[Coladam] adam ddp tones to PC
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Wed Mar 3 03:13:44 CET 2010
Yes, it can be done. I made many DDP's by recording from tape to tape. It's
easier to make a single sided 128k DDP's though because with a full DDP the
timing on all 4 tracks (left and right track on each side of the tape) have
to be in perfect sync. To make full tapes I used to record from a reel to
reel desk to a cassette tape and I would stop both desks at the exact same
time to flip the tapes over for the other side. Most of the tapes I used to
sell games on were single sided though because I didn't need the full tape
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Blenkle" <jblenkle at sacnews.net>
To: <coladam at adamcon.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 8:40 PM
Subject: [Coladam] adam ddp tones to PC
> Has anyone ever recorded the tones on an ADAM DDP to a PC sound file?
> Would this possibly be a better way to make new blank data packs, playing
> a pre-recorded sound file off your computer directly into the input of you
> cassette recorder? Would something like this even be possible?
> Joe B.
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