Commodore 64 SID player for MSX.
RoboSID plays SID music files using the OPL4 (for example MoonSound) or Playsonic, emulating both the 6510 cpu and SID chip used in the C64. It is limited to PSID files for both PAL and NTSC, RSID files are not supported. An MSX2 with DOS2 and 128KB at least is needed. Note that some songs are too much for the regular MSX2 and for those a faster MSX is required. The program was developed using BlueMSX and tested on a real TurboR (in both R800 and Z80 mode).
RoboSID [-4 | -S] < filename >[.SID]
With -4 for OPL3/4 output only, -S for PlaySoniq output only. Without any of these options it will just play on any of supported the hardware found, giving you a nice stereo output :-) While playing use left and right for selecting next and previous song, up and down for first and last song. Escape to exit.
Some example files are included, literally thousands more can be found at http://www.hvsc.c64.org/
* 20170221 Version 1.7
New in this version are a number of commandline options:
ROBOSID [/O | /T | /S] [.SID] /Ox: Output 1=OPL 2=SID 3=Force all | default all detected /Tx: Timing 1=OPL 2=VDP | default OPL when detected /Sx: Speed 1=50hz 2=60hz | default use value in SID file
The options can be used in any order and combination. Using the OPL timer the display is no longer set to 50 or 60hz. Also standalone playing on the Playsoniq with or without any OPL3/4 present is now possible.
* 20160723 Version 1.5
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