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       bsvplay — convert BASICA music files to PCM


       bsvplay [-i part] [-q part] [-r rate] [file...] | aplay -f dat -c 1


       bsvplay  will  convert  BASICA binary music files to linear 16-bit raw PCM.  Normally, you
       will be wanting to pipe it into a raw PCM player like aplay(1) to actually output it to  a
       sound  device.  Be  sure to lower the volume beforehand to avoid nasty surprises that come
       with square waves. By default, bsvplay will mix 1:1 square:sine waves  to  give  a  medium
       tone hardness.


       -q part
              Part to mix square waves in (default: 1.0)

       -i part
              Part  to mix sine waves in (default: 1.0). If -q2 -i1 is specified for example, the
              final PCM output will consist of 2/3*squarepcm + 1/3*sinpcm.

       -r rate
              PCM sample rate (default: 48000 Hz)

File format

       The BASICA format is defined 6-byte tuples of divisor, duration and pause.

            struct bsv_insn {
                 uint16_t divisor;
                 uint16_t duration; /* in ticks */
                 uint16_t af_pause; /* in ticks */

       where divisor specifies the divisor value that it directly handed to the x86  PC  speaker.
       The following formula holds:

            frequency = 1193181 / divisor;

See also

       aplay(1), qplay(1), hxtools(7)