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ApplePy is an Apple ][ emulator written in Python. It combines emulation of the 6502 microprocessor with emulation of the keyboard, display (including graphics mode), speaker, cassette and disk drive. This talk will provide a background to Apple ][ internals then dive into the Python code and the challenges of emulating hardware.
This talk will discuss two open source projects for using Python for music analysis. Sebastian focuses on music theory while Czerny focuses on performance (particularly keyboard playing).
Taking a break from his usual web development, James will give an overview of some of the more unusual things he's done with Python: from implementing other programming languages to analyzing piano performances; from emulating an Apple ][ to the beginnings of an operating system written in Python.