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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby d0us » Thu Jun 12, 2008 5:08 pm

oh the midi smart is just s very simple midi controller my mate gave me...fits in a rucksack.

no that's not me, but I'd love to try your algo stuff out. We have chatted before though..when I asked about pascal midi sources a while back.

I gave up on trying the midi programming..just don;t have the math! But I had fun mocking an interface!

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby charles » Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:47 pm

ok you got a deal , i will find good little program i have made , and it's your to use..

as for the programming , i can supply u with easy to use resources,
its up to the program to know how the program is designed , but if u find difficult then no problem... i kinda don't remember what exactly u said about me and pascal programming...
most comments usally are disregarded as nobody likes to encourage me on through pascal..

look forward to hearing from you .. charles
by the way , i got programs written which generate
midi from mouse movement ,
i got programs which
make long solo in a specific key ,
i got a program which
writes almost pop song only one channell basic pattern chorus melody chorus body chorus melody type of thing...

what is it you desire?

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby d0us » Sat Jun 14, 2008 3:22 pm

hey that sounds cool!

I'm actually looking to create a midi looping app a la ableton live but much simpler.

I'm working on a patch for max/msp as a starting point, the nwill look into porting it to st if i can.

it's basically a 2 dimensional grid of 6 boxes. Each box contains a pattern that can be edited. you can load in mid files into each box too containg midi data (but ony for one channel and one track)

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby charles » Sat Jun 14, 2008 10:00 pm

dous , DO iT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

well ythats opion!!

if you speak the c language i have a midi key kit in c for u , but if not i understand. i personally can at the moment speak pascal, basic , gfa and omikron.....

i had similar ideal but involves fast prossesing of midi data , which may have to be
somehow "hotwired" to work... because of delta times and the on the fly midi merging!!

but any how ,, lets do business or what have you? and etc etc etc. plus mix

ok
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Mark_G » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:11 am

Some pics from my 'hobby room'.

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby distantminds » Sun Jun 29, 2008 7:30 pm

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lousy pic of the dungeon, but i just wanted to post it so I could rave on about the fantastic atari->VGA monitor adapter that Techie Alison made for me. I am so impressed with the quality of it, and how quickly you made it Alison, words cannot express!!! :)

I always loved the classic SM124 but i cannot deny busting out Notator and Cubase on my 19" is absolutely brilliant!

so thanks Alison, you're the best :D

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby techie_alison » Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:59 pm

Oh wow, I got a mention. Thanks distant. It does actually give me pleasure to make a difference actually. :cheers:

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby PaulB » Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:15 pm

What is it?

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby techie_alison » Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:25 pm

PaulB wrote:What is it?


It's an SOIC to DIL adapter.
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby PaulB » Sun Jul 13, 2008 3:37 pm

I see 8O

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby alexh » Sun Jul 13, 2008 5:22 pm

Nice.

But I'd have thought that reclaimed 27C512's would have been cheaper? I get mine (for arcades) for well under 50p each.

Does STfm use 27C512 for TOS??

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby techie_alison » Sun Jul 13, 2008 5:32 pm

I can't afford them. The last two I've tried to bid on I've been sniped by business resellers (who have immiediately listed them for £2 ea. on their own auctions).

The SOIC ones I have a tube of.
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Mug UK » Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:49 pm

Picked up a new "toy" the other weekend - it's a Vista Media Centre PC and, naturally, I have to have it Atari-fied so that it looks good on the 37" LCD TV :)

Just got to sort out the HDMI connection from the PC to the switcheroo box (the small box on top of the PC) so that I can get sound working. Already done some tests with STeem & Saint (Blubber looks quite funky on a large size TV!) but not bothered uploading them to Flickr as of yet. Once the switcheroo is working I can then have the XBox 360 & PC on HDMI .. loverly :)
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby joeygonzalez » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:29 am

Heres some of my studio,
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Desty » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:52 am

That looks like a Mega ST keyboard at the front - what's the keyboard behind it?
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby joeygonzalez » Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:33 am

Hi, i don't know what keyboards they are, just that they are each connected to re-cased falcons, here is a better picture if you are interested, Joe
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Desty » Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:54 pm

Thanks Joe,

I love that white one - wouldn't mind one of them and a proper case for my CT2'd Falcon :) What's the setup on yours?
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby joeygonzalez » Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:16 pm

Hi Desty, i only use them to sequence midi so i can't really talk about them too much as i don't know what i'm talking about. They are both 14 meg, i use cubase audio, i have original dongled versions for both machines, i don't look at them as computers i think of them more as hardware sequencers as the timing is so tight and they are so reliable also because thats all i use them for. There is something i really like about having them control my other gear most of which is newer than they are. I think the falcons must have come from the future as they are way more reliable at midi timing than any other computers i have used, i hav'nt used any other ataris but i am sure that they have great midi timing also, I have given up on PC's for sequencing and decided that the Falcons are going to be at the heart of my studio. I would like to put IDE to CF card adapters in them as this would make them run allot quieter, that will be my next job. Also i am looking for some midi expanders SMP II or MO4, anyone selling please PM me as i would like to buy, I am always searching but no one ever seems to be selling them, thanks Joe.

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby joska » Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:45 am

Desty wrote:That looks like a Mega ST keyboard at the front - what's the keyboard behind it?


Looks like a Falcon keyboard in a Freekeys case. If you need a separate keyboard for your Falcon I would recommend a TT keyboard instead. 16/32 still has a few. They even had a NIB Norwegian TT keyboard for me :-) I intend to make a Atari -> PS2 adapter for it, so I can use it with my Milan or even my PC running Aranym.
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Greyfox™ » Wed Oct 08, 2008 2:09 pm

muguk wrote:Picked up a new "toy" the other weekend - it's a Vista Media Centre PC and, naturally, I have to have it Atari-fied so that it looks good on the 37" LCD TV :)

Just got to sort out the HDMI connection from the PC to the switcheroo box (the small box on top of the PC) so that I can get sound working. Already done some tests with STeem & Saint (Blubber looks quite funky on a large size TV!) but not bothered uploading them to Flickr as of yet. Once the switcheroo is working I can then have the XBox 360 & PC on HDMI .. loverly :)


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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Mug UK » Wed Oct 08, 2008 8:56 pm

Well, I'm going to flatten that PC when I get back from Eurocon and install it myself as I keep finding 'oddities' that the bloke who built it must have included. Plus the annoyance of it not working with the HDMI mode at all .. got a switch-box and I can't use it! :(
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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby Womble » Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:40 am

Haha - ok here goes

This was the state of the Womble Lair a couple of weeks ago, I do now have floor again tho :oops:

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Arcade Cab about to have Gauntlet PCB permanently installed inside 8)

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And the retro fettling desk during a 1084 monitor resurection recently.

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Re: Let's see your desks n stuff?

Postby rocket-dog » Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:18 pm

Womble wrote:
retro fettling desk



That sounds lovely said out loud. :D


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