Available for FreeWe are pleased to announce that as of the 3rd of March 2019 the RISC OS Sound Module RDSP 0.87 is now available for:
RDSP is now at release candidate 1 (v0.87). The latest version of the PDF manual is available here: See the news section for more information.
RDSP Tutorial SeriesEpisode 1 :
Example SoundsRDSP supports recording its output to a WAV file. Some of the example programs have been used to produce the following recordings:
SummaryRISC OS originally provided 8 channel 8 bit audio based on voice generators which were implemented via loadable operating system modules. These modules could play back 8 bit digital samples.
Subsequently, this audio system was upgraded to 16 bit audio implemented via shared sound.
However, no simple API was provided to load and play sound samples. Also, no synthesis capabilites beyond the voice generators were implemented.
This is why AMCOG Games have developed RDSP.
RDSP provides a modern sound solution, that reflects an up-scaled, up-lifted traditional computer synthesiser chip in the form of a 'SOFTWARE SYNTHESISER'.
RDSP comes with full source code and implements:
NOTE: RDSP is currently at release candidate 2 and full release is planned within the next few months.
CompatibilityRDSP has been tested on RISC OS 4 on Virtual Acorn and RISC OS 5 on Raspberry Pi 1,2 & 3 Beagleboard, Pandaboard, Cortex-A15 based systems, Titanium, ARM X6, RPCEmu and Virtual Acorn.
Please note that the BBC BASIC SOUND integration is not currently compatible with RISC OS 4.39
PricingRDSP is free. It has also been included within the AMCOG Development Kit, please click Here for further information.