Drum machine compiler, generic music sequencer and mixer: Write or generate drum and tone patterns in a simple programming language. Mix it using the sample assembler (asampler). Renders to files or plays real-time. Very portable. Works on old hardware.
Music tracker for DOSBox or MS-DOS using AdLib compatible cards.
This is a tracker (http://tinyurl.com/ye3ypcy) for MS-DOS that uses the OPL-2 chips present in AdLib compatible cards to generate sound using FM synthesis. It was mainly developed using Borland Pascal (with some assembler bits by Keywiz) in a 386dx with a Sound Blaster Pro card, and even though it wasn't 100% finished, it was functional enough to create 3 demo songs which are included in the package. I originally made this back in 1994 when I was 17 and active in the argentine demoscene, but I will not be developing this any further, so I'm posting it here in case anybody is interesting in continuing it. Just let me know. You can see a brief demo video here: http://youtu.be/xQQvtjI7THg NOTE: This has been tested on current hardware and it's confirmed working using DOSBox 0.74 under Windows 7 x64.