THE MUSIC CORNER by Frank Lemmen
In this episode of the Music Corner I can not tell you any
STunning news about new programs or new hardware.
The only news I've got is that I'm developing a program to
download data wich is normaly stored on cassette to my ST.
This must take place over the RS 232C port. But I must develop
the hard-and soft-ware myself, so that can take a while now that
I have a full time job. Another interesting project I'm currently
working on is to develop Hard- and soft-ware that can sample 10
bit companding. This project is in the stage of final tests and
debugging. 10 bit companding sampling is a method of "crunching".
In other words: The hardware samples at a rate of 10 bit
companding and we store it in the 8 bits (and the quality is
superb). The sounds that you can sample are being saved to disk
and after that the are put in a eprom, this eprom is a part of a
so called "TED". the TED is used in sound studios to create sound
effects. I hope you understand the projects I'm working on. If
you have any suggestions or questions about the projects, MIDI or
sampling, please write to me.
You can write to me by using our correspondence adres:
5702 LE Helmond
If you write to me you'll get a personal answer (don't forget to
supply reply postage - stamps or International Reply Coupons!).
Last but not least, I have the Hifi chip for the Pro Sound
Designer. The quality is improved 200%; it is worth buying it.
I've have written to Eidersoft and asked if they have any new
software for the PSD. If they send me this, I shall review it in
the next ST NEWS.
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