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Station64 V2.1   [2015]

Station64 V2.1 Released by :
DJ Indikator

Release Date :
9 June 2015

Type :
C64 Tool

AKA :
MIDISTA64

Website :
http://djindikator.net/#c64

User rating:**********  9.9/10 (7 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... DJ Indikator
Design .... DJ Indikator
Idea .... DJ Indikator
Concept .... DJ Indikator


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Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/139151/sta64.txt (downloads: 351)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/139150/sta64.prg (downloads: 325)

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User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 23 July 2015
links to djindikator.net removed as they now point to a newer version
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 17 July 2015
As i know - Kerberos do not allow to SAVE on "cartridge disk". The "silent" notes appears due to HARDRESET SID feature. Try HARDRESET=0 (within setup). When you press second (LEGATO=ON) note into frames with HARDRESET works it's silent behaviour. I'll be think to better way to resolve it.
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 15 July 2015
Yup, sending notes at 180BPM or more makes the system "eat up" many notes. Doesn't seem to take the heat :(
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 15 July 2015
Hmm it seems to be working fine with a MIDI controller, so I would put this one onto "shitty DAW alert".
I noticed however if you press two keys when in Unison mode, it goes silent or buggy. This happens often when you are pressing from one key to the other and you accidentally press both. Hopefully it can be sorted.

Still getting the problem when trying to save files.
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 15 July 2015
By the way, trying to send MIDI on CC1 to control the filter cutoff, and it's skippy, it doesn't do a smooth curve. Is this normal? Is it my DAW? Am I doing something wrong? A friend is reporting the same problem.
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 15 July 2015
I am trying Station 64 with a KErberos and the software gets stuck whenever Y try to load or save a patch. No key brings the synth back, it gets stuck on the load screen and shows nothing. Is this incompatibility with the "cartridge disks " system of Kerberos, or is it because I have no disk drives connected?
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 26 June 2015
3 sid not supported. May be further i'll be do something like this. My synth engine is very complex with various mode play + ELFO + arpreggiator.I prefer use several C64 connected to one DAW to control several SIDs :)
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 26 June 2015
You can make your own. Hermit doesnt sell them i think.

I have one more request :>
Dual and triple SID support? Possible? Imagine a 9osc monosynth, or triphonic 3 osc megasynth :D
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 25 June 2015
I ask Hermit about interface. Hope to buy one as soon as it will be available. They appears from time to time on germany ebay. I bought 3 pcs of Passport interface on ebay in the last year. Or buy the KerberosMIDI (it's a little expensive but has flash memory)
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 24 June 2015
Thanks man! That's great because HerMIDI is easy to make and cheap to build, and also lets you use a 1541U device unlike Kerberos. Of course, if I could find a decently priced user port MIDI interface, I'd get one :P
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 24 June 2015
Ok. Will try.
User Comment
Submitted by Frantic on 23 June 2015
Hermit have some source code for how to use it. I remember trying it out and it was fairly easy to get it going. Uses the serial port rather than cartridge port.
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 23 June 2015
Yeah. Is there any API for this interface?
User Comment
Submitted by AKiRa on 23 June 2015
Oh gosh this looks fricking amazng. Anybody has a MIDI interface for sale? ;_;
Dude, can you support the HerMIDI device?
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 22 June 2015
In next version - support ASID protocol. This means the STATION64 will be also works like hardware SIDstation!!!!!
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 21 June 2015
Wow, more quality 64 tools! Midi support... kewl!
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 11 June 2015
sta64.txt updated with custom settings of all midi interfaces.
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 10 June 2015
Thanx guys!
User Comment
Submitted by Shine on 10 June 2015
Seems very professional!!! 'readme' -> "I feel like a guru after coding all this stuff :)" ... LOL ;)
User Comment
Submitted by alwyz on 10 June 2015
This is fantastic, ive been looking for something like this!!
User Comment
Submitted by Thierry on 10 June 2015
Looks very very GOOD! , try it tonight! thanksss
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 9 June 2015
Good work!
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 9 June 2015
@bugjam Yeah, im from Soviet Union :) Born there of coz. Yes, im a musician too and it was long looking for something appz to use C64 as full-feature synth. Now im realize it by self. Hope it will be uses by other people too.
User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 9 June 2015
@DJ Indikator: Say, where are you from? And how come you are on a hp with Soviet Union tld? :-D
Regarding the prog, I have no clue about music stuff, but the outfit looks very neat and professional already. And if it does what it is supposed to, then it should be really useful for musicians.
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 9 June 2015
Hope it works stable as stone too :)
User Comment
Submitted by rez on 9 June 2015
omg! looks gorgeous!! :D
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 9 June 2015
You also can use C= keyboard to play with, coz it's just SID-SYNTH :) With full midi support via all available MIDI interfaces.
User Comment
Submitted by DJ Indikator on 9 June 2015
Yeah, you right. It's control SID with midi CC too.
User Comment
Submitted by iLKke on 9 June 2015
So, apparently this baby eats MIDI and spews SID!
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