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chrisnova777
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tims atari midi world website

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hi there
i recently noticed this site has gone offline
i was actually interested in mirrorring tim's content on my own domain (www.oldschooldaw.com)
to ensure that the info remains accessible.. does anyone here know who i can get in touch with
who was managing the website following mr tim conrardys death in recent years?
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I don't know who that is, but have you tried the wayback archive?
https://archive.org/web/
Updated my guides as of june 28th, 2016. Check'em out and feedback!
http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=5040
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I grabbed a lot of files not long ago. May have used HTTrack to down load the site and links, but have to check. With the Atari realm experiencing a newly developed hardware boom, new users will be searching for applications they've read about taking the dive into TOS.
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http://tamw.exxoshost.co.uk/

it's all there.

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is is great that Exxos mirrored it, thanks
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Few years ago, while testing Hatari's MIDI compatibility, I went through programs available at Tim's world. Midi Mouse was one of the nicer programs. One can produce pretty OK music easily with it without having any particular experience in producing music. I definitely recommend checking it out.
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http://atari-music.fddvoron.name/

its also at this location - there are other locations aswell, i think
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