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Soundpool programs

Postby Jake/Depression » Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:07 am

Some time ago i pay Soundpool Falcon where is these (this list is write by seller):

* Steinberg Dongle (Audio Spector) - keine Ahnung wozu das Dongle gehört
* SoundPool Audio Software mit Dongle (nur auf der Festplatte):
* Audio Tracker - 1.65
* Audio Master - Apr 18 1997
* Dynamite - 1.63F
* CD Recorder Pro - 2.14

I don´t are yet tested these programs, but if there is someone who is interesting get copy of these programs in here, i can try take copies. (I thing one or two program need to be crack before it works.) They are in harddisk.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby [ProToS] » Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:37 pm

about soundpool protection (from a old soundpool cdrecorder faq)

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we got two types of copy protection for SoundPool software:

type 1: hardware key (dongle) containing a serial number (dongle number). Used together with a license file (e.g. CDREC.MOD) for the certain program or module (part of program e.g. Analyser, EQ etc.) To start the program you need the DONGLE version of the program, the Dongle in ROM port of your computer and the appropiate MOD file in the program directory. This works with: AudioMaster, Mastering Modules, CDRecorder 2, AudioTracker, DataDat

type 2: original disk (with copy protection - of course not the program disk of the dongle version) to start program you need the DISK version of the program (on your HD drive) and the original Disk in drive A: of your computer. This works with: CDRecorder 2, AudioTracker, WaveMaster


I have post this on the dongle discution thread last year
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Jake/Depression » Thu Dec 03, 2009 6:38 pm

I see Audio Master (don´t know if it is same version) and some other versions of Cd recorder (but not just this version) are in Marcer Dvd. (Or is it same program at all?) Audiotracker and Dynamite not are in there OR they are in differend names. If they not are here is anyone cracked them?
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Re: Soundpool Falcon

Postby Jake/Depression » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:40 pm

I look inside of this Soundpool machine.
Soundchip is normal Yamaha 3439.
There is made little graphicscard and many solders in there.
Because i thing many not are seen this machine inside, i put some pictures there.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby TXG/MNX » Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:33 pm

Anyone who knows where to find these programs with protection removed ?

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atari74user » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:09 pm

TXG/MNX wrote:Anyone who knows where to find these programs with protection removed ?


I am not aware of any Soundpool software that have been cracked. There may be, but I have never come across any cracked versions.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby mikro » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:14 pm

The irony is that with today's tools any protection removal (Cubase etc) must be a question of a couple of afternoons. The enemy is not the difficulty anymore, spare time is...

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atari74user » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:52 pm

mikro wrote:The irony is that with today's tools any protection removal (Cubase etc) must be a question of a couple of afternoons. The enemy is not the difficulty anymore, spare time is...


How true is that, where did the fun go? I wonder if I slipped off my toilet basin and hit my head and invent the flux capacitor, that would solve my time problems!

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby charles » Wed Aug 15, 2018 11:19 pm

come on guys lets reinvent the wheel , instead of taking it for a ride
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby mzry » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:05 am

Is that a phantom clock patch in the pictures?
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:10 pm

I already shared in another thread the SoundPool software that I have rescued from old diskettes, from the time when there was subscription to lists of "Pompey Pirates", "Medway Boys", "MCA", "Elite", etc.
I will help in what is possible for your collection, try them out and comment on this thread.

*********** ANALYSER ************

Realtime Analyser and Peakmeter for Falcon 030.
SoundPool Mastering Suite: Analyser - Equalizer - DeNoiser.

SoundPool's FFT-Analyser with peak meter serves not only as an optical control device for studio recordings but also as a precision measuring instrument for audio engineers. The DSP program is available as an independant GEM-program as well as an optional plug-in for the Audio Master System.
Inputs
There is the possibility of leading the audio-signal or whichever type of signal you intend to analyze through the Falcon's analog input. However, we recommend using an external A/D converter (e.g. DAT-recorder) which is digitally linked to the Falcon through the SPDIF Digital Audio Interface. This interface lets you select the standard frequencies 44.1 or 48 kHz.

