Nyancat

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Note to chiptune players developers. This is a standard .ay file. To enable SAA emulation, just add SAA core to the existing AY core. 
There is no single "if" command, just "add". The same way as beeper, CPC and Turbosound were added.
SAA core automatically plays 50Hz music via ports 511, 255.
ETracker file is: [musicdata]
COP, SAA, CMP file is: [Z80player][musicdata]
AY file is: [AYheader][Z80player][musicdata]
One simple step forward :)
Song title: Nyancat
Created by: Pyramex
File format: COP
Sound device: SAM Coupé SAA 1099
Publication year: 2005
Duration: 0:28.40
Number of channels: 6
Tracker: E-Tracker v1.x
Original filename: Pyramex - Nyancat (2005).cop
Download in original format: Download in original format Pyramex+-+Nyancat+%282005%29.copPyramex - Nyancat (2005).cop
Separated tracker file: Separated tracker file Pyramex+-+Nyancat+%282005%29.ayPyramex - Nyancat (2005).ay
Download as MP3: Download as MP3 https://converter.dev.artweb.ee/music/203804_Pyramex_Nyancat.mp3
Tags: Intro Music, Nyancat, Saa, Sam Coupe, Short, Tune
Rating:
4.00
Played: 146
MD5: 37c68f2b9f77fcb5dd5885ce87bde93d
Converted to mp3 by: ZXTune r4440
Uploaded by: Abrimaal, 27.05.2018 22:08
pyramex_of_hate29.05.2018 09:31
I'd forgotten about this one! Do you know any plans for a player to support the format?
moroz199929.05.2018 13:28
Vitamin is author of ZXTune, which is used on ZX-Art for conversion to MP3, and he decides what should be supported. I suggest adding a request for a support directly to issue tracker:
https://bitbucket.org/zxtune/zxtune/issues

How many files there currently are existing in AY container format, that cannot be played otherwise? I think that's the first question Vitamin would ask. There are quite a lot of such files on ZX Spectrum (all beeper tunes and almost all original games music), but what is the situation with SAM?
pyramex_of_hate30.05.2018 02:45
Guess that question is for Abrimaal, as he made the file :-)
moroz199930.05.2018 16:17
Seems like it's a usual COP file with .AY container signature. Why use .AY container in first place for tracker formats which are already recognizable by ZXTune?
IMHO, .AY container serves best when when tune is implemented in code without clear standard, as it was with old games, for example or with beeper music on ZX Spectrum. Why convert tracker files to .AY container?
For current tune I suggest uploading COP file instead, so it would play instantly without any additional development of ZXTune.
pyramex_of_hate30.05.2018 20:25
Not even sure I have the original any more! The actual prod is here:

https://youtu.be/9NDKKCv2xsQ
Vitamin22.04.2019 16:15
Playable file was replaced by original .cop file extracted back from .ay useless wrapper. Previously used .ay has been stayed intact.
moroz199922.04.2019 16:28
Thanks, that's the best way to resolve the problem.

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creator530.10.2019 18:12
moroz1999517.08.2019 01:05
Abrimaal402.06.2018 08:20