Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

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Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by msch » Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:34 pm

Our well known friend Yerzmyey is featured today on heise.de

https://www.heise.de/make/meldung/Chipt ... 76371.html

Google translate (scroll down):
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... edit-text=
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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by gammaray » Fri Feb 23, 2018 11:16 pm

I cannot get the translate on Firefox from Google, gives error. Anyone else?
5-TS1000,UK ZX81<-Sheelagh, US ZX81, 2-TS1500/KDLX , 3-TS2040 printer, 2-TS2020 cassette decks, ZXPAND+AY, ZeddyNET, ZXBlast, UDG, ZX8CCB, AERCO, BUILDS/REPAIRS ZX Spectrum, ZX80 Minstrel, ZXMAX48 v1 v2, 2-TS-2068, ROM, 16kRAM

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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by msch » Sat Feb 24, 2018 7:43 am

Hmm, here it works.
But I have to scroll down because the beginning of the page is blank.

Google translation:
Music from the Raspi, without additional hardware? No problem, says Chiptune fan Yerzmyey. He has created and recorded an album directly with the single-board computer.
"Some people say Raspis are not good for music, they're WRONG." With his album "RPi ZWEI", the Polish musician Yerzmyey will also present the proof. He has completely created and recorded the five songs of the album on a Raspberry Pi 2.
For the Chiptune artist uses directly the processor of the Raspi, the Broadcom BCM2836, and pulse width modulation. The resulting tones are limited to 11 bits and 40 MHz. If you would like to record your own songs with your own single-board computer, you can do so with the software MilkyTracker, which also uses Yerzmyey. He has been working with hardware from ZX Spectrum to Atari to the Amiga since 1989 and since 2015 with the Raspberry to make electronic music and in particular chiptunes. He is also a member and co-founder of the group AY Riders, who make music with different spectrums. (HCH)
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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by siggi » Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:19 am

msch wrote:
Sat Feb 24, 2018 7:43 am

Google translation:
And here are the two links, which are not accessible within the text of the gooble translation:

https://ay-riders.speccy.cz/

http://milkytracker.titandemo.org/
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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by gammaray » Sat Feb 24, 2018 5:41 pm

I went past the first 10 blank pages and quit looking because there were 20 more!
5-TS1000,UK ZX81<-Sheelagh, US ZX81, 2-TS1500/KDLX , 3-TS2040 printer, 2-TS2020 cassette decks, ZXPAND+AY, ZeddyNET, ZXBlast, UDG, ZX8CCB, AERCO, BUILDS/REPAIRS ZX Spectrum, ZX80 Minstrel, ZXMAX48 v1 v2, 2-TS-2068, ROM, 16kRAM

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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by XavSnap » Mon Feb 26, 2018 6:42 am

Hi,

I love the "Alien encounter" sample #3 !
:D
Last edited by XavSnap on Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:20 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: Yerzmyey featured on heise.de

Post by msch » Mon Feb 26, 2018 7:27 pm

Yerzmyeye is also featured in MagPi Issue 67 (page 10). Free download:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/issues/67/
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