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  1. Even though the contest was extended for an extra week, I was unable to craft a beat that I thought was worthy of entry. On the other hand, the beats that were submitted are incredibly creative and well crafted. So how did you guys do it? Would anyone be willing to share their expertise by posting a beatdata.h file here? I'm especially interested in seeing the work of Randy Ball and Hally. TIA
  2. Even though the contest was extended for an extra week, I was unable to craft a beat that I thought was worthy of entry. On the other hand, the beats that were submitted are incredibly creative and well crafted. So how did you guys do it? Would anyone be willing to share their expertise by posting a beatdata.h file here? I'm especially interested in seeing the work of Randy Ball and Hally. TIA
  3. Update I've made some additions to the Generator interface since it was announced here on Sunday. I hope these new features make the Generator easier to use. But remember that I've only tested it on version 6 browsers. First, you may now change the pitch of each note by clicking directly on the pitch bar graphic. Previously, the only way to change pitch on an individual note was to use the up and down arrows. (Note: To set a note to a rest, Alt-click on the pitch bar.) Second, there are new controls for scrolling the sound, accent, and pitch waveform to the right or to the left, note by note. There are also controls for shifting the entire waveform up and down. These new controls appear on the far right of the graphical control area of both beats. There is one more feature I would like to add to the interface because I think it would greatly enhance its user-friendliness: Currently, a click on the sound icon of an individual note causes the sound value to be rotated forward through a ring of 8 values. It would be much more convenient if a menu popped up instead. I'm working on it, but I may not be finished before the contest ends. Regards, Len
  4. quote: Originally posted by Monster greifen an: Will someone please explain how this thing works!? I attempted to use the interface on the internet and absolutly do not understand what is going on. There is a Help link in the upper right hand corner of the page. Click on it, and a help page will open in a new browser window. quote As Paul has pointed out, the web interface does not generate sounds. It merely generates the data file you need to enter the contest. Finally, I should point out that I have tested the interface with Nestscape 6 and IE 6 only. I know for a fact that it does not perform correctly with Netscape 4.7. If you are having problems with the interface and you are using some other browser or version, please let me know and I'll see if I can tweak the code to support your particular broswer. Regards, Len [ 02-11-2002: Message edited by: Onco Genesis ]
  5. Damn! I wanted to do a sniper/hitman game for 2600!! You beat me to it. That's what I get for being a habitual lurker/slacker. PS. Sniper looks cool. I look forward to the finished version ... and perhaps a chance to contribute via an AtariAge-hosted label design contest?????
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