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asap (player/converter for Atari 8-bit chiptune formats)

ASAP is a player of Atari 8-bit chiptunes for modern computers
and mobile devices. It emulates the POKEY sound chip and the 6502

ASAP supports the following file formats: SAP, CMC, CM3, CMR, CMS,
DMC, DLT, FC, MPT, MPD, RMT, TMC/TM8, TM2, STIL. It can convert to
.wav, raw audio samples, or Atari executables (.xex). It can also
convert other chiptune file formats to SAP.

The package includes:
- Plugins for the MOC and XMMS 1.x audio players.
- Optionally, plugins for the XMMS 2.x and VLC players (see below).
- Example chiptune files (in /usr/doc/asap-*/examples).
- libasap.a and asap.h, the ASAP library and header.
- asapconv, the standalone converter.
- asap-sdl, a simple standalone CLI player.
- asap-mplayer, a script which plays SAP files via mplayer.
- sap2ntsc, converts PAL SAP files to NTSC timing.
- sap2txt, converts SAP file headers to/from a text dump format.
-, shows info on and checks for errors in SAP files.
- Man pages for asapconv, asap-sdl, sap2ntsc, sap2txt, and

*Not* included are the asapscan tool, nor the bindings for Java, C#,
JavaScript, OpenCL, Python, or Swift.

Optional dependencies: xmms2, vlc. If these are installed, the asap
package will include plugins for them.

These is a large archive of Atari 8-bit chiptunes available at:

Maintained by: B. Watson
Keywords: atari,tracker,chiptune,pokey,6502,sap,cmc,cm3,cmr,cms,dmc,dlt,mpt,mpd,rmt,tmc,tm8,tm2,fc,asma
ChangeLog: asap


Source Downloads:
moc-2.5.2.tar.bz2 (48e5abcd5ffc76921d4feea8a1fc2dbb)
asap-5.2.0.tar.gz (cf6e638da630c63a76c02da1261c56b1) (765155ed26c45585391b3a48147c15a2)

Download SlackBuild:
asap.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 15.0

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