A small KIM-1 based interactive music system

Abstract

An interactive four voice organ simulator has been developed using a KIM-1 microcomputer with a 10K byte memory expansion. The basic organ simulator for the KIM-1 is that of Hal Chamberlin of Microcomputer Technology Unlimited. An interrupt driven event sequencer has been designed that allows interactive control of many aspects of the music production including tempo, volume, scale, and timbre (waveform harmonics).

DOI: 10.1145/503838.503861

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@inproceedings{Swearingen1980ASK, title={A small KIM-1 based interactive music system}, author={D. E. Swearingen and Thomas G. Windeknecht}, booktitle={ACM Southeast Regional Conference}, year={1980} }