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Old 14 January 2017, 01:29   #69
Anakirob
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Originally Posted by paul1981 View Post
So what did Prodigy do?
I imagine in this context they are talking about making heavy use of overdrive/distortion (which amplify the waveform, and when the peaks exceed the bandwidth it produces 'clipping') in the production of their tracks.

Now I have a question about recording Amiga HW, so if the Paula has four channels all able to play at a sample rate independent of the other three channels, and usually at an unusual rate of Hz. Would there be an optimal frequency to record at which would do as little approximation as possible on the largest amount of notes. Like is there some magic frequency which is a multiple of at least half a dozen of the Amiga's notes.

I have a table of Amiga sample rates
Code:
	PAL 	NTSC
C-2 	8287 	8363
C-1 	4143 	4181
C#1 	4389 	4430
D-1 	4654 	4697
D#1 	4926 	4971
E-1 	5231 	5279
F-1 	5542 	5593
F#1 	5872 	5926
G-1 	6222 	6279
G#1 	6592 	6653
A-1 	6982 	7046
A#1 	7389 	7457
B-1 	7829 	7901
C-2 	8287 	8363
C#2 	8779 	8860
D-2 	9309 	9395
D#2 	9852 	9943
E-2 	10462 	10559
F-2 	11084 	11186
F#2 	11744 	11852
G-2 	12445 	12559
G#2 	13185 	13306
A-2 	13964 	14092
A#2 	14778 	14914
B-2 	15694 	15838
C-3 	16574 	16726
C#3 	17558 	17720
D-3 	18667 	18839
D#3 	19704 	19886
E-3 	20864 	21056
F-3 	22168 	22372
F#3 	23489 	23705
G-3 	24803 	25031
G#3 	26273 	26515
A-3 	27928 	28185
A#3 	29557 	29829
B-3 	31388 	31677
But I feel it's missing a column, PERIOD, the value which is fed to the Paula to play at a specific pitch. That sure would come in handy when programming audio routines. If someone could please complete this table for me that would be very much appreciated.

Last edited by Anakirob; 14 January 2017 at 01:39.
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