Two days ago I decided to enhance c2n, the C2N232 tape emulator device driver program, with the ability to convert raw cassette files to PCM sound samples. Yesterday my test of recording a PCM stream from c2n via a stereo set connected to the computer's headphone output succeeded: I was able to load the recorded program from the tape in a VIC-20. I didn't test other platforms (PET, C64, C128, plus/4), but I think that they should work also via this interface. I'm not yet releasing the C2N232 tape emulator device to the public, since I'm still working on a custom transfer protocol. The schematic diagram, board layout and the firmware source code are available on request. But as the driver software has now found useful application without the device, I have decided to release it. You can find the programs at the following places: http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/converters/unix/ cbmconvert-2.1.tar.gz http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/converters/msdos/ cbmconvert-win32-2_1.zip An Amiga version will be released shortly. http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/transfer/datassette/ c2n-1.0.tar.gz c2n-win32-1_0.zip I created the Windows versions on Linux and didn't test the binaries. The Windows version of C2N does not include RS-232 routines. Ports to non-POSIX platforms are welcome. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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