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11.Sep.1999
Stefan Robl by eMail


Wanted: Quantum Atlas II 2.1GB UW-SCSI
Stefan Robl writes:
Since my system disk, which contains all my software developments (including some larger, unreleased ones!!) is gone due to hardware problems with another hard drive, and unfortunately my streamer backup is corrupt, I ask for help here.
A data rescue expert told me that an exchange of HD boards might help, so I could access the data again. My HD is a "Quantum Atlas II 2.1GB UW-SCSI".
If anybody has this HD (working!) and is willing to sell it to me should contact me ASAP: Phone +49 - (0)9634 / 1539, eMail: stefan.robl@tirnet.de. I am willing to pay a reward for successful data restore. If you own a HD of this time, please contact me! Many thanks!!!
PS: All my eMails are affected, too!! All users of my programs, please re-contact me, I also lost all addresses!!) (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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11.Sep.1999
Amiga Aktuell


Is the AmigaNG coming or not?
In his Amiga Aktuell Special, Carsten Schröder writes:
So far, the article from Businessweek Online, which drew so much attention recently, has neither been confirmed nor denied officially. Several sources, however, indicate that an official statement by AMIGA is planned for this Tuesday. Meanwhile, Stuart Walker of the programmer team Digital Images, which already has announced games for the Amiga MCC, is cited by a Gateway employee: "I am going to wait until we hear some news from within Amiga. I was told that the AmigaMCC was definitely going ahead". Shortly after Jim Collas resigning as AMIGA President and CEO, Digital Images had canceled Amiga MCC game development, only to take back this descission a short time afterwards.
Bottom line, confusion is perfect. We will have to wait until Tuesday, to recieve clarification (at best) about the AmigaNG future. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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11.Sep.1999
AmiDog


AmigDog's Movie Player PPC-Version 1.20 released
For the first time, this version allows playing other formats (FLI/FLC/AVI). QT will soon be supported, too. These extra features are only available for registered users. Moreover, known bugs have been removed. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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11.Sep.1999
Heise [Newsticker]


Customers able to protest against credit card misuse
Heise writes:
"If you just give your credit card's number, you are not responsible for damage done by misuse." The usual contracts of credit card companies states that the customers are not made responsible if the payment was done without billing - means, no signature, no PIN. Full article - German - at the title link. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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11.Sep.1999
Amiga.org


Boxer now available!
Blittersoft announces the availability of the Boxer line. Right now, two different types are available. Details at the title link. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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11.Sep.1999
Trogladite (Neil Bullock by eMail)


Trogladite: Amiga's Turnaround
Neil Bullock writes:
Trogladite Software have set up a page on the main page of the website which allows you to enter your email address in a petition to stop the action.

Go to http://www.trogsoft.co.uk (title link) to fill in your address. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
DDE


Wasted Dreams: Online registering now available
Wasted Dreams, and of course other games too, can now be registered online. Registered users recieve discounts, and have other advantages. Users who already did send their registration card by eMail, will be notified by eMail.
On the website, there are new screenshots of Diablo's Land. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
ANN


BusinessWeek: Seems Gateway Isn't the Friend Amiga Fans Thought It Was
There is much discussion about this article at Slashdot.org, too.

It takes time to see what is true about the article. We have asked the article's author Steven V. Brull per eMail to tell us who gave these informations to him, because we have some clue due to the last paragraph... More soon at this theatre... (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
Amiga.org


Amiga Yellow Pages back again
The yellow pages of Amiga present themselves in a new layout after two months downtime, and aside from news also offer columns. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
Henning Thielemann by eMail


New sound processing software: Assampler
Henning Thieleman writes:
Sound processing more complicated than ever: Assampler
Again a new sample editting software? I'm afraid, it is. But with a nice MUI GUI and a straight forward object oriented conception so that you have no other choice than testing it. A great toy for all sound inventors. Download: Assampler.lha, AssamplerExtra.lha and AssamplerDebug.lha. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
Amiga


Amiga: Buletin Boards, US employees removed from webpage
Since today, the Buletin Boards and the list of US employees have vanished from the AMIGA website. Reasons for this are unknown. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
AirSoft


Alicia Silverstone Bootup Archive updated
Unfortunally, the .lha archives offered for download last week both had CRC errors. At the download page, there are now two new Alicia Silverstone Bootups available. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
AmigaAMP


AmigaAMP 2.7-Beta-5 available
Some bugs have been removed, and some features been added. Download: AmigaAMP27b5.lha (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
Haage & Partner


NoPiracy Discussion Forum temporarily closed
H&P writes:
Too late we discovered a security hole in the script for our webboard, which we have to close first before discussion may continue. We ask for your patience for some days.

