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E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:19 am

Hi folks,
a little while ago the friendly folks on here helped me with Improved Copy Protection on a synth editor K-edit.
I've just got hold of an official copy of E-magic's Sound Surfer, installed it on my hard drive, but would also like to use it on my other Ataris and EZdrives. Interestingly enough, the download site for the official upgrades
ftp2.emagic.de/pub/sounddiver/atari/

no longer seems to work.
So here are the 3 disks comprising Sound Surfer for you to work with. Disks 2 and 3 arer libraries and config files, while disk 1 has the program plus installation prg that also writes to the original disk to say that you've done the one time only hard disk install.

Have fun working with these!

Best wishes,
David.
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:48 am

Hi again folks,
here's another link to the Emagic Sound Diver and Sound Surfer library:
http://ftp.iem.at/ATARI/Emagic/readme.1st

which perversely has all the details, but no files to download :roll:
Anyone know where they might be lurking?

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby [ProToS] » Sun Sep 05, 2010 7:11 pm

I have look on my archive and I have this files from ftp mirror
by luck this old mirror (1995 to 1997) still working :D

ftp://dir.mcc.ac.uk/pub/emagic/SOUNDDIV ... TES/ATARI/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:35 am

Hi Protos,
many thanks for the link, but unfortunately it times out so I'm guessing that it's a dead one. :cry:
Any other links anyone?

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:34 am

[ProToS] wrote:I have look on my archive and I have this files from ftp mirror
by luck this old mirror (1995 to 1997) still working :D

ftp://dir.mcc.ac.uk/pub/emagic/SOUNDDIV ... TES/ATARI/

It worked for me.

This is the list of contents:
Code: Select all
!LIESMIC.TXT
!README.TXT
DIVER_(Deutsch+English)
DIVER_(deutsch)
DIVER_(english)
FAQ_D.TXT
For_Adaptation_authors
INFILE.LZH
LOOPFREE.LZH
LOOPFREE.PRG
Libraries
News
POLYFRAME
SDD1.LZH
SDD2.LZH
SDD3.LZH
SDD4.LZH
SDD5.LZH
SDD6.LZH
SDE1.LZH
SDE2.LZH
SDE3.LZH
SDE4.LZH
SDE5.LZH
SDE6.LZH
SSD1.LZH
SSD2.LZH
SSD3.LZH
SSE1.LZH
SSE2.LZH
SSE3.LZH
SSHC.TTP
SURFER_(Deutsch+English)
SURFER_(deutsch)
SURFER_(english)
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Mon Sep 06, 2010 12:04 pm

Thanks for the info guys.
something's going wrong somewhere, because I just get blank results in both Navigator and Firefox.
Any ideas?

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 12:14 pm

david etheridge wrote:Thanks for the info guys.
something's going wrong somewhere, because I just get blank results in both Navigator and Firefox.
Any ideas?

Best wishes,
Dave.

Try with a FTP Client (e.g. Filezilla), or do it from a command line.
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

Atari ST Essential software (The List)
My FTP Server: http://www.datavase.info/FTPserver (only from Midnight to 8am UK Time)
My music at http://soundcloud.com/datavase/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Mon Sep 06, 2010 1:42 pm

AtariSince1989 wrote:
david etheridge wrote:Thanks for the info guys.
something's going wrong somewhere, because I just get blank results in both Navigator and Firefox.
Any ideas?

Best wishes,
Dave.

Try with a FTP Client (e.g. Filezilla), or do it from a command line.


Hi again,
thanks for the filezilla tip, but I get no connection either there or with any other search engine.

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 1:47 pm

david etheridge wrote:Hi again,
thanks for the filezilla tip, but I get no connection either there or with any other search engine.

Dave.

That's quite weird. Looks like you have some kind of ban system 8O

Let me know what are you interested on downloading, and I could mirror it on my FTP server for you.
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

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My FTP Server: http://www.datavase.info/FTPserver (only from Midnight to 8am UK Time)
My music at http://soundcloud.com/datavase/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 1:50 pm

Hmm, there is indeed something weird here. I tried the same address from my computer at home, and couldn't connect.

I'll mirror it on my FTP server and post here the address.
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

Atari ST Essential software (The List)
My FTP Server: http://www.datavase.info/FTPserver (only from Midnight to 8am UK Time)
My music at http://soundcloud.com/datavase/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 2:01 pm

OK. Mirrored at my FTP Server: ftp://ftp.datavase.info/pub/emagic/SOUN ... TES/ATARI/

Enjoy!
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

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My FTP Server: http://www.datavase.info/FTPserver (only from Midnight to 8am UK Time)
My music at http://soundcloud.com/datavase/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Mon Sep 06, 2010 2:10 pm

Many thanks!!!

What I was hoping for is that someone here can provide a working copy of Sound Surfer/ Diver for the day when my master disk gives up the ghost. And can you 'update' Surfer to Diver?

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby [ProToS] » Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:14 pm

if you want to made a mirror they have also atari elsewhere on the emagic folder
ftp://dir.mcc.ac.uk/pub/emagic/

as for me this ftp don't work with fireftp extension on firefox but it run fine on totalcommander integrated ftp client
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby AtariSince1989 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:46 am

[ProToS] wrote:if you want to made a mirror they have also atari elsewhere on the emagic folder
ftp://dir.mcc.ac.uk/pub/emagic/

Up to you guys. I just mirrored that part to allow david etheridge to download what he wanted.
- Atari 520 STe 4MB RAM + TOS 2.06 + UltraSatan
- Atari Falcon030 14MB RAM + TOS 4.04 + IDE-SD card HDD + NVRAM mod + SCSI buffer clock mod + EtherNEC
- Amstrad CPC 6128 + HxC USB Floppy Emulator
- Acorn A3010 4MB RAM + 40MB IDE HDD

Atari ST Essential software (The List)
My FTP Server: http://www.datavase.info/FTPserver (only from Midnight to 8am UK Time)
My music at http://soundcloud.com/datavase/
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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby david etheridge » Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:25 pm

Hi folks,
thanks for the links and downloads.
Has anyone had any joy about making the Surfer prog copyable?

For that matter, is George (GGN) the hacking genius who helped with K-edit still around here?

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Re: E-Magic Sound surfer

Postby fusionsynth » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:07 am

david etheridge wrote:Hi folks,
a little while ago the friendly folks on here helped me with Improved Copy Protection on a synth editor K-edit.
I've just got hold of an official copy of E-magic's Sound Surfer, installed it on my hard drive, but would also like to use it on my other Ataris and EZdrives. Interestingly enough, the download site for the official upgrades
ftp2.emagic.de/pub/sounddiver/atari/

no longer seems to work.
So here are the 3 disks comprising Sound Surfer for you to work with. Disks 2 and 3 arer libraries and config files, while disk 1 has the program plus installation prg that also writes to the original disk to say that you've done the one time only hard disk install.

Have fun working with these!

Best wishes,
David.



Sorry to bump this thread, but is it possible to install this also in Steem? When i try to install it in Steem, it asks for the 2nd and 3rd disk. When i put it in virtually in Steem, it can't find the disk.
Anyone?
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