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Using Korg NTS-1 Effects on Audio In Signal

Putting your 8-bit computer audio through one or more effect processors will make a big difference to the listener.  Better or worse will be a matter of opinion. I just think that a little reverb never hurt anyone.     Korg's NTS-1 has three effects processors for MODulation, DELAY, and REVERB.  Changing their settings will effect the sounds from the NTS-1 oscillators and any sound source that is hooked up to the AUDIO IN jack. Even if it's our older computers or game machines.

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A8 - MMS - Tin Whistle Practice

Have you ever thought about learning to play a Tin Whistle?  Me ether, until I found one at the local gift/chocolate shop.  Noting that the whistle had but 6 holes,  I thought it might be easier to learn then a 9 hole flutophone.   Turns out that having 3 less finger holes didn't prove to be any less of a challenge.  So I have recruited my Atari 8bit-MIDI Music System software-MIDIMAX-Synth to help me practice.    Musical Instrument | For All Your Music Needs | Waltons Music

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A8 MMS sync to PO-33

I've watched a bunch of youTube videos on how to sync the PO-33 with other Pocket Operators and the Korg NTS-1.   Along with those were many explaining the problems with syncing different manufacture's equipment.  Not one was for syncing an Atari 8bit to the PO-33….. until now.     Better Recording  po33 - mms sync.mp3     MIDI Music System for the Atari has two options for syncing other equipment.  MMS sends a Timing Clock system command, 248($F8), to

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