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Old 25 March 2006, 19:08   #1
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Question Digital Sound Studio

I found a GVP DSS8 (Digital Sound Studio) interface and rca L/R audio leads with an A500. Unfortunately, there was no software in the box.
Does anyone know what software is required to use this interface?
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Old 25 March 2006, 19:19   #2
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It's a standard parallel port sampler. You either need the Digital Sound Studio software (which can sample in up to 56KHz), or a generic sampler package (Technosound Turbo, OctaMED, etc).

DSS8 software can be nabbed from PlanetEmu:

http://www.planetemu.net/index.php?s...owrom&id=20357

You just need some way of getting the ADF to the Amiga.
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Old 25 March 2006, 22:43   #3
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Smile Cheers dude

Many thanks for the speedy reply! Another happy Amigan
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The link is down

If I remember correctly, there was an aditionnal disk with demo modules & samples that were made with DSS: anyone would have these ?
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Old 06 January 2017, 15:48   #5
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The link is down

If I remember correctly, there was an aditionnal disk with demo modules & samples that were made with DSS: anyone would have these ?
Recherche == Search
on the eab ftp you can find more DSS results - Digital Sound Studio.
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Old 06 January 2017, 16:23   #6
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IMHO the best 8bit sampler available for amiga. You should calibrate DC offset (center Y axis) using GVPSampCtrl and set the lowpass filter with the same tool, according to the samplerate you are using (usually 1/2 of the sampling rate). Turn off your computer monitor while sampling will reduce some noise. Good luck.
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Audiomaster may be another. I remember back in the day we had made a sampler and we used audiomaster to capture the audio. It would likely work for the GVP sampler.
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Audiomaster is great. Audition is another alternative.
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Old 03 August 2017, 04:50   #9
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In case anyone would like to be saved the trouble of searching planetemu the download is currently at http://www.planetemu.net/?section=ro...wrom&id=515567

I have a DSS8... +? (clear case unit) haven't tested it yet. Picked it up out of a big pile of garbage cables at a flea market. Not sure which bin I threw it into, but I know I still have it
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