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  1. Since the Switched On Bach album was released in 1968 and the Atari 800 was introduced in 1979, it seemed fitting that I would should start with the 1979 Atari and fade into the 1990 Yamaha TG-33. Brandonburg #3 third move.mp3 NOTES: Music File origin: Sheet Music VBURGM3.MUS for Atari RECORD.MUS for TG-33 RECORD.INF for TG-33 channel assignments Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor Voice 1 - PAT9 Voice 2 - PAT10 Voice 4 - PAT8 MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 130XE (#2) MIDI in: Arduino Software: MONOSYN_1-Byte_Data_rC.ino Monitor output to mixer Software: ADSR0D.M65 (recompiled for each voice settings) (.Included READMIDC.M65) - PAT8.OBJ PAT9.OBJ PAT10.OBJ Loaded from ATARIMAX Cart. Yamaha TG-33 Sound Card VC3303 - Voice Data Card Multi C1-15 CLASSIC Voice 1 = Channel 5 Voice 2 = Channel 5 Voice 4 = Channel 4 Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX Mic One input - Atari monitor port LINE IN 5/6 - Yamaha TG-33 FX : #3 MID HALL 1 Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 File: Brandonburg #3 third move.aup - Sync tracks and trim - Fade in and out TRACK12.atr
  2. My Catch-22: If I knew what I know now, I am not sure I would have started this project. But If I didn't start this project, I would not have learned what I know now. It seems like it has taken forever to finish the tracks but I'm not sure when it started. In October 2018 the prologue was written; that's only 10 months. If you consider I started experimenting with programing MIDI, it started when "Computer Blues" was modified to output midi commands through the 850's RS232 port; September 2016. I would expect that it took about 2 months of work from track one to twelve, if you only consider when inspiration and motivation were at sufficient levels to advance the project. Much thought was put into deciding if some of the tracks should be redone (they are not all my favorites). There is still a lot that can be done to the Arduino interface. The Atari Software could use a few more options. These changes will come in the future. Today, I am even more amazed at what Wendy Carlos was able to accomplish in 1968 to produce Switched On Bach. Just the fact that I didn't have to deal with the Atari detuning half way through recordings and the free multi track recording software is so much easier to use then tape; the lack of which would have stopped me in her tracks. ------------------------------------- Rough draft for the cd jewel case insert. SOP Jewl case draft.pdf
  3. It gets a bit out of tune, but is recognizable. Free for anyone to edit/use/enjoy. songproto-bachfuguebvw953.bas songproto-bachfuguebvw953.rom Include "constants.bas" CLS Mode 0 , 0,0,0,0 Wait Print At 0 Color FG_YELLOW , "Bach Fuge in C-Dur, BWV 953" Print At 80 Color FG_TAN , "Press top side" Print At 100 Color FG_TAN , "button to" Print At 120 Color FG_TAN , "restart music." Print At 160 Color FG_GREEN , "Press bottom side " Print At 180 Color FG_GREEN , "button to exit." Wait Play Full Wait Play MyMusic Wait Goto PlayLoop PlayLoop: Wait If Cont.B0 Then Wait : Play Off : Wait : Play MyMusic If Cont.B1 Then Goto ExitThis If Cont.B2 Then Goto ExitThis Wait Goto PlayLoop ExitThis: Wait Print At 235 Color (Rand and 7) , "Bye." For spinWait = 0 to 5 Wait Next Play Off MyMusic: Data 4 Music - , - , - Music C5Y , - , - Music S , - , - Music B4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music A4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music B4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music G4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music B4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music F4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music B4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , - , - Music S , - , - Music E4 , - , - Music S , - , - Music C5 , G4Y , - Music S , S , - Music B4 , F4# , - Music S , S , - Music C5 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music D4 , E4 , - Music S , S , - Music C5 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music B4 , F4# , - Music S , S , - Music A4 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music B4 , D4 , - Music S , S , - Music C5 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music A4 , F4# , - Music S , S , - Music B4 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music C5 , C4 , - Music S , S , - Music E5 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music D5 , F4# , - Music S , S , - Music C5 , G4 , - Music S , S , - Music B4 , B3 , - Music S , S , - Music S , G4 , C4Y Music S , S , S Music S , F4# , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , G4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music C5 , A3 , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , G4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music S , F4# , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , E4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music B4 , F4# , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , G4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music S , E4 , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , F4# , C4 Music S , S , S Music E5 , G4 , F3 Music S , S , S Music S , A4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music S , G4 , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , F4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music D5 , E4 , E3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , C4 Music S , S , S Music S , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , C4 Music S , S , S Music C5 , F4 , D3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , C4 Music S , S , S Music A4 , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music D5 , E4 , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , C4 Music S , S , S Music C5 , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music B4 , A4 , C3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music C5 , G4 , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music C5 , A4 , B2 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , F3# Music S , S , S Music C5 , D5 , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , F3# Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music C5 , G4 , A2 Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , F3# Music S , S , S Music S , S , E3 Music S , S , S Music C5 , C5 , F3# Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , E3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , F3# Music S , S , S Music F5 , F4# , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , F3# Music S , S , S Music D5 , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music G5 , B4 , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , G3 Music S , S , S Music F5 , S , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music E5 , E4 , C4 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music C5 , S , C3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music F5 , A4 , B2 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music E5 , S , B3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music D5 , D4 , A3 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music B4 , S , A2 Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music S , S , S Music E5 , - , G2 Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music D5 , - , G3 Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music C5 , - , C3 Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music S , - , S Music Stop
  4. Bach had the idea to write the second movement as 2 cords in one measure. Some believe that it was a place holder and Bach was going to finish the second movement at a later date and others say it provided a musician a starting point for improvisation. Wendy Carlos created a track that had me thinking her efforts were directly influenced by Bach's spirit. I'm not so lucky (or maybe your not so lucky). I took the notes of the cords and arranged them in sequence to produce the following. I'm not sure Bach would have approved of the somewhat haunting melody the sequence produced. Brandenburg No3 second movement.mp3 NOTES: Music File origin: IMPROV01.MUS - k-Pack Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor Voice 1 - PAT8 Voice 2 - PAT6 MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 130XE (#2) MIDI in: Arduino Software: MONOSYN_1-Byte_Data_rC.ino Monitor output to mixer Software: ADSR0D.M65 (recompiled for each voice settings) (.Included READMIDC.M65) - PAT6.OBJ PAT8.OBJ Loaded from ATARIMAX Cart. Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX Mic One input - Atari monitor port FX : #3 MID HALL 1 Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 File: Brandenburg no3 Second Movement.aup - Sync tracks and trim TRACK11.atr
  5. A major rewrite of the Arduino/Atari communication software was accomplished. It seems the Cassette Motor Control pin causes a spike when it switched. (You can hear it in some of the previous tracks.) BIT 7 of PORTA has been configured for output. Joystick 2 trigger can be used as BIT 7 if its ever needed. It took a couple of weeks of software trouble shooting to figure out that the hardware was the problem. The output power from the CMC was enough to trigger the optocoupler but the power from the joystick port was not. A resister was changed and the software seemed to be working the way it should. There still seems to be a click but is a little less noticeable. Sorry, I wasn't going to get technical. Brandenburg no3 First Movement.mp3 NOTES: Music File origin: BRAND.MUS - thanks to unknown person TRACK10.MUS - Recorded Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor Voice 1 - PAT5 Voice 2 - PAT6 Voice 3 - PAT7 Voice 4 - PAT8 MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 130XE (#2) MIDI in: Arduino Software: MONOSYN_1-Byte_Data_rC.ino Monitor output to mixer Software: ADSR0D.M65 (recompiled for voice settings) (.Included READMIDC.M65) - PAT5.OBJ PAT6.OBJ PAT7.OBJ PAT8.OBJ Loaded from ATARIMAX Cart. Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX Mic One input - Atari monitor port FX : #3 MID HALL 1 Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 File: Brandenburg no3 First Movement.aup - Sync tracks and trim TRACK10.atrTRACK10.atr
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