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Star Wars: Floppy Edition

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Re: Star Wars: Floppy Edition

Postby blackpheonix on Fri Sep 30, 2011 6:30 pm

Haha thats cool be nice if the guy had a tutorial on his website how he done it, then i might finally have a use for those floppy drives gathering dust in the attic.
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Re: Star Wars: Floppy Edition

Postby Pantho on Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:05 pm

I assume he just read information of the disk in short burts. Some decent tech knowledge gone into that me thinks ;)
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Re: Star Wars: Floppy Edition

Postby blackpheonix on Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:41 pm

Pantho wrote:I assume he just read information of the disk in short burts. Some decent tech knowledge gone into that me thinks ;)


on his website he states

The sound comes from a magnetic head moved by stepper motor. To make a specific sound, head must be moved with appropriate frequency. An ATMega microcontroller is generating those frequencies and it makes the drives play music.

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