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Thread: Atari sounds in command line

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    Atari sounds in command line

    I'm very bad at sound programming. Basically what I have an application in a command line program that makes sound effects, but right now I just use the "Beep" function to make low or high pitched sounds. I want to make something that sounds like an atari or NES explosion sound. Something like this (doesn't have to be very similar):


    Is it possible? Some code would be very appreciated

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    you should check out fmod or ufmod or something if you want chiptune style music support.

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    off topic:

    Wow, haven't seen you in forever idoik! Hope all is well

    Great, now even Kirupa is { facebooking | twittering }

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