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  1. A.K.A. Invention #8 Still working with Atari BASIC to create the sounds. This time a couple of FOR-NEXT loops were added to give a little attack and decay to the notes before it was compiled. The Program does some pretty strange things to the notes when used with a MIDI KEYBOARD but works OK as long as a note get turned off before the next NOTEON command. Luckily the MIDI Music System does this. Two Part Invention in F Major.mp3 Music File origin: INVENT08.MUS - entered from sheet music Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 800 MIDI in: Arduino Software: MonoSyn_1voice. ino Monitor output to mixer Software: ATARI01B.OBJ - MMG compiled Atari BASIC program Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX Mic One input - Atari 800 monitor port FX : 14 - Mid Room 2 Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 File: Two Part Invention in F Major.aup Sound Edit - Sync tracks and trim - Normalized tracks - adjust volume on track 2 (voice 2) - Pan 10% right and left - Fade out on last note TRACK03_atr.zip
  2. Or would it be more impressive to say , Sinfonia dalla Cantata n.29 Trascrizione da Concerto per Atari 800 Sinfonia to Cantata No29.mp3 This track was produced using one Atari 800 for all its sound sources with a little FX provided by the mixer. Two of Atari's sound channels were combined to allow defining frequencies using 16 bits. The MP3 is the combination of 6 tracks recorded with multi-track recording software. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music File origin: Sheet Music Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: MIDI in: Arduino with MIDI Shield optocoupled to joystick ports and Cass.Motor Control Arduino Software: MonoSyn_1voice. ino Computer: Atari 800 - monitor output to mixer Software: ATARI01A.OBJ - MMG compiled Atari BASIC program Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX -Mic One input - Atari 800 monitor port -FX : 21 - MID PLATE Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 file: Sinfonia to Cantata No29v2.aup Atari as Synth Mixer Settings
  3. Looking forward to seeing what's under the tree, so until then…….. Jesu Joy of mans desiring.mp3 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring has been in the archives for quite some time. I don't believe there is anyway to track down the origins of this MIDI MUSIC SYSTEM file. Who ever is responsible, I would like to express my gratitude. Although, I didn't use the file as is. The music seemed to be duplicated and the midi controls were changed for different MIDI equipment. These extra voices were deleted. The music repeated twice so a repeat loop was set up and the duplicated music deleted. There were some timing changes that made the music flow a little smoother. And because I was recording multiple tracks a Voice was created to contain the Tempo changes. The file size was reduced from 61 sectors to 19 sectors. TRACK06_atr.zip The MMS file used 5 voices. Voice 1 and 5 (highest and lowest notes) were played on the Atari. Voices 2, 3, and 4 were assigned the organ sound on the MIDIPLUS miniEngine. Music File origin: JOYOFMAN.MUS MMS - origin unknown TRACK06.MUS - Edited and recorded Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 130XE MIDI in: Arduino Software: MonoSyn_1voice. ino Monitor output to mixer Software: ATARI01A.OBJ - MMG compiled Atari BASIC program Mixer: Behringer Xenyx 1202 FX Mic One input - Atari 800 monitor port FX : 88 - Delay + Reverb 1 Mic Two input - MIDIplus miniEngine Internal settings: vol = 120 Program = 19 Church Organ Reverb = 46 Recorder: PC - Audacity 2.1.2 File: Jeus Joy of mans desiring.aup Sound Edit - Cut and sync - Fade in and fade out - Some volume and Pan settings
  4. Earlier this year I declared my intentions to recreate the sound tracks on W. Carlos's Switched on Bach album using Atari8 computers. I wish I had started earlier. It would have been a fitting tribute to Carlos's work if I had finished it on the 50th anniversary of its release. I hope it is still a fitting tribute when it is done. Released in 1968, eleven years before the Atari 800 was available. Electronic music generation was just in the experimental stages and being defined by a few musicians. It just boggles my mind when I try to think about using multi-track tape recorders, but its what they used. I wouldn't be attempting this today without a MIDIMax on the 130XE and digital multitrack recording software on my PC. If your unfamiliar with the album, Wikipedia has some information. I wanted to start this blog for two reasons. The first is to document the hardware and software used for each track. They have been in development over the last 2 years, and continues to evolve as needs require. The second reason is: I was going to upload the entire album when it was done but it took me about a month of free time to input the first track to MIDI Music Software from sheet music. If for some reason the album isn't completed, the finished tracks will be avalible. The only design restriction to be imposed on the music is that the Atari 8 sound will have a major influence on the composition. Sounds kind of open ended; and it should be open ended enough to create some interesting music. This blog will consist of 14 entries. This Prologue, 12 tracks, and an epilog. This should keep the information relevant to this project if you choose to "follow this blog".
  5. Seems the simpler the program the more I like the result. Prelude and fugue No2 in C Minor.mp3 Atari MUS and OBJ files SOPT8.atr NOTES: Music File origin: PANDF2R.MUS - entered from sheet music into MMS Control Computer: 130XE Sequencer Software: MIDI Music System by Lee Actor MIDI out: MIDIMAX Sound Source: Atari 130XE (#2) MIDI in: Arduino Software: MONOSNY_1-Byte_Data.ino Monitor output to mixer Software: SINGBYTE.M65 SINGBYTE.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: pandf2.aup Sound Edit - Sync tracks and trim - Pan and fade out
  6. I've started a project to recreate W. Carlos's Switched on Bach album playlist using the Atari8 as a sound source. A goal on my bucket list is to finish it. I intend to use the MIDI Music System to send data to other Ataris that will act as sound synthesizers. My original thought was to have the ability to play the songs in real time; something Carlos couldn't do in 1968 when the album was published. Then I thought of something else that lead me to something else until I asked, "Am I ever going to play any of this music in front of anyone?" The use of multitrack recording software (Audacity) could make this whole operation a lot easier. How much easier? I wanted to test it by recording a music file created using Advanced Music System(AMS). Record a track for each of the 4 voices, Pan the voices left or right to create a stereo effect, sync the tracks using timing marks, and then export as an MP3 file. I chose PRELUDE1.AMS from my collection, a bit of classical music. Sounds like it could be Bach but I am guessing. It took about 3.5 hours to produce the recording on my second try. Once I relearned the AMS v1 commands it started to come back rather quickly. The Prelude1.AMS file was loaded and a measure to help sync the tracks was inserted at the beginning of each voice. The mono recording is of all 4 voices recorded on a single track. The stereo recording had each voice recorded on a separate track and each track was panned left or right of center. You should be able to hear the difference. Prelude1_ams mono.mp3 Prelude1_ams stereo.mp3 The first attempt was recorded without the timing measure and the FX processer on the mixer was set for each voice. The results sounded like crap and there was no way to fix it without starting over. You should be glad I did. Since I had to get the manual for AMS out of the folder, I decided to make a command summary sheet much like the MIDI Music System Command Summary sheet. If you think you might use AMS once ever few years you may want a copy of this. Advanced Music System 1 Command Summary.pdf And…. Within the manual there was a section on how to sink your multi track tape machine . After reading that section, I developed a greater appreciation for digital recording software and a much higher regard for Carlos's contributions to electronic music. Then….This turned into a longer term project when my son got me a small delta 3D printer for my birthday. After I learn how to use 3D design software, I plan to use the 5hrs it takes to print an object to complete the Carlos project.
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