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 Subject: RE: Music
Author: Brian (host-89-242-43-123.as13285.net)
Date:   01-27-2014 20:18

HI again just a quick one to say I have sorted the sound out
as I have bought a scart cable which will take sound and picture to my tv/monitor
ans I can take this straight to my fostex 4track recorder ,problem solved ,best wishes Brian.

Brian wrote:
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Hi thanks for your reply ,my Atari is the st fm
the basic model with 4mb of ram ,I see you mention a adapter for the sound
and idea where I would get one from and
what is the full name of the adapter please ,my very
best wishes Brian

The Paranoid wrote:
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Hi Brian,

it depends a lot on which Atari you have bought.
An Atari STE, TT or Falcon030 has separate audio output via cinch/3.5mm socket(s) so it's very easy to record it using another device. The "ordinary" ST, STf or STfm has no such socket and you will have to use an adapter, switch box or solder a cable by yourself to selectively record audio from it.

There are also some trackers available.
If you want to make chip music, the most popular ones are maxYMiser by gwEm of The P.H.F. and MusicMon by Dark Angel of Aura - but there's also a couple of others.
For the ST and STE, there's also ProTracker but you will most probably be disappointed by the replay quality on the simple ST....

 Topics Author  Date
  Music new Brian 01-26-2014 21:42 
   RE: Music new The Paranoid 01-27-2014 18:21 
    RE: Music new Brian 01-27-2014 19:33 
     RE: Music  Brian 01-27-2014 20:18 
      RE: Music new Brian 04-04-2014 17:09 

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