|First Game:||PTC (AMI)|
On the original disk of Starball (AMI), nearly 200 KB of source code were leaked, revealing that Hülsbeck called the driver sequencer + synthesizer, developed versions 1.0 to 1.4 from January 24 to July 31, 1988, and arranged in assembly. Most files end with the comment DYNAMIC SYNTHESIZER MODUL V1.34.
|1989-0?-??||Hollywood Poker Pro (AMI)|
Dynamic Synthesizer is closest to Hülsbeck's first music system, Soundmonitor, if much simpler: Vibrato, portamento and arpeggio are not supported, only a software ADSR and detune per instrument.
Each song has 6 tracks, and sound effects are played on a 7th track. All notes are spread over the Amiga's 4 voices, whichever is free or was occupied longest ago. As a result, instruments jump almost arbitrarily between hard left and hard right.