Clock Signal - a multi-platform emulator that focuses on a better user experience

“Clock Signal (‘CLK’) allows users to directly launch classic software with no (emulator or per-emulated-machine) learning curve.”

Just double-click.

An emulator for anybody and everybody!

This emulator seeks to offer:

  • 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;
  • while minimising latency.

It currently contains emulations of the:

  • Acorn Electron;
  • Amstrad CPC;
  • Apple II/II+ and IIe;
  • Atari 2600;
  • Atari ST;
  • ColecoVision;
  • Commodore Vic-20 (and Commodore 1540/1);
  • Macintosh 512ke and Plus;
  • MSX 1;
  • Oric 1/Atmos;
  • Sega Master System;
  • Sinclair ZX80/81; and
  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2a/+3.



When they say “no emulator” do they mean “without launching an emulator?”

They said “no (emulator or per-emulated-machine) learning curve”

(parentheses mine)

I agree it could have been clearer.

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