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This is an archived site, kept for reference and, er, historical interest. The current site is here.
For a more technical description of AHI, please read the ahidev.readme file or the AHI Developers's Guide. You can also have a quick look at the device and driver functions in the autodocs. Comments are welcome! Write me!
The first time I heard about AHI was from the news group. Then I
downloaded the user and developer package from Martin's homepage and
played with it at home. I was very impressed. The first thing which
come into my mind was: "This would be the new audio standard" and
look how it's going now :). I started immediately to make a
NotePlayer to APlayer with AHI and it took me only a few days before
the first version was finished.
If I have some problems or bug reports, I contacted Martin and he is very helpful. Thanks for all your help :)
- Thomas Neumann / The APlayer-Team
AHI is the greatest thing since sliced toast, finally
our DraCo is no longer a mute! When people realise what AHI is
about it will be as big as CybergraphX. It's time we got rid of the 8-bit
audio limit! Great work Martin!
- Johan Otterström / Örebro Videoreklam (DraCo reseller)
AHI is the easiest way for programmers to implement
support for various audio cards. No more messing
up with hard-to-figure-out outdated or non existing programming
documentations. Just use AHI for it and relax..
Best general purpose Sound API for Amiga ever!
- Pauli Porkka / Digital Audio Systems Designs (author of D.A.S. Module Player)
Finally there's a powerful retargetable audio standard for Amiga!
- Thomas Wenzel, A.C.T. (designers of the Prelude soundcard)
For details, see the What's new? page.
Traditionally, the Delfina mailing list have been used for AHI support as well. This list has recently moved to Yahoo! Groups
On a WWW page, you can use the following code to link to this page:
<a href="http://www.lysator.liu.se/ahi/v4-site/"><img src="ahi-compatible.tiny.jpg" border=0 width=121 height=79 alt="[AHI compatible]"></a>