@FM<num> = { ~ }

<num> (0 — 127)
A number you set for your reference when calling throughout your MML.

Valid parameter values: (0 — 63)

Must use 64 two-digit parameters.

This will define a wavetable for the FDS track F. A 0 corresponds to the lowest sample value, 63 the highest. You can create some cool wave patterns with 64 samples.

@@<num> to change to this instrument on track F. Be careful not to get confused. This is the same way to change a duty cycle on a square wave channel. You can use a utility like MUMEM to help you make a wave visually, then copy a list of sample values to the clipboard. Check out these example definitions.

Example FDS Waveforms

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