Friday 15 September 2023

Latest version of SC68 Player in CODEF

Taking the work of Jürgen Wothkes' latest SC68 webplayer, and making my obligatory CODEF re-working - I'm happy to show you this...

It plays both Amiga .sc68 and Atari ST .sndh files.
Click CHIPSET to switch between songs/machines, and VU STYLE to change between bars/lines.
Features a couple of classic tunes from each machine! Enjoy!
(I've also fixed the fullscreen 'bug' that had stopped working recently!)

Monday 17 July 2023

CODEF webEuphony player

This JavaScript/HTML5 port of "eupmini" allows to play EUPHONY format songs directly within the browser.

The FM Towns was a Japanese personal computer, built by Fujitsu from February 1989 to the summer of 1997. For audio output it was equipped with an 8-channel Ricoh RF5c68 for PCM sample playback and a Yamaha YM2612 (OPN2) for FM synthesis. (Outside of Japan the same Yamaha chip was better known for its use in Sega's Mega Drive/Genesis video game consoles.)

The EUPHONY music format seems to have been popular on FM Towns - probably due to the freely available "HEat-Oh!" ("High EUP active tool") that used the format. For many Japanese computer enthusiasts this must have been their first opportunity to try their luck at creating computer music themselves.

As always, chip music maestro Jurgen Wothke has converted this to Javascript, and here is my obligatory CODEF version of his player! Enjoy!

Wednesday 17 May 2023

AK Screen by Giga-Tex (Atari ST)

I know it's been a while, I started making this about 3 years ago - and then my HDD crashed and I lost it all - luckily I managed to find an old backup - and was able to restart where I'd left off. Here is my CODEF "reworking" (I won't the use the term "remake" ;-) ) of the AK screen by The Gigabyte Crew and The Exceptions.

Saturday 8 April 2023


Having seen the newest version of the webSID player by Juergen Wothke now supports multiple SIDs for stereo playback & reverb, I thought it best to make the obligatory CODEF version. 

The latest update to webSID includes stereo features. These features should NOT be activated if you are a purist looking for the original C64/SID chip experience!

The original chip outputs *one* mono-audio-signal into which all the SID's three voices are mixed. The only means by which stereo can be produced with the original hardware is by wiring up some non-standard multi-SID configuration.

Unlike the original hardware, WebSid provides voice level stereo panning: This allows to simulate multi-SID scenarios as well as single SID stereo not supported by the original SID chip.


Friday 10 March 2023

Updated S98 webaudio player

A minor update to Jürgen Wothkes' S98 webaudio player, means I've just added the latest tweaks to my stripped down CODEF version, which can be found here...

Monday 6 March 2023

Updated ASAP webaudio music player!

Juergen has also updated his ASAP player today (he's been a busy boy!) - so I've updated my simplified CODEF version to match, using the latest backend. 

Here is the link - enjoy!

Updated V2M wevaudio music player

 ...and yet another webaudio music backend has been updated by the hardest working coder I know! This time Juergen Wothke has updated the Farbrausch V2 synth playback engine. 

My stripped down CODEF version (with EQ) can be found here...

Updated AYUMI webaudio music player

Yes, he's been at it again! An updated backend for the "ayumi" webaudio music player for Atari ST .YM files has been released by Jürgen Wothke!

My trimmed down CODEF version can be found here >>>

Sunday 5 March 2023

Updated ZX webmusic player!

Guess what? Yep, another update to one of the webaudio music players by Jürgen Wothke! This time his SpectreZX player has been updated, to use a reduced buffer size - so again here is my CODEF stripped down version. As the sound chip in the ZX Spectrum was almost identical to the one used in the Amstrad CPC, many of the same music files work perfectly on this player, so in my CODEF version you can select between ZX and CPC music files!

Saturday 4 March 2023

Updated MPT webaudio music player

Can you guess what? Yup! Jürgen Wothke has updated another one of his webaudio players - this time the MPT player, which fills in some of the gaps in UADE in terms of some of the module formats played.

Here is my CODEF stripped down version for you!

Thursday 2 March 2023

Updated VGM webmusic player

He's been at it again! This time Jürgen Wothke has updated his VGM webmusic player, to give some improved performance, especially at startup.

As always, here is my stripped down CODEF friendly version for you to enjoy featuring the classic Outrun tune, Magical Sound Shower!

Wednesday 1 March 2023

Updated ADPLUG webmusic player


Another day, another webmusic player update by Jürgen Wothke! 🙂
This time he has updated his AdLiBiDo (or ADPLUG) player, with additional functions including being updated to most recent AdPlug HEAD version (and fixed a2m & dro issues).
As always, my stripped down CODEF version can be found here...

Monday 27 February 2023

Updated UADE+ web music player

...and on the subject of updates, here is the CODEF simple version of the updated UADE+ player! As always thanks to Jürgen Wothke for his support and continuous work on bringing us these great music players!

Updated webTURBO music player

After some recent updates by Jürgen Wothke to his webTURBO player to include support for "Wonderswan" music files, I have updated these changes in my CODEF version.

You can find them here....

Tuesday 21 February 2023

Updated PSX player for CODEF

After the recent update of Jürgen Wothkes webPSX music player, here is the updated CODEF version of this great webmusic player!

Updated SID player for CODEF

As Jürgen Wothke has recently updated his awesome Tiny R SID player with some new features and additional compatibilities, and I had been working on CODEF versions of some of his players, I thought it might be a good time to updated the CODEF version of the webSID player, so here it is!

NOTE: This new version uses a WASM (web-assembly) file, in addition to the backend, scriptnode processor, as well as an additional ROM.js, all required for correct and accurate recreation of the SID waveforms and unique sound! Enjoy!

Friday 17 February 2023

Ken Silverman's 'in_ken' Winamp 2.x plug-in in CODEF

The creator of Tiny'R'SID, Jürgen Wothke has been hard at work again, and has released a new webmusic player. This JavaScript/HTML5 version of Ken Silverman's 'in_ken' Winamp 2.x plug-in plays all of his music formats: Ken's 4-note music (*.SND), Ken's CT-640 music (*.SM), Ken'S adlib Music (*.KSM), and Ken's Digitial Music (*.KDM).

As always, here is my CODEF version for your enjoyment!

Saturday 11 February 2023

Another day, and another webmusic player from the hardworking Jürgen Wothke! Thanks as always to him for his support and great work! Here is my (now) obligatory (!) CODEF reworking! 

CODEF webSNSF plays music in the SNES module format. The SNES emulation code used here is derived from the Snes9x project. 


Monday 6 February 2023

After seeing the latest music player from Jürgen Wothke, I have made the obligatory simplified CODEF version of his webQuixotic player - CODEF webQsound!

His latest player is based upon "Hightly Quixotix" which plays the 'Capcom Q Sound Format' music.
You can take look at the CODEF version here...