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defMON wiki

This is the home of defMON — a music editor for the Commodore 64. There is no official support for the program, but at least there is this wiki that allows defMON operators to collaborate to accumulate information and documentation. You can also download the latest version of defMON.

Contributions to the site are encouraged. Just register and go ahead!

If you enjoy defMON, please consider donating what you think it is worth! A small monthly donation will go a long way in supporting bufgixes of defMON and the ongoing development of defMON II.

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The sequence editor (sedEd) on the major part of the screen and the list of sequences (seqLIST) to the right: seqED and seqLIST

The sound editing table (the sidTAB), where all sounds are made: sidTAB

The disk menu: Disk menu

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