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.
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
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.
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