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- Captain Atari
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I am looking for the schematic of an external clock connected to the DSP port of the Atari Falcon.
Falcon 030-14 Mo - FDI Steinberg -Soundpool Analog 8 - SMP24 - Cubase Audio Falcon 2.06 dongle - SC55 - SG64 - Yamaha CBX-T3
- Atari nerd
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Thats sort of funny,thought that there would be stuff of it floating around the net but didn't get any easy hits on it..I'am quessing you mean
the 44.1 khz thingy for Cubase audio there?(and some other progs that use the same)..Then again never needed to since have the stuff from back then.
Anyone else who seen a diy CAF/compatibles clock thing?
- Hardware Guru
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It's not very complicated, you just have to supply the right crystal to match Falcon's frequency divider (lazy to look up the exact number :)) and wire it to Falcon's external DSP port.
I'm 99% sure krupkaj (also present here) manufactured it at least at one occasion, I'll try to ping him.
- Captain Atari
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I made PCB which fit into the connector shell. I think I have some left. I could order the oscillator and make one for you.
Edit: I have just checked the frequency, you need 22.5792MHz for 44.1kHz output.
- Atari freak
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