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Old 24 November 2017, 11:48   #81
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What happens when you start if from CLI or start without S-S and then pt-1210?
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Old 24 November 2017, 18:03   #82
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Old 25 November 2017, 17:53   #83
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Did you read the README?
You need to start it from a folder that has modules. That dir has no modules, so PT-1210 doesn't start.

Yes, we should spurt out an error message about it. Sorry about that.
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Old 25 November 2017, 18:02   #84
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YES !!! i just put some mods in the folder and it starts !!! drawers full of mods was not enough

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Old 25 November 2017, 18:06   #85
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It doesn't read subfolders yet.

The way I do it is this: I copy PT-1210 somewhere in my path (C: for example) and then CD to any folder I have full of MODs and invoke it from there.
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Hi Akira and readers:

Just to comment about these new two videos made by RetroManCave showing a nice djing using the great PT-1210 program

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Cool! Looking at the setup I couldn't tell, does this have an equivalent to pitch fade to smoothly raise BPM? And pitch lock? Or am I being silly.
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Old 28 July 2018, 13:27   #88
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I hope to finally have my (physical) setup ready in a few weeks and use the Amiga's together with a Traktor/Rekordbox setup. I hope the renewed interest motivates the wonderful programmers to work on that update they have been thinking about
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Old 04 August 2018, 15:38   #89
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You should consider trying MiST as an Amiga substitute
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Old 04 August 2018, 19:02   #90
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You should consider trying MiST as an Amiga substitute

True - but for music production a DE1 or DE2 would be a better bet. The FPGA is old but the boards have high quality audio codecs on board, whereas the MIST has a fairly basic sigma delta audio output. It's not bad, but not in the same league as a proper dedicated audio codec.


The Amiga core on the DE1/DE2 is a long way behind the MIST for games (no AGA), but for a tracker it's probably a better bet.
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The Amiga core on the DE1/DE2 is a long way behind the MIST for games (no AGA), but for a tracker it's probably a better bet.
Yes, I can see that. I must admit that for tracking, the Amiga system I have used most (since the 90s), is the v1.1 Minimig
MiST has more "umpf" (and RAM), and can even spin around Symphonie as long as it doesn't get too advanced.
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Got my first decent run with PT1210 combined with a PC running Pioneer Rekordbox. I love it!! And since PT1210 is so much pattern oriented it is also a very good tool to learn skills even more I think. All cues, loops etc are automatically on the right places.

Looking forward to an MK2 version. Hope that will remember the Pitch bend and slip settings when you load the next mod instead of resetting to default again. Volume/gain and Playlist functionality would be even more awesome!
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Nice set up spudje
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Thanks! As you see I have some more Amigas ready to have them join the mixing party Only challenge I now have is, would it make sense to route all audio back into the PC to be able to record sets...
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