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Floppy Drive Music with a Calculator

Can say, i would never in a million years have thought of this....

This guy prob got laid at the next science fair

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Added: Apr-15-2012 Occurred On: Apr-15-2012
By: kuzak20
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Tags: calculator, floppy disk, drive, music, mix, dj
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  • As cool as this is....Coldplay is still gay.

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  • "This guy prob got laid at the next science fair".....no..no he didnt.

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  • Its interesting but it clearly sounds shitty we have speakers these days

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  • Some minor mods with a hammer might fix the frequency response issues.

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  • I remember drive music on the Amiga!!

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  • This is more interesting than the other ones by far but needs more Floppy drives for the tone change and back ground. But Awesome =) Here is one allot of people should like if you don't mind Channel dude (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWkUFxItWmU&feature=related)

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  • Never had the time to fuck around in the Uni.
    But we had fun with the thesis project!

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  • Cool???

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  • oh so that's how one makes dubstep sounds.

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  • The F-?!

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  • I made a simple 4 on the floor drum pattern on my comodor 64 with the 5inch floppy drive.

    every time i loaded the program for my friends and family we would sit around and listen for 5 minute streches with out getting board of it,

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  • FYI- this guy never got laid.

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  • Too easy, that's a powerful machine.

    I saved up for months to get a TI-57, perhaps the first affordable programmable calc.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI-57

    Not impressed. Do this with something earlier, like the TI-57, using the LEDs to play notes.

    TI-83 had a 'fast' serial interface.

    Good effort, but not enough to impress a geek like me.
    Great song choice.

    Perhaps I am being too hard.

    Full marks for this.

    In my day, perhaps three years after I got my TI-57 I got to play with a Phoenix More..

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