Analyser.
Display and Features
The Falcon's DSP enables analysis of audio signals in realtime and a display of the individual frequencies in linear mode, logarithmic or as 3rd bands. All displays are, in addition, available in 3-D mode and as a so called 'Sonogramm', that displays the frequencie's levels as colors.
The graduation of the x and y axes in the display are adjustable, the cursor position is displayed in Hz and dB. This allows precise measurements in all frequency and volume ranges with a precision of 5 Hz at 48 kHz. The display's release and delay time are also adjustable.

Record and Play Funktion.
Analyser is capable to record and playback Audio Files in AIFF format on harddisk. In 'offline' mode files on harddisk can be processed e.g. for high resolution sonogramm graphics calculation.

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:11 pm

*********** DYNAMITE ************

Multi Dynamics Processor for Falcon 030.
Dynamite The SoundPool Dynamics Processor optimizes levels, level peaks and the dynamics of your audio material. Due to the freely adjustable I/O curve this DSP software works as a compressor, expander, limiter or noisegate simultaniously at different level ranges.

Mastering.
The Dynamite's control parameters are designed for easy use at all mastering purposes.

Control parameters.
The control parameters attack, release and gain as well as softknee and masterlink can all be adjusted in a wide range. The intelligent 'lookahead' function looks into the 'future' and gives full control over the input dynamic of the audio material. This leads to a compact and warm 'high level' sound without a loss of transparency and dynamics.

The level I/O curve can be freely defined using as many points as neccessary over the complete level range from -96 dB to 0 dB. A variable zoom function gives you full control over the level display.

Record and Play Funktion.
Dynamite is capable to record and playback Audio Files in AIFF format on harddisk. In 'offline' mode files on harddisk can be processed.

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:26 pm

*********** SURROUND ENCODER ************

Realtime Surround-Encoder with peakmeters for Falcon 030.
SoundPool´s Surround Encoder encodes a four channel mix created by a mixer capable of surround-panning (i.e. a surround mix with left, right, center and surround channels) into a stereo audio file. The thus encoded audio signal is storable just as normal stereo audio material on DAT, CD, ADAT or cassette.
These recordings are then decodable by standard consumer-type surround decoders and played back on home surround hifi systems which reproduce the four surround channels (left, right, centre and surround) from the two encoded channels.

Encoding is done in real time. This makes it possible to feed the encoded signal directly into a decoder for studio monitoring purposes during production.

User Interface.
The surround encoder features an intuitive window-based operating surface. The main operating elements are six peak meters and six virtual faders.

Six peak meters.
The six real time peak meters represent the four input channels (left, right, centre and surround) and the two computed output channels, enabling easy monitoring of signal levels.

Level Control.
Six virtual sliders serve to control the levels of all channels for easy control of the encoding process. Output level can be decreased only.

Software Characteristics.
- Intuitive and easy-to-operate user interface.
- Original SoundPool high-quality encoding process, compatible with most surround decoders.
- Fully digital encoding, which means that audio material suffers no loss of quality through the encoding process.
- Real time processing. The encoded signal can be monitored from the Falcon´s D/A, SPDIF or ADAT output.
- Full support of SoundPool´s ADAT interface for digital input of the four surround channels.

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:30 pm

*********** AUDIOMASTER ************

Mastering Software for Falcon 030.
AudioMaster is the professional cutting and premastering HDR-System for any musician, producer or soundengineer who wants to get the best results from his recordings.

Quickly and free of losses a new run of events is arranged or volume levels are optimized. Sample-accurate cuts and different crossfades allow you to perform very complex editing operations with your music material.
• Scrubbing.
• Non-destructive Editing.
• Markers on the Fly.
• Bar Editing.
• Crossfade, Fade In/Out.
• Normalize absolut and relativ.

Peakmeter with margin- and intelligent overload-display. different zooms and waveforms, sample overview, automatic peaksearch, external audio synchronization (with play clock), break function for digital silence between two songs or parts, pre-roll time adjustable, export cuelist to audiofile, import und export audio files as AIFF and AVR, export of marker and cuelist as ascii file.

