The AHI home page
NOTE: This is not the current site!
This is an archived site, kept for reference and, er, historical
interest. The current site is here.
AHI is available to you as freeware.
This means that you does not have to pay anything to use AHI
for neither personal nor commercial use, but it is still copyrighted.
You may not modify the files or archives in any way. For more information,
AHI User's Guide.
AHI User's Archive (4.18, 1998-12-06,
300 kB): Everything you need to run programs that use
AHI, and AHI User's Guide in
AHI Developer's Archive (4.16,
1997-11-04, 350 kB): Includes, autodocs, example source code and
AHI Developer's Guide in AmigaGuide® format.
The documentation (4.16, 1997-11-04, 250 kB),
AHI Developer's Guide
and AHI User's Guide, as DVI, Postscript and
- The logos in jpeg format,
The latest updates:
- The beta directory is
where I upload new beta versions of AHI version
5. Supported platforms are AmigaOS/m68k, MorphOS/ppc and
Here are some extras, too:
- In order to use the installer script, you need the latest
Installer (43.3, 100 kB).
- A AHI-Noteplayer
(1.8, 1997-11-04, 16 kB): Noteplayer for Delitracker II.
- A quick'n dirty port/hack of Bjørnar Henden's music program
(3.56/AHIr2, 1997-04-21, 90 kB).
- My quick port of
(6.1b, 380 kB). See
Speek Freely for Unix for more information about the program. Note that
you need ixemul.library and probably some termcap file as well.
- The quick'n dirty
Protracker Datatype (1.12, 1997-04-29, 7 kB), which allows you
to play modules in Multiview.
- A small patch (10 kB) for
toccata.library version 12 that makes the TT_RawInt routine be called as
a real hardware interrupt instead of a software interrupt. It makes the
toccata driver perform much better (doesn't suffer when multitasking is
turned off and requires less CPU power than the AHItoccataNoTask hack). Author
unknown. Use at own risk. It could even be illegal to use it.
I've heard that it doesn't work too well with the DraCo Motion, so only
use it with the Toccata!
- A patch for sound.datatype
(11 kB) version 40.6 (OS 3.1 version) that
makes it use ahi.device instead of audio.device. DraCo users, rejoice!
- The CyberSound calibration
tool, used by the Paula driver. Written by Christian Buchner. Extracted from
his CD-player archive.
- A very basic Hard disk
recording program (1.1, 10 kB). The source is in the developer archive.
- Some debug tools (30 kB)
you should use before you report a bug in AHI (requires
- Some developer files for
Cluster, courtesy of Henning Thielemann.
- Rainer Müller has reported that the current E modules does not work.
Since I don't program E myself, I can't tell, but
here are his files
available for download.
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