By Hal Glicksman

ISBN-10: 0881903450

ISBN-13: 9780881903454

The e-book includes:

- basic computing device courses that newcomers can without problems comprehend. those progrms will let you use your Ataru as a chord organ or piano.
- A uncomplicated creation to song that may be utilized to the piano in addition to the Atari.
- a set of renowned songs prepared for either the Atari and the piano.

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Now we can not only write the music for the Atari, but we will also write the "piano" to play it on. What we will learn to do in this chapter is write a program that can read notes from a DATA table and then play music. The player piano program that you will write will be expanded with a few additional commands to play two voice harmony and four voice harmony. You can save the player program without notes and use itfor all the songs. Mter the notes have been entered into the DATA table the program is saved again under the name of the song.

190 REM * * 200 REM * * 210 REM ****************************************** 220 REM 230 REM *** PROGRAM VARIABLES 240 NT=0:REM NOTE FOR MELODY 250 TM=0:REM LENGTH OF MELODY NOTE 260 A=0:REM NOTE FOR VOICE ONE 55 270 B=0:REM NOTE FOR VOICE TWO 280 C=0:REM NOTE FOR VOICE THREE 290 T=0:REM NUMBER OF REPEATS 300 REM *** SET VARIABLES TO ZERO 310 PRINT"~":REM CLEAR SCREEN COMMAND 320 POSITION 2,8 330 REM POKE 752,1 340 REM *** INVISIBLE CURSOR, REMOVE 'REM' FROM LINE ABOVE WHEN EDITING IS DONE 350 PRINT" r----------.

700 SOUND 0,0,0,0 710 REM *** TURN OFF MELODY NOTE Then we have a very short wait between notes: 720 FOR WAIT=1 TO 8:NEXT WAIT 730 REM *** PAUSE BETWEEN NOTES You can experiment with different values for this WAlT, and put in the value that sounds right to you. When you are writing the songs from the music in this book or from other sheet music you can change any of 44 the variables "by ear" and have a customized player to go with each song. Add a title to your player program and it will be done.

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