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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #60 on: 2018.June.14. 10:41:08 »
I have translated to PDF the original DOC document describing the ports of the original Sunrise MP3 cartridge.

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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #61 on: 2018.June.14. 16:34:42 »
There have been some fixes on the SE-ONE firmware.

The Basic examples re-worked:
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #62 on: 2018.July.09. 16:50:08 »
Some fixes on SEplayer.bas and added Bustest.bas.

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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #63 on: 2019.February.08. 17:36:37 »
I have finished of transcribe and enhance the version 2 of the SEPLAYER.BAS program for the SE-ONE mp3 cartridge.

This is a video of it.
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #64 on: 2019.February.09. 08:26:05 »
coool !!! Great job!

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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #65 on: 2019.February.09. 10:16:01 »
Not so great.... the Microsoft Basic from MSX is different enough to be a problem.

On the other side, our IS- Basic has more power although slower, but the Enterprise has a lot of tricks to make it better, like video channels, that allow us to manage several screens and  interchange them immediatelly.

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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #66 on: 2019.February.09. 22:58:37 »
I wonder. Was someone able to use the SE-ONE in SymbOS? And did someone test the FM radio app? If i remeber correctly there was someone that were able to test it and sent me an email about changing the 4 colors
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #67 on: 2019.February.10. 00:58:09 »
Hello Edoz!

Yes!  It was me, gflorez.

I contacted you on MSX.ORG.

I showed you a video of my first prototype of M-Slot (MSX cartridge adapter for Enterprise).

In it you can see how the SE-ONE cartridge is controlled from the SymAmp and Radio applications.

But, being the Radio app made for more than 4 colours, the graphics are displaced.

As you probably know, Prodatron is making tests on the Enterprise SymbOS port with several MSX cartridges, including the SE-ONE and GFX-NINE.

It will be great if you make your Radio app 4 colours compatible.

Thanks.
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #68 on: 2019.February.10. 15:29:18 »
Sorry for my lazy response on your questions. Very nice to see that it was working! The radio-app i did was "desgined" for 16 colors as i never could think that the hardware would be working on a Enterprise machine! That is crazy! I will try to do my best to see if  can change it and have it work for 4 colors as well! .. if the gfx9000 is working at least you can see it in 16 colors as well :D :D
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #69 on: 2019.February.11. 12:20:18 »
I have fixed some errors on the SEPLAYER above.

I have tried the Zzzip compiler, it pass correctly the 4 phases and creates the two files.

But when I try to Run, it hangs. It even doesn't finish to modify the SEPLAY2.ZIP to its final shape of only two lines.


Please, what I am doing bad?
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #70 on: 2019.February.19. 12:10:46 »
Some fixes on the program. The presentation is still dull, but now a complete directory of songs can be played in a loop, and the joystick serves to advance or go back in the loop.

The Intro.mp3 file is  a short introduction played while the two windows are written in the background. It has to be placed on the root directory of the pen-drive on the SE-ONE USB.
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #71 on: 2019.April.02. 12:32:25 »
Hans has published an interesting but short video of how the SE-ONE started as a clone of the Sunrise mp3 cartridge:

https://youtu.be/OQF_67QSvJA

On the screen you can see a dull MSX app from the 90s era to test the files.

This was 2 years ago, now the SE-ONE has been integrated on the SymbiFace3 for CPC,  ready for its release probably before the summer.

But the development is not on idle on the other 3 computers that support SymbOS. Soon I will be gifted by Hans with a SymbiFace3(CPC) to make the first tests of connection to an Enterprise. Only I/O, because the memory pagination systems of the two computers are very different.

I have said 4 computers supported by SymbOS, don't forget the Amstrad PCW or Schneider Joyce, a CP/M native machine that  was widely sold on the 8 bit era mainly as a text processor.

The guru of the PCW is Habi, a spanish friend, the guy who created a colour input for Enterprise in only an hour.... Not the first,  that was Balaguesz.

As you know, Prodatron pursues the hardware convergence of the four computers. It happened  that Prodatron knew about Habi, but didn't have a contact from him. Then I asked Habi if he wanted to join  the SimbiFace development group, and he acceded.

Habi has already designed a MSX slot adapter for the PCW as a first step. I will aid him to beta-test it.
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Re: SE-ONE music file player
« Reply #72 on: 2019.April.09. 11:16:00 »
SampleBox.

New function added to the SE-ONE. A number of sample files can be defined to sound when an event is triggered, like a key or joystick movement.

This Basic example program shows how a key can be associated to a MP3 file. When the same event is found the execution is stopped and started again.

https://youtu.be/pG96MirymfI

Once defined the file name, the sample is launched with only three OUTs:  "OUT 38,0: OUT 39,N: OUT 38,128"

The samples must be placed on the SAMPLE directory at the root of the pen-drive.

Edit: I have added the files, just in case....