Audio Master can be expanded to a complete audio mastering workstation by additional DSP plug-ins:
AudioMaster Multi Dynamics Module (Item code: 210-04).
Since the Multi Dynamics Tool became part of the Audio Master Mastering System you can forget about any trouble you had with levels, peaks and 'pumping' compressors. This DSP Software allows you to adjust freely your own level I/O curve whereby you can use compressor, limiter, expander or gate functions at the same time for different level ranges.
Attack, release and gain as well as softknee and the brand new masterlink function are selectable. The intelligent 'lookahead' function looks into the 'future' and gives full control over the dynamics of the audio material.

AudioMaster Analyser Module (Item code:210-02)
The volume levels of the individual third bands are displayed in realtime. An important measuring instrument for audio quality controlling.
Third bands, adjustable releasetime, four types of digital windows: Hanning, Hamming, Kaiser, Blackman, 8k value FFT, linear mode in 5 Hz steps at 48 kHz sample rate, analyser function in standby, record und playback mode.

AudioMaster EQ Module (Item code: 210-03)
Six parametric stereo EQ's are available for editing the audio material. Frequency, attenuation, width (dB/octave) and the filter shape (highshelf, lowshelf, bandpass and notch) can be adjusted individually. For control purposes, the EQ's frequency curve is displayed graphically. The filters represent highest possible audio quality (no frequency-related phase shifts) and are therefore suitable for mastering studios.

AudioMaster MIDI Sync. Module (Item code: 210-01)
MIDI timecode generation and Sync.-Start create the link to external equipment. The break entries in the AudioMaster cuelist allow you to send MIDI events. This lets you control, for example, a CD-recorder (record on, set start-ID, record off) or an effects processor through program change messages. The MIDI trigger function allows you to play selected ranges from a MIDI keyboard.

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:54 pm

*********** AUDIOTRACKER ************

AudioTracker for Falcon 030 was developed to meet demands set by real-life professional recording studio situations. But because Audio Tracker provides up to eight tracks (with optional individual analog outputs), it is just as well suited for the professional video post production studio, where it can be configured to play back a stereo ambience, a musical soundtrack in stereo and a narrator's voice in stereo in a six track setup.
Together with SoundPool's Analog 8 output expansion unit, AudioTracker can route each track to its own individual analog output for further processing on an analog mixing console. Audio Tracker generates and synchronizes to MIDI Time Code (MTC). Its MIDI remote control feature allows you to synchronize multiple Falcons 030 if you need more than eight tracks.

Handling Speed.
Strangely, in spite of random hard disk access, many hard disk recording programs prove to be slower than tape recorders in standard studio situations. Often, before an actual recording can be made, they require you to activate a recording track, give theintended take a name, to make the actual recording and then to wait for the computer to generate wave display data before you can listen to what you just recorded. If you're recording a sensitive vocalist for example, this can be a severe drawback.
With AudioTracker however, as many tasks as possible have been automated, making it one of the fastest products on the market as far as handling speed is concerned. AudioTracker won't force you to wait for the computer to generate waveform display data before you can listen to a take. And if a take recorded with Audio Tracker has to be repeated, the system is ready for the repeat take immediately. Random access on the hard disk allows you to locate any one of ten locator positions instantaneously. Performance & Reliability AudioTracker, similar to a tape recorder, reserves physical hard disk space for each track automatically, which markedly improves disk performance and more importantly: handling speed and reliability, making Audio Tracker the ideal digital recording tool.

Editing Functions.
AudioTracker's wave editor gives you extensive control over the data on the hard disk, providing fast block functions to cut, copy, paste, move, fade-in, fade-out, reverse and normalize audio data with single sample precision. The possibilities provided by AudioTracker's internal mixer are more than sufficient for most applications. All important parameters can be saved and instantly recalled. Rounding off the picture of the all in one professional quality recording device is the built-in DSP effects processor. Each audio channel can be processed with various reverb, EQ and compressor/gate algorithms without leaving the digital domain. All effects algorithms can be easily edited, making Audio Tracker a complete digital studio.

