[Coco] Tape emulation
Barry.Nelson at amobiledevice.com
Wed Mar 16 13:42:46 EDT 2016
This cable (or a similar one) gives you a microphone input jack to your phone. You can then connect your cell phone to the CoCo’s cassette output.
I find this more convenient than using a computer.
From: Barry Nelson [mailto:Barry.Nelson at amobiledevice.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 9:20 AM
To: 'coco at maltedmedia.com'
Subject: RE: [Coco] Tape emulation
I use my android phone running a voice recorder app.
> Michael Brant brant.michael.l at gmail.com <mailto:coco%40maltedmedia.com?Subject=Re%3A%20%5BCoco%5D%20Tape%20emulation&In-Reply-To=%3CCAGJGKwiOqB8oXSOVOArmpHCBgf4ajZ6nN1qY_OZwjm01cjS1LA%40mail.gmail.com%3E>
Wed Mar 16 01:35:52 EDT 2016
> I know we can use various media players to play tape audio to be read by
> the CoCo.
> In my original CoCo days I never used the tape functions. When not using
> real tapes how are people saving files using what the cooc thinks is a tape
> but using modern hardware?
> My main reason is for saving data while using program paks that don't allow
> for use of a disk drive via an MPI.
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