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From: "Frank Bemelman"
Subject: Re: USB Design. Need advice.
Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 20:05:48 +0100
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"Dan McDaid" schreef in bericht
> Im planning to build my own version of www.finalscratch.com. The idea
> two vinyl turntables are plugged into the 2x IN channels, the two out
> channels get connected to the DJ mixer console. The two vinyl disks that
> are put onto each turntable respectively, are pressed with some sort of
> waveform that can be interpreted digitally as a timeline. (waiting on a
> replacement LP from Stantons FinalScratch - in post so I can see how it
> works and rip it off - cheaper than having my own vinyl pressed several
> times until I got the right idea!). The idea is that two mp3s are
> out the interface into the mixer. The timebase of each mp3 is mapped to
> controlled by the vinyl. Thus you can manipulate mp3s exactly like vinyl.
I thought about this for a while. What if they have encrypted the timecode?
I must admit this is very clever idea. Writing the software is probably
a nightmare, very very realtime stuff. It are probably these realtime
requirements that made them choose Linux.
While I am not a DJ, I certainly would like to see a demo of this.
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