Compatibilty.
AudioTracker can convert its audio data to the AIFF format for compatibility with Steinberg's Cubase Audio Falcon. If you already own this program, you will find that Audio Tracker is the ideal complement to this software product at an unbelievably low price.

Very fast handling, 8 individual analog outputs (with Analog 8 Interface), MTC Synchronization, MIDI remote, Punch IN/OUT, Pre Rol, 10 locator pairs, songpointers, Digital mixdown, Sample rate conversion, DAT backup (with optional Digital Interface), Import and export of AIFF, AVR, DVSM and WAV audio data files, Audio Import from Audio CD via SCSI.

Recorder, Editor and Mixer.
Editing of up to 4 tracks simultaneously, Block functions: Interactive Zoom Function (Magnify), Numerical Block Editing, Fade, Normalize, Level, Move, Reverse, Cut, Copy, Paste, Editing with single sample precision, Zero snap, Grid snap, Fader MIDI Control, Fadergroups, EQ, DSP-compressor/gate, six reverb algorithms, Reverb gain, Early reflections, Decay time, Delay gain.

WaveMaster.
The AudioTracker's wave editor as a stand-alone program or accessory. It can be used for sample editing of your audio files on harddisk (e.g. in combination with Cubase, AudioMaster etc.).

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atari74user » Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:46 pm

Actually, I do have most of the downloads from the Soundpool site somewhere. I downloaded them before the site links broke. I am in a BIG clean up and sorting out Atari downloads I have collated and on various old HDs. Once collated I'll put them on my website which I am sorting out.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 6:33 pm

Atari74user wrote:Actually, I do have most of the downloads from the Soundpool site somewhere. I downloaded them before the site links broke. I am in a BIG clean up and sorting out Atari downloads I have collated and on various old HDs. Once collated I'll put them on my website which I am sorting out.


Indicate the link to your website, please.
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Postby Atari74user » Thu Aug 16, 2018 9:24 pm

Hi Atarieterno, I certainly will when it is done, still under construction at the moment, I will post a link when published! Was actually doing a little work on it tonight.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:45 pm

*********** CDRECORDER 2 ************

The comprehensive 'State of the art' recording software package for Atari Computers (TT, Falcon, Hades, etc). Contains all programs and tools that are required for creating and reading CD-ROMs: CDRecorder Pro 2, CDRecorder Audio 2, CD-Copy, SCSI_CD.BOS and the Multisession CPX.
All major Yamaha and Philips compatible CD writers are supported (incl. 4 x speed)

CDRecorder Pro 2.
With CDRecorder Pro 2 you can generate all CD-ROM formats (with ISO 9660, ATARI, DOS and back-up standard) incl. Mixed Mode CD and CD-Extra as well as Audio CD-DA. High speed ISO-formatting and multisession mode with back up and archive bit management will ease your regular data back-up. With the drag and drop functions and the completely new designed user interface it is fun to create new CD-ROMs.

- Intelligent CD format management.
- CD-ROM, Mixed-Mode, CD-Extra, Audio CD-DA.
- Generic SCSI Copy Function for HD drives and CD-ROMs.
- Automatic archive bit management.
- Detailed volume descriptor editing for CD-ROMs.

CDRecorder Audio 2.
Use the CDRecorder Audio 2 software to create audio CDs. The program manages audio files in AIFF, AVR and WAV format. The New masterlist editor features PQ-data editing for redbook compatible audio CDs, incuding audio playback directly from hard disk and masterlist printout. The audio CD can be played in every consumer CD player. Record Companys accept the CD as a master for replication.

- Sub-Index freely adjustable into the music track.
- Selectable Pre-Emphasis and Copy-Protection for each track.
- Adjustable pause time.
- Adjustable track offset in audioframes for each track.
- Media Catalogue Number.
- International Standard Recording Code for each track.
- Printout function for masterlist and coverlist.

