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SID (Sound Interface Device) was the name given to the Commodore 64's sound chip. It was one of the last sound chips to be made for any home computer prior to the digital sound revolution.

This chip was created by Robert Yannes[?], an engineer who would later found the Ensoniq[?] digital synthesizer company.

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