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Started by woody.cool, 13:20, 03 November 09
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Quote from: Gryzor on 16:28, 03 November 09Ack... wish you luck. I have tried myself but never got far, with the same symptoms...
Quote from: Devilmarkus on 20:05, 03 November 09I am also only using my CPC 464 with a cable to my soundcard (line-in).
Quote from: Devilmarkus on 21:43, 03 November 09But there are 2 contacts on the plug from tape drive to cpc-board, which provide audiosignal from tapedrive-head.
Quote from: woody.cool on 21:50, 03 November 09... and you hook this up to your 'line-in' on your soundcard?Normally, the sound coming from the tape head isn't loud enough! Saying that, what's to say there isn't some 'pre-amp' in the CPC that boosts the tape head signal to line level.
Quote from: Cpcmaniaco on 10:22, 04 November 09Here are all the Amstrad Action CDTs :ftp://amstrad:email@example.com/CDTs/Urusergi%20-%20CDTs%20originales/The file is :Future Publishing Amstrad Action Cassettes.rar
Quote from: dlfrsilver on 15:47, 04 November 09Here how i proceed guys : 1) I use goldwave to see exactly if the sound wave is good or bad2) Under windows XP, put the main sound level to 50%. Now go under goldwave and put the line in sound level at 27% and check that the microphone input is OFF.3) on the recording window of goldwave, check that Volume is at 84%, Balance 50% and speed 1.00.Once those are done, DON'T TOUCH them anymore. If you need to change the sound level, do it on the tape deck. And lastly, the best thing is to have a digital tape in a 464+ or 464 which loads the WAV as it's recorded by Goldwave. This way you will know if the recording is going well or not.That the method i used to dump more than 500 K7 games. Results speaks for themselves, i did most Ocean speedlocked gamesDomark, activision, etc.....
Quote from: dlfrsilver on 20:49, 04 November 09Please give me the titles, i will help
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