MasterPlayer is an Adlib and OPL3 music & sound editor for the PC, created by my good friend Peter Jørgensen back around 1994 – 1997. I only contributed to the program creation with some design suggestions and some “character-graphics” – that was created in the ANSI/ASCII text-editor program ‘TheDraw‘.
Most of my tracks made in ‘MasterPlayer’ was remakes of the old ‘Editor’ scores from Amiga. Most of the converted songs was batch converted and done over a single week. The original songs all contained samples – that was the standard on the Amiga – but not in ‘MasterPlayer’. This all meaning that I haven’t been able to transfer the mood nor the feeling from the original song to the new song.
I did create some brand new tracks in MasterPlayer, though.
Moving to present time – in a manner of speaking. Some of my earlier posts is about a project called ‘Project Ymer’. In all its essence it’s a YM 2149 sound-chip emulator. The YM 2149 sound chip was to be … Continue reading →
The next logical step, after all the music from the old-skool 8-bit platform of Commodore 64 and the 16-bit platforms of Atari ST and Amiga, is the 32-bit and now 64-bit, PC platform. This was many years before integrated, standardized … Continue reading →
It does not stop here! A new editor has seen the light of day. A new editor for the Atari ST sound-chip emulator project, Project Ymer, (YM 2149) on the PC that functions as an extension of a project that was … Continue reading →
Masterplayer is an Adlib and OPL3 music and sound editor for the PC. MasterPlayer is far more advanced than “our” former players on both Atari ST and Amiga. And with 9 channels in the good old fashioned computer chiptune quality. Masterplayer, is like … Continue reading →
After a couple of audio projects on the PC and a big break from programming, Peter J wanted to get back his roots, on the Atari ST, and therefore he developed an Atari ST sound-chip emulator (YM 2149) – later … Continue reading →