Old C64/PC Player/Editor Notes

While researching and compiling notes, papers and timelines for my 5-part series about my computer chronicles, I scanned a lot of old notes I made back in the 80’s and 90’s for my music players and editors on C64 and PC. There are also a few letters and other interesting tidbits as well. I didn’t find a place to include them in the chronicles but I thought I wouldn’t want to let the scanning go to waste, so here they are.

Unfortunately a lot of the ideas are almost solely in Danish. I apologize for not translating it, but it would have been a mammoth task. A few letters and an article are in English, though. There are five separate galleries, so remember to scroll down to start the next one.

I’m not sure how useful this is to anyone else but me – but for what it’s worth, here they are.


Mostly converting notes for transferring music from Aegis Sonix on Amiga to OldPlayer on C64, but there are also a few notes about the editor I never got around to making for it.


There are notes for a few specific NewPlayer versions, sound effect lists for games, etc.

Editor for NewPlayer

Ideas for my NewPlayer music editor on C64.

AdLib and Sound Blaster

Notes both for the AdLib/SB player and the prototype music editor. Also sound effect lists for games.


There are drafts for an article and two interesting letters, and there are scans of my pocket notebook.

One comment on “Old C64/PC Player/Editor Notes

  1. Great stuff! I remember using the player in assembler intros when I was 15. I really didn’t know exactly what I was doing back then but it helped me a lot. Thanks for many hours of nerdy fun!!!

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