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help me convert a cassette WAV to CAS

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#26 lemiel OFFLINE  



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Posted Sun Mar 9, 2014 3:08 PM

Ok, thanks. Will see if there will be another wav file of this.

#27 8bitplayerswillriseagain OFFLINE  


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Posted Thu Jul 3, 2014 3:33 PM

Fellow Atari Retro Enthusiasts!!


I'm not technically the original poster, but Savetz, the dude who did so, did it due to my request from him!  He was the guy that I randomly contacted to see whether my .WAV file from a CHEAP QUALITY cassette conversion could be ressurected.  As you have seen from the posts, phaeron did it!  I was archiving this text, for historical purposes, so when I am an old man in 2065, I can pull up the saved text and show kids how cool it was for these guys to take my old 1987 (??) analogue, magnetic media cassette and make a .WAV file from it, then NOT TOUCH it in over a DECADE, and on a random whim, contact an Atari enthusiast, to see if the impossible could be done!


I was unaware of the posts AFTER the conversion was done, when Savetz and other posters, expressed interest in messing with the original .WAV file!


So, here it is!!




On this "Atari Legacy" page I cite the entire story of this thread!!


So, have at it!  This is the ORIGINAL uncut, unaltered, unabridged version from the analogue conversion that I did in around 2001, or a year close to that time!

Edited by 8bitplayerswillriseagain, Thu Jul 3, 2014 3:37 PM.

#28 thorfdbg OFFLINE  



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Posted Sat Jul 5, 2014 2:53 AM

Thanks for the update and the original file. It looks like it contains four (or three) data files. Once cut in part, they decode correctly with my tool on the first attempt, so I guess it's pretty robust. I'll try to improve it a bit to even allow such multi-stage files and skip over the music you have taped over.

#29 8bitplayerswillriseagain OFFLINE  


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Posted Wed Apr 29, 2015 10:07 PM

Hello, gang!  I had to re-locate my Atari site!  The WAV file, in it's raw and uncut, untouched form, of the year 2001, is there as well.  The two new links:



The four games were saved onto the cassette, somewhere around the year 1985!

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