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Cassette Azimuth   [2007]

Cassette Azimuth Release Date :
June 2007

Type :
C64 Crack

Recorder Justage, Head Tester

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Translation .... Fungus of Nostalgia
  Street Tuff of Red Sector Inc., Tristar & Red Sector Inc.

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Submitted by dandee on 4 November 2016
Original Programm (indeed called "Recorder Justage") can be found on this tape image from Input64 http://c64-online.com/?ddownload=4464
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Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 4 July 2015
Why hasn't anyone uploaded this Copy-H? Does anyone have it?
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Submitted by enthusi on 31 January 2008
However there is a small error.
The helplines do not correspond to TurboTape but to SuperTape - the rather rare format being used for that INPUT64 magazin (invented by CT-mag and ported to quite many platforms)
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Submitted by Scout on 24 June 2007
@Wonderboy: put on your wonderglasses and check the screenshot :P
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Submitted by BAR. on 24 June 2007
Karl-Heinz Boehms COPY-H for the recorder justage is better.
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Submitted by Wonder-Boy on 24 June 2007
This is a very useful program, indeed! But is Cassette Azimuth the correct name? I have always known it by the name "Recorder-Justage".
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 23 June 2007
Original Program by Harald Diebek, from Input64 06/1985. translated by fungus and streetuff.

this is THE tool for aligning your datasette. forget any other method you know, use this tool instead :=)

Interisting Trivia: Harald owned a computer store, one of the top seller was, surprise, the c-64. he had a lot of returns and complaints from customers who had problems loading tapes (which they obviously copied from a neighbour or sth). harald got sick of all the complaints and grabbed a "c64 intern" and coded this little tool. some time later he eventually sold it to the "heise verlag" for publishing on "input 64" for 3000DM, and for that money he bought himself a PC-XT. harald never had his own c64 (at home that is), and he never programmed any c64 stuff again.
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