Apple & Commodore questions

From: Doug Spence <>
Date: Sat Jul 11 01:17:17 1998

On Mon, 6 Jul 1998, The Adept wrote:

> The C64C utilized a reduced chip design, replaced the MOS6510 with
> an MOS8510 and SID was changed but not for the better (could only do
> 3 voices instead of 4, don't remember if it was the white noise
> channel that was dropped) and the VIC-II also received a new
> chip revision.

I don't think any voices were dropped from the SID, it always had three
music voices plus white noise. The problem was that Commodore 'fixed' a
'bug' (aka feature) in the SID chip. This 'bug' had been used to play
digitized sound samples.


> Dan

Doug Spence
Received on Sat Jul 11 1998 - 01:17:17 BST

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