The CDRecorder package also includes an additional CD Copy program for audio CD and CD-ROM, a SCSI_CD.BOS driver to use CD writers as a CD-ROM reader and a multisession CPX to switch between the sessions of a multisession CD.

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:04 am

*********** ZERO-X ************

Zero-X for all Ataris and Falcon 030.
Seamlessly looped sounds and freshly recycled drum loops without nightwork and headaches: with Zero-X Digital Sound Design Software SoundPool presents a tool with fantastic new functions for sample editing. Zero-X runs on all Atari computers, but performs best on the Falcon 030 with SCSI sample transfer, DSP signal processor and the build in sound subsystem.

AutoLoop.
Some people claim their sampler has an auto loop, usually the auto loop is very limited but more often there is no auto loop at all. Zero-X offers intelligent auto loop with a fast auto search function that checks every single byte to see were the most optimum loop pair is.

Sample editing.
To speed up the boring process of cutting out different samples from a long sample or cutting of the noise in the beginning of the sample you should try out the Zero-X smart cut and digital noisgate functions. With the mix function you can create new sounds from different samples. Set your crossfade marker directly in the sample and the visual Xfade function shows you what exactly happens. Optimize your samples with the optimize function very fast and point out the highest position with 'get peak'.

Split drums.
Splits up your drum loop into its individual transients automatically. You have the option to add, move and even delete the split markers afterwards.

Send all drums created by the split drums function back to the sampler, check the tempo and create a standard MIDI file of the split drum positions. Now you can exchange certain drum sounds, change the tempo without time-streching or even quantize the live played drums to a new groove.

- Sends and receives samples via SCSI (Falcon/TT and ST with Link hostadapter) and MIDI.
- Converts sound files of any size and format.
- The build in software sample rate converter performs fast and with high quality.

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Sample processing with the ATARI: ZeroX v2.0.

To be the Swiss Army knife for the recording studio, this was the Falcon from the outset predestined because he just about anything from the factory has been on board what a music computer needs: a DSP, a 8kanaliges Audio Subsystem, MIDI ports and a single SCSI bus.

The program "ZeroX" from Sweden could be regarded as the corresponding multi-function software. It uses the Falcon hardware to record audio files to play to find loops to process samples with DSP effects and for the exchange of audio data with other programs and the connected compilations on diskette / hard disk, SCSI and MIDI.

What ZeroX anything can.

General.
Hard disk recording via the analog inputs or Falcon SoundPool S/PDIF.
Play over Falcon Analogaus gears and SoundPooI S/PDIF sample accurate editing of audio samples.
Stereo samples into two mono samples (L/R) convert merge left and right channels of a stereo sample to a mono Sample.
Mono samples in pseudostereo convert (Pitch Shift and Delay).
Show / Hide samples-level adjustment and control optimization (Normalizing).
Computer assistance in finding loop points.
Edit samples, so they can be looping better definable crossfade loops.
Edit samples with delay, phase Round Chorus effects.
Sound edit samples with different types of filters.
Remove Noise from shooting "Entknacken" samples with special algorithms.
Time Stretching (manipulation of time with constant pitch).
Sample rate conversion.
Produce exact BPM times drumloops.

Beat Loop mode:
In Beat Loop mode ZeroX shares a drum loop on the individual strokes. These individual impacts are then transmitted as individual samples on a sampler. ZeroX created from the positions of the samples relative to the beginning and end of the drum loop a Standard MIDI File that can be played from a sequencer to trigger individual drum loop Beats the sampler. The advantage here is that the pace of the drum loop in the Sequencer can be manipulated without changing the pitch of the drum loop. Furthermore, the individual strokes can be individually edited (eg dies) are.

