On a final note, you could do the same thing with the C64 disk drive. I
ran a demo once and it played a tune on the 1541.. Might have been
Jingle Bells, but probably not.
PS. http://www.lemon64.com/ and http://www.zzap64.co.uk/ and let this be
the last of the nostalgia for another year.. :)
Justin Mason wrote:
> As Kate said, there was an app for the Amiga that could play tunes using
> the floppy drive motor. I've also heard of a similar one for some UNIX,
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