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  1. You might have seen some weird things happening the last few days, we're sorry but we've all been terribly busy. But now that we're mostly done we can make a public announcement: We have moved servers yet again! So what does it mean to you? - Better speeds! - The base URL has changed slightly: It's now http://dbug.kicks-ass.net/ instead of http://dbug.kicks-ass.net/dbug/ - The RSS feed link has changed to http://dbug.kicks-ass.net/rss.php (only Chrome still seems not to like it but since W3C's feed validator says it's ok, Chrome can go **** off ) - The forum URL remains the same. - http://dbug.atari.org redirector has also been fixed. We're still fixing up dead links from the site, but they're so many of them we might miss a few! Contact us if you want something that points to a bad link! Many thanks to Linkvitch of U-235 for the gracious providing of web space and stuff Oh, and as a gift to all you that bore with us, here's Roller Coaster Rumbler all fixed up and ready to run from your machines' hard drives .
  2. Hello friends, I am happy to announce that the 11th OFAM - Atari Meeting will take place from 25th September to 27th September 2015 in Germany, 95213 Münchberg, Kirchplatz 7, approximately 35 km away from the Czech border. Would be great to see many of you! http://ofam.de.vu Best regards, Chris
  3. I was wondering if there was any homebrew games developed for the TT/Falcon? So Far, the only one that was made was a racing game with digitized graphics.
  4. Just curious. Anyone using EmuTOS on EPROM on real hardware? Sounds like quite a project. I watched some videos of it in action on YouTube. The only concern I could see was that DRI's GEM icons are not exactly attractive compared to the Atari's versions we're all familiar with.
  5. Album: "aTTraction" by Yerzmyey. Released in March 2016. Chiptune/micromusic songs as well as MOD-like/digital and MIDI music from classic ATARI computers (Falcon 030, Atari TT, Atari ST/MIDI and Atari 600XL). DOWNLOAD FULL ALBUM: http://yerzmyey.i-demo.pl/attraction/yerzmyey-attraction2016.zip Tracklist: 01. Yerzmyey - aTTraction (ATARI TT) 02. Yerzmyey - Globular Cluster (ATARI 520ST and Roland MT32) 03. Yerzmyey - Amai (ATARI FALCON 030) 04. Yerzmyey - Time Machine II (ATARI TT) 05. Yerzmyey - Inside a game (ATARI FALCON 030) 06. Yerzmyey - uTTerly unseTTling transmiTTal (ATARI TT) 07. Yerzmyey - Purple Galaxy (ATARI FALCON 030) 08. Yerzmyey - Bizarre creature (ATARI 520ST and Roland MT32) 09. Yerzmyey & Tfardy - Brutal attack (ATARI FALCON 030) 10. Yerzmyey - The missing piece (ATARI 600XL) / Bonus Track Total Time: 34:59 min. The idea behind this album was to collect all my songs made with 32-bit ATARI computers: Falcon 030 and Atari TT. Finally I decided to add also two songs made with the 16-bit machine - Atari 520ST - but those have been made in MIDI technique, using also the classic module - Roland MT32. All the songs have been recorded from real machines, the sound hasn't been changed. As the bonus track I added a song created with 8-bit computer - Atari 600XL - with heavy postproduction setup: track-by-track recording / filters / phasers / choruses / flangers / delays / echoes / reverbs / equalizers / compressors / limiters. Guitars on the 9th track "Brutal attack" by Tfardy. ATARI soft&hard used: Atari Falcon 030 (with 14Mb of RAM) - Digital Home Studio Atari TT (with 4Mb of RAM) - Hex Tracker Atari 520ST (with 4Mb of RAM) - Cubase Atari 600XL (with 256Kb or RAM) - Chaos Music Composer - NeoTracker. Related WWW sites: http://yerzmyey.i-demo.pl/ https://www.facebook.com/yerzmyey/ https://soundcloud.com/yerzmyey https://www.youtube.com/user/yerzmyey The cover-art has been made by Jokov. http://jokov.deviantart.com/ © by Yerz, March 2016
  6. Hello! Is there any insight to making the stock keyboards more responsive and touch friendly? Ideas for retrofitting new springs and such?
  7. My Atari TT has a "new type" CA401059-001 Rev B ST RAM card with 2MB (16x TCS514256AJ-10) RAM. There are several instructions around the web saying that the CA401059 can be upgraded to 8MB ST-RAM by just changing the chips and setting the jumpers. As these are SMD chips and I am not a soldering wizard I wonder if this can be accomplished with a soldering station with a fine tip and a handheld vacuum pump or if special equipment is required. If it's the former, where would I get the required 16 4MBit chips in the correct form factor?
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