Developed by Carl Forhan, SFX is a cool new audio
tool for the Lynx. This sound utility will allow you direct control
over the four audio channels available on Atari's color handheld
machine. You can adjust volumes, frequencies, waveforms, and more.
With just a few moments of effort, you'll be hearing familiar engine
hums, rumbling explosions, and computer garbles. And before too
long, you'll have the ability to blend several channels together
at once and tinker with them on the fly.
It should be noted that SFX is not a game. It's an audio tool,
and its purpose is to help hobby developers experiment with the Lynx's
dynamic audio features in real time, as well as provide some "sound
gizmo" fun for the casual user. It's also not a full music synth, and
does not allow one to chain a series of notes together to play a song.