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The results for the game genre poll are in, a new poll bangs the door: your favourite sound chip combination.

A demo for the obscure documentation-less Panasonic JR-200 has been ported to MSX.

An extensive article on the Japanese portal MyNavi compares not only different versions of MSX-BASIC and MSX-DOS, but also community OS-es like UZIX and SymbOS.

The London 2012 Olympics inspired Google to create a playable hurdles 'doodle' which closely resembles Konami's Hyper Olympics (Track & Field).

Robomidi

by wolf_ on 06-08-2012, 22:02
Topic: Music, Software
Tags: turbo-R, turboR, MIDI

A small utility by Robosoft; Robomidi plays midifiles on turbo-R (ST) to the MIDI out port of the Music Module.

Sneak preview of a sophisticated PSG+SCC tracker in development.

MRC Download Charts - July 2012

by Meits on 05-08-2012, 18:46
Topic: MRC

Moonsoft, Emphasys/Overflow! and Kralizec dominated the MSX downloads in July.

MSX demos from the old hat

by wolf_ on 05-08-2012, 11:46
Topic: Software
Tags: demo, Demos

BlueCrystal decided it's time MRC featured some stone age (and probably unknown) demos.

PhD Thesis on tracking

by wolf_ on 03-08-2012, 19:46
Topic: MSX Related, Music
Tags: Trackers

Fresh from the university of Cambridge comes the thesis "Supporting Virtuosity and Flow in Computer Music".

After all the hard work on MRC, Jorito finally found time to play some notes again.

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