BASIC, with its simple SOUND statements, doesn't even hint at the complex options available from your Atari for sound generation. That's a shame, since sound can be as important a part of your program as graphics. If you're interested in learning more about how the sound capabilities of your computer work, everything you need to know appears next. If you really want to apply these capabilities to complicated sound effects, I urge you to get your hands on a copy of De Re Atari. It has the most in-depth look at sound and how to program it that I've seen.
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