Reviewed in Sound
On Sound magazine, April 1998 and November 2000 edition.
*** NEW*** Version 2.15 November
Feedback so far indicates faultless performance on Falcon, ST(e) , TT
Pulsar is a simple riff sequencer,
recreating analog-style sequencer effects. It works on three channels
at once, each channel having up to 16 notes (individually configurable).
All note values and velocities are fully alterable, and can be entered
using the mouse or from an attached MIDI keyboard. Each of the three
rows has an independent tempo control,
and playback of each row can be forwards, reverse, shuttle, or random.
**NEW in Version 2.15 November
* Stable timing - completely
rewritten timing code.
* Tempo limit increased to 999! Let it rip!
* STeem compatible - run on your PC's soundcard.
* 3 Control rows - send MIDI controller
data at each sequencer step, to any MIDI
* Improved mouse control options for data entry.
* Lots of bug-fixes.
* MIDI song start/stop and MIDI timeclock
* Use of the numeric keypad for realtime transpose of sequences
* Use of function keys for realtime control of sequence playback
* Use of spacebar for song start/stop
Thanks are due to Tim
Conrardy for Beta-testing and for "encouraging" me to
get on with these updates, and to all those Atari Programmers who kindly
gave advice and help on Atari interrupt routines. It worked!
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Azimuth is a small programme which works out
one of: azimuth, declination of object, observer's latitude and observed
object's height, when the others. This is for putting observations of
heavenly bodies etc into a conventional frame of reference. The programme
came about due to studies in astro-archaeology. It could perform many
further astronomical calculations. If it is of any use to you, then
let me know what else you would like it to do.
Download now (21 Kb zip file)
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Projektor is now in its second version as a slide
projector control system, using a custom interface that I have built.
At the moment the interface supports two slide projectors, using the
RS232 port for easy porting of the project to PC, although a future
version could use the cartridge port which would then allow control
of more devices at a better resolution. The programme acts as a tape
recorder for crossfades, light levels, etc. I have started adding MIDI
control, so that it could for example control a MIDI sequencer for complete
synchronicity. Let me know if you are interested in this project.
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