We don't have it, you'll have to ask HCS for it (if you're lucky he'll see this, but you might be best off going over to his site and asking nicely on the forums). If you're lucky, Montie might have a copy of it too. Out of curiosity, why do you need that version?
Actually, I have version 1.0b3 - b6 (as well as some much older versions), but not v1.1 on a personal archive I have if any of those would fit the bill.
Sorry to say that I do not have it. I use Winamp. The player's homepage only has that version.
Also, quoting the homepage: "64th Note is a USF plugin for Winamp, based on Project64 1.6 by Zilmar and Jabo and Azimer's HLE Audio Plugin. It requires major CPU and memory resources, 300 MHz and 64 MB are the minimum for the least-intensive USF sets, but requirements vary greatly between sets."
O ignorant ones, if only you knew the power of Kobarin Media Player, you'd forget winamp and foobar forever.
Features of Kobarin:
--built-in support for all chiptunes that aren't in PSF format (SPC, GBS, GYM, etc...)
--extention to convert winamp plugins into kobarin plugins (kbi), thus allowing all psf formats (psf, minipsf, psf2, usf, gsf....)
--Built in sound canvas
--Built in extended chiptune infos
--Remembers files already played in playlist
--A powerful GUI
---Can go full screen, broader view of all features
---Built it explorer on left side similar to windows explorer mode
---Explores and play chiptunes inside archives, including rar and such formats
---A lot of options in the GUI
----ex1: always expand archives or not, expand subfolders or not
----ex2: on click, add to playlist and play, or play without adding or just add without playing
----ex3: auto adjust column width
and much much more...
the only thing missing is shell integration but that's not a problem for me because I use MPC for movies and mp3s
and all that for a 2005 app, not updated ever since, imagine how big will be the next update.
if you are interested in testing Kobarin, I will upload it