S.O.P. Track 7 - Prelude and Fugue No7 in E-Flat Major
This track may seem a little plucky but if you listen to the tracks in order your ears may become conditioned to the point where it doesn't sound half bad. Or maybe not.
prelude and fugue No7 in E-Flat Major.mp3 (6.56MB)
All the rest of the music has been entered into the MIDI Music System and is ready to record once some new sounds can be programed. For this track minor changes to the BASIC software was made to give a quick pluck or hit sound. I was a little supprised that a delay loop was needed when the program was compiled.
This is the code that produces the sound. It occures so quickly that there didn't seem to be much need to check for a new note during the play period. The effects processor on the mixer was used to add some depth to the sound.
REM VOL IS DISTORTION+ VOLUME
960 POKE AUDF1,LOBYTE(MIDINOTE)
970 POKE AUDF2,HIBYTE(MIDINOTE)
975 FOR VOL=160 TO 175 STEP 1:POKE AUDC2,VOL:FOR X2=1 TO 4:NEXT X2:NEXT VOL
976 FOR X2=1 TO 4:NEXT X2
978 FOR VOL=175 TO 160 STEP -1:POKE AUDC2,VOL:FOR X2=1 TO 4:NEXT X2:NEXT VOL
The .MUS and program files are on the .ATR. The prelude and fugue were enter into different files and then combined in PANDF07.MUS for recording.
Music File origin: PANDF07.MUS
- entered from sheet music into MMS
Control Computer: 130XE
Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor
MIDI out: MIDIMAX
Atari 130XE (#2)
MIDI in: Arduino Software: MonoSyn_1voice. ino
Monitor output to mixer
Software: T7VA4.OBJ - MMG compiled Atari BASIC program
Loaded from ATARIMAX Cart.
Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX
Mic One input - Atari monitor port
FX : Voice 1-3 #85 Phaser + Reverb 2
Voice 4 #09 Church
Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2
File: prelude and fugue No7 in E-Flat Major.aup
- Sync tracks and trim
- Pan 40%L-40%R-10%L-10%R