Clock Signal Emulator, also known as CLK has been updated. The latest release includes fixes for bugs including:
- corrects an overflow issue within the graphics pipeline that could cause a crash when using almost any emulated machine, though it was much more likely to do so when using a machine with a user-selectable colour border.
Some of the features and stated aims of the Clock Signal CLK emulator include:
- single-click load of any piece of source media for any supported platform;
- with a heavy signal processing tilt for accurate reproduction of original outputs;
- that aims for the lowest possible latency; and
- 100% accurate emulations, naturally.
Clock Signal is an emulator of numerous 8 and 16-bit platforms including the following:
- Acorn Electron
- Amstrad CPC
- Apple II/II+/IIe
- Macintosh 512Ke
- Macintosh Plus
- Atari 2600
- Commodore Vic-20
- MSX 1
- Oric 1/Atmos
- Sega Master System
- Sinclair ZX80/81.
Clock Signal was created by Tom Harte and has gone through an extensive development process over the past several years. It is a free download from the Clock Signal GitHub page at: