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Retro Gamer Collection Vol.4.pdf



Published by Bitmap Books, the Visual Compendium series has covered significant home computers and consoles from gaming history and more recently has focused on the NES and SNES systems. Packed with screenshots, exclusive interviews and in-depth features, the series has become incredibly popular with retro gamers and collectors alike, and the Master System edition is the first to have official approval from a hardware manufacturer, with Sega coming on board to offer exclusive access to key developers.




Retro Gamer Collection Vol.4.pdf


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SID (short for Sound Interface Device) is the name of the sound chip used in the VC 10, C64 and C128. The SID was developed by Bob Yannes, an employee of the firm MOS Technology. Bob (Robert) Yannes knows, beside technical know-how, a lot of music. His intention was to implement a real subtractive synthesis chip, totally different from all other home computer sound devices of its time. The chip's distinctive sound is easily recognized and was clearly ahead the competition. The chip combines analogue and digital circuitry, that cannot be emulated with 100% fidelity even today. Emulated sounds do come very close to the original and a layperson is not likely to notice the difference. The SID sound is well known among retro gamers.


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