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DigiMaster V1.0m   [1993]

DigiMaster V1.0m Released by :
Chris Brenner

Release Date :
1993

Type :
C64 Tool

Videosystem: any

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Chris Brenner

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/175003/dmasv1.d64 (downloads: 53)

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Production Info
Submitted by Fred on 14 November 2018
Digimaster is a unique software product which allows you to process digital audio on your Commodore 64.

This advanced software utilizes a fully graphical interface with pull-down menus. Incorporated into its operation are many powerful features, such as Cut, Copy, and Paste, which makes editing sound as easy as editing text in a word processor. Using an optional audio digitizer [like the Sound Ultimate Xpander 6400], live sound can be grabbed into the computer, edited, and then saved to disk. There is even a utility included which will convert Amiga sound samples, giving you access to a vast library of sounds.

Probably the most impressive feature of this software is its ability to replay sounds in true eight-bit digital audio on your Commodore 64 without the need for extra hardware. This is made possible by a revolutionary method of controlling the sound chip inside the Commodore 64. The result is crystal clear audio reproduction.

Digimaster Features:

Fully graphical interface

Many powerful editing functions

Ability to replay sounds in true eight-bit digital audio without the need for extra hardware

Included software which allows replaying sounds from your own programs

Requirements:

Commodore 64 or Commodore 128 computer
Commodore 1541, 1571, or compatible disk drive
Joystick or mouse (mouse highly recommended)
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