A comparison of music editors for the Commodore 64 #Commodore #VintageComputing #Music #Retrocomputing
Are you looking to create or edit music for the venerable Commodore 64? It is a lot easier than it was decades ago.
A chart at http://chordian.net/c64editors.htm contains 13 editors with a table of all the parameters – you can quickly compare to see if a particular piece of software suits your project.
Are you composing music for classic computers? Let us know in the comments below.
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