Learn how to play Commodore 64 music with your Raspberry Pi!
The Raspberry Pi SID player is a device which allows you to play music from the Commodore 64 computer using original audio hardware (the “SID” chip) through the Raspberry Pi. In addition to supporting the vast library of classic game music from the Commodore 64, this player also supports the playback of homebrew Commodore 64 music.
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