Sample transfer.
Conversion of sample formats (eg AIFF> WAV)
Transfer of samples between samplers and Falcon via MIDI in Akai, Ensoniq, Peavey, Kurzweil and EMU via SCSI
Transferring samples between samplers from different manufacturers (eg Ensoniq -> Akai)
Samples import Akai S1000 formatted floppy disks handling.
The features listed under "General", most Sampler factory already on board. Here the advantage of ZeroX is the graphic representation of the sample as a waveform with a zoom function of "Overview" to the presentation of individual samples of a sample.
The program is completely controlled by the mouse. Most keyboard commands correspond to the de facto standard of the Falcon (eg keypad "Enter" = Play). An ever-visible toolbar with buttons symbol image provides an overview of the available functions. Top right in the corner appears a brief explanation of the function of a button when the mouse pointer is on it. About Pull-down menus any other programs are still selected.

D2D.
New in version 2 of ZeroX is the ability to record the Falcon directly to disk. Audio files that are larger than the memory of the computer can be edited, and can be loaded into the RAM parts, edited and written back to disk.

Looping the loop.
ZeroX can find at a given loop end point of a selected block to the best matching loop start point. The program can search from a marked area both loop points, the user can specify a minimum distance between the loop points. If no satisfactory loop is found, there is still the approximation of loop end and Loopbeginn by crossfade (Crossfade). To compensate for level differences between loop end and loop start, provides ZeroX a "gate" function that leveled these differences.
The results of its operations may Zero X put on mass storage. This enables the exchange of data with other programs. From the loop functions in ZeroX can benefit as Cubase Audio as ZeroX can physically looping a sample with "Copy block" and export it as an AIFF file. So a singing tone can be artificially reproduced stretched in supernatural lengths in Cubase. The functions listed under "Beat Loop" and "Sample Transfer" represent the peculiarity of ZeroX. It is crucial for the program's usefulness as well the Sample Transfer works.

Sample Transfer via MIDI.
Our tests with Akai samplers and Ensoniq have shown that the transfer of sample data at the Falcon via MIDI always works. One should note that getting the Falcon own MIDI inputs and outputs must be used. It supports any MIDI port extensions.

Sample Transfer the example "Ensoniq".
If ZeroX to bring a sample of a Ensoniq Sampler with the "Get Sample" function, two tests are necessary in principle. In the first experiment the Ensoniq Sampler invites a special overlay of the operating system disk. Only when repeated "get" command is transferring. If the Ensoniq Sampler has its overlay loaded once, enough from then a single "Get Sample" command.
This example can be seen what problems need to employ programmers ZeroX. Each sampler has its peculiarities, each manufacturer is cooking his own SCSI soup, and a standard indicated in the form of Peavey Protocol so slowly beginning to. Against this background, the number of supported Sampler is quite remarkable.

Sample Transfer via SCSI.
Sample transmission over the SCSI interface, we tested at Akai and Ensoniq samplers. In order for the SCSI transfer works, must be connected at the Falcon ZeroX via MIDI with the sampler. Length and texture of SCSI cables are critical. To be on the "safe side", we worried for the SCSI test with an Ensoniq EPS 16 + a special "HD SCSI II male to 25 pin D-sub 'Cable. This cable worked the SCSI transfer. The only drawback: The cable was quite short. Therefore, the sampler had to be moved from its original place in the studio in the immediate vicinity of the Falcon. So it is not only software technical considerations to make when a SCSI transfer is to take place! The SCSI Sample transfer between an Akai S1100 and a Falcon also was successful in both directions.
Yet for all the love for SCSI: When working with samples that do not go beyond the 500 kB brand as in drum loops generally the Fallist, you can be happy with the MIDI transmission. For the MIDI transmission speaks a simpler connection and greater possible cable lengths.
The work breaks that occur during MIDI transmission, can be used with body stretching exercises or the procurement of fresh coffee.
Who should return many large samples via SCSI, should think twice about where he wants physically prepare its Falcon and his sampler. Racksampler are here a clear advantage.

ZeroX on TT and ST.
ZeroX also runs on Atari STs. Import audio files is possible on these computers only via floppy disk / hard disk or over a sampler device equipped with MIDI. Problems resorted to the MIDI transmission with an ST with TOS 1:02 a. TOS 1:04 it should be. Computer the STE class can play samples in 8-bit mode on their audio outputs.

