[Coladam] Transferring ADAM tape/disk images to physical media
kjpmail at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 03:08:12 CEST 2012
Does this mean that one could make a WAV of a DDP and then use that WAV to
spawn further copies without needing to repeatedly play back the master?
Has anyone done so? Would anyone be interested in such a project, if I was
to undertake it after getting my ADAM and software?
On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 9:04 PM, <rslopsema at gmail.com> wrote:
> Once you drill the holes in the DDP to fit into a tape recorder, you can
> use a double deck cassette recorder and simply record. Record side # 1,
> making sure to stop equally at the end of the "music" so that the new tape
> is identical to the DDP; turn it over and record side # 2. Then drill the
> needed hole sin the new cassette so that it fits the DDD in the ADAM.
> NOTE: Sony 60 min tapes work the best, although I have other brands that
> seem to be ok; and have some ADAM programming purchased that is on other
> tape brands.
> -----Original Message----- From: Kevin Powers
> Sent: Friday, August 03, 2012 5:52 PM
> To: Jim Notini
> Cc: coladam at adamcon.org
> Subject: Re: [Coladam] Transferring ADAM tape/disk images to physical media
> One post that went unanswered at the end of the "easiest way" thread,
> below, referenced something that I'm also curious about: With the Apple
> II, it's possible to play back a WAV of a cassette, into a tape recorder,
> and then use the tape with the Apple II cassette in/out jacks. Is it
> possible (assuming that one drills the necessary holes in the cassette to
> allow it to sit in a DDP drive) to do the same thing with ADAM DDP images?
> That would save me an enormous amount of work-around attempts!
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