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Offline Heywood

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Amiga audio sampling retrospective on Youtube
« on: February 08, 2020, 11:30:46 pm »
Starting with Amiga Samplers : Budget dance music in 1990 and then currently at Amiga Samplers (technical) - FutureSound / Master Sound / Stereo Master with more to come,  cTrix/debuglive is doing a great job talking about the hardware and software of the time (and giving a bit of a demo)

I remember back in the day I wanted a fancy GVP DSS8+ but had to do with my AMAS sampler and had fun/wasted many hours with the thing.

I think slapping a sampler together should be a pretty straight forward activity - just need to confirm what the typical software expects (I'm assuming that the S/W just smacks the strobe line when it wants the next sample?)

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Re: Amiga audio sampling retrospective on Youtube
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2020, 09:57:36 am »
That's a great a video. Really informative and technical. Puts many video on YouTube to shame! cTrix is a nice guy too, if you're able to get to one of the scene events around Australia.

I think every sampler had its own approach, perhaps some were similar. Would you be planning to write your own software too?


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