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Topic: SEGA 315-5660 (Yamaha 3438 IC) (Read 2223 times) previous topic - next topic

RET80

So I have successfully desoldered a SEGA 315-5660 IC from a Sega Genesis.  I wanted to harvest its audio chip which is a Yamaha 3438 IC and use it for an Arduino application, however SEGA decided to integrate it into a single IC

Here is the pinout for the 315-5660: http://console5.com/wiki/315-5660

I would like to be able to generate at least 4 channels worth of audio but I don't know exactly where to begin, audio interpolation is a very unknown area for me.

RET80

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Oct 18, 2013, 12:22 am Last Edit: Oct 18, 2013, 12:30 am by RET80 Reason: 1
Here's the results, successfully removed!




RET80

Any suggestions? or even where to begin to work with producing audio using midi ICs or FM ICs? (preferably FM)?

Your wise, guru super-powers will be greatly appreciated ;)

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