a few PC Speaker songs that I'm able to play using the PC speaker in my Linux distribution. The command is "beep" and after that follows a sequence of frequencies, length tones and what have you, for which then it produces music.
So, this can give me a long list of frequencies (like over 2 thousand at times). I will upload the Monkey Island theme music for you to play, if you're either using a Linux distro, or if your Operating System understands the syntaxes after the command.
**What I'm wondering is that, I wish to have MORE music from MSDOS PC speaker games, like Outrun (I know it has 3-voice support), or Test Drive 1 and 2.**
This is also for archival purposes
Is there a way to use either DosBOX or DosEMU to output frequencies used in a game as sheet music, or as a list?
Is there an MSDOS application which can capture PC speaker music and list the raw frequencies used in a game?
Is there a Linux terminal application that can capture PC speaker sound and transcribe it to a frequency list?
Is there a website with resources for this?
The reason I am asking is because I've always loved the PC-Speaker and I've always loved PC-Speaker music. I hope I am not alone. I don't know where to post this, so I'm trying different subreddits.
[Link to pastebin with monkey island sheet music](https://pastebin.com/7EZ5vS4w)
[Link to beep application on github](https://github.com/johnath/beep/)