Appreciation.
Really nice is working with ZeroX on the Falcon because these spontaneous listening control provides superb sound quality at Klangtüfteln. ZeroX is a handy tool for people who make the Falcon and samplers music.

Hardware requirements: Falcon, TT, Mega STE, Mega ST, ST with at least 1 MB RAM.

Special features: licensed copy protection.

Price: DM 299, -

Manufacturer: Copson Data & HB button, Sweden.

Sales: Soundpool GmbH Postfach 1112 74373 Zaberfeld.

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Supported Sampler:
Sample Dump Standard.
Akai S2000.
Akai S3000.
Akai S 950.
Akai S1000.
Akai S1100.
Akai 5900 EMU E4.
Ensoniq ASR 10.
Ensoniq EPS.
Ensoniq EPS 16+.
EMU E64.
EMU Emax II.
EMU ESi32.
Peavey SP V 1.4.
Kurzweil K2600.
Kurzweil K2000.
Roland S760.
Roland S770.
Roland S50.
Roland 5750.
Yamaha TX16W.
Yamaha RM50.
Yamaha SY99.

Supported Sound Formats:
.TKE (DAME).
.AIFF (Cubase Audio).
.SD (Sound Designer I).
.AVR (ATARI).
.WAV (PC).
.DVS (WinRec DVSM).
.RAW (no header).
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:40 am

*********** FREESTYLE ************
For all Atari Computers.

Freestyle is a realtime arrangement program for use in studios or even live on stage. Freestyle creates professional backing with stylistically correct rhythms and explosive fills.
This is not only meant for keyboard players: Freestyle is just the right tool for singers, guitarists, saxophonists, jingle producers and multi-media experts! Freestyle relieves the musician of routine arrangement, thus leaving time and space for more creative work on the melody and harmony of a song. Simply enter the chords and a suitable Style - it's as easy as that! .

7 ACC tracks, additional harmony and melody track.
59 types of chords.
Leadsheet Editor.
Build in MIDI file player and style editor!
MIDI remote control.

MO 4.
With Freestyle comes a MO 4 driver for the Steinberg M.ROS (MO_44.DRV). It can be used with all M.ROS programs (i.e. Cubase and Freestyle).

Styles.
For Freestyle several Style diskettes with styles in General MIDI Standard are available.

SoundPool also offers the tried-and-tested styles from the Freestyle collection for all Roland keyboards/expanders in the E-series i.e. E-35, E-36, E-56, E-70, RA-90, KR-650, KR-3500 or QM Third Hand.


3 Dance Hall 13 Swing & Jazz
4 Orient Grooves 14 Electronic Fantasy 2
6 Standard Grooves 15 R&B and Folkrock
7 Pop Mix 16 Rock and Chartpop
8 Latin & Salsa 17 Standard 1 Tanzmusik
9 int. Tanzmusik 18 Chartbreaker Hits
10 German Hits 19 Standard 2 int. Tanzmusik
11 Electronic Fantasy 1 20 Flippers 1
12 Tekkno 21 Standard 3 int. Tanzmusik

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Foxxy74 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:37 pm

Great work so far!

Perhaps worth to make a sticky for all different music programs.
Atari 260 ST (rainbow TOS) Atari Falcon 030 14 MB 32GB HDD ,Plextor 716A CD/DVD ,Atari 1040 STE (4MB) C-Lab Mk-X CT 060 Atari Mega STe Soundpool Adat... too much :D

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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Atarieterno » Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:06 pm

Foxxy74 wrote:Great work so far!

Perhaps worth to make a sticky for all different music programs.



Preservation is necessary, much better if we do it in an orderly manner (by specialty, company, etc).
Now we need manuals, people who have manuals of these musical utilities could share a scanned copy (even if it is paid for the work in a copy-shop, which is cheap).
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Faucon2001 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 5:07 pm

Thank you very much for sharing. They are part of the best of Atari audio softwares, and they deserv preservation.
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Re: Soundpool programs

Postby Faucon2001 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 6:53 pm

I tried to unpack it with unrar on Atari and OSX and got error messages saying it's not a .rar archive.
What archiver have you used?
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