The board has been hacked, and a malicious message left behind. Every time again when I read about such occurences, I cannot help but ask myself what motivates a Cracker to enjoy in such 'success', while he could use his knowledge to much more positive ends. Is the intention to be listed somewhere? Or is the intention to show security holes? I could consider this positive, of course if no damage is done. May that as it might, it will probably always remain a mystery for me. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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10.Sep.1999
Andreas R. Kleinert


New Version akMPEG Player 2.70
Download: akMPEG2.lha (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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09.Sep.1999
Michael David by eMail


BattleDuel Version 1.7.105
Michael David writes:
A new version of BattleDuel is immediately available on Aminet (game/2play/BattleDuel.lha). Changes have mainly been technical. This includes support for AHI, full support for Picasso 96 and CyberGFX (color depth > 8 bit).
Detailed information about BattleDuel and the latest version at the title link. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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09.Sep.1999
Czech Amiga News


NovaDesign: ImageFX 4 Announced - Now with Animation!
NovaDesign: ImageFX 4 Announced - Now with Animation! (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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09.Sep.1999
Dundar Unsal


Amigart now with Amihoo!-service
You can now register your website with the service. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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09.Sep.1999
AudioLabs by eMail


Press Release by AudioLabs: NL-editing system for Amiga and DraCo
From:      AudioLabs info@audiolabs.it
To:        Petra Struck petra.struck@online-club.de
Date:      Thu, 09 Sep 1999 16:43:10 +0100
Subject:   Press Release


Press Release

DATE:       09-Sep-99
TOPIC:      NL-editing system for Amiga and DraCo
CONTACT:    info@audiolabs.it


AudioLabs (http://www.audiolabs.it) is proud to announce ProStationAudio,
the ultimate NL-editing software for AmigaOS-based systems.

Featuring   timeline  visual   editing,  region-based  audio  management,
realtime  DSP effects,  faders automation, studio-quality digital mixing,
ProStationAudio  is  the  largest  audio  project in development for the
AmigaOS.

ProStationAudio v2 Demo is available for downloading at the AudioLabs web
sites. North America residents can take advantage of the local web server
at http://usa.audiolabs.it for faster downloads.



[FEATURES]

- Import/export audio from/to any platform. Exchange audio files with
  industry standard platforms including Windows, MacOS, Unix or
  dedicated hardware (DraCo, NewTek Toaster/Flyer, AD516/Studio16).

- Internet friendly: MPEG layer 1, 2 and 3 (the popular MP3) import,
  Java ulaw import/export. Import multiple MP3 files, overlap them
  on the timeline to create automatic crossfades, add realtime effects
  such as EQ and stereo field expansion, then master to CDDA, all with
  ProStationAudio.

- Hard-disk based non linear editing. Work with audio recordings up to
  2GB each, regardless the amount of RAM memory installed. Disk streaming.
  Instant random access to any location.

- Non destructive editing. Trim, cut, fade, crossfade audio recordings
  without affecting the original takes. Instantaneous operations
  regardless the file size.

- Region-based editing. Any fragment of audio is accessible from an
  alpha-sorted list, managed by the application. Any fragment generated
  by cutting, bouncing, recording, gets automatically named and sorted.
  Let ProStationAudio take care of your most complex projects.

- Visual approach. Build your projects managing visual audio blocks.
  Examine on-screen waveforms to create perfect edits. Each block can
  be distorted manually to create fades and trim its boundaries. Blocks
  can be dropped over blocks to create crossfades (or to have them
  automatically align in various ways). Multilayer graphics: objects,
  waveforms, fades/xfades, automation.

- Extensive set of tools for positioning and aligning objects, ranges
  and the cursor. Accurate spotting to SMPTE locations, at sub-frame
  resolution. Tools for DJs such as shifting and scaling ranges. The
  intelligent Magic Wand tool lets you create perfect loops in a
  fraction of a second, automatically.

- Automotion (tm), the automation engine. Create the perfect mix while
  letting the software remember all of your moves. Automation tracks
  can be graphically edited in the timeline window or recorded in
  realtime by grabbing the faders during playback.

- Realtime design. Operate on faders, pans, effects parameters, even
  the virtual tape speed, always in realtime, to tune up your mix on
  the fly or create dynamics effects. These dynamic effects can
  optionally be recorded to disk, again in realtime, while playing.

- Advanced auditioning. Fast-forward and slow-motion during playback.
  Realtime time stretching. The auditioning signal can be digitally
  recorded to disk in realtime.

- ALPS architecture for audio DSP plugins: unlimited expansion
  possibilities. Multiple DSP inserts allow to apply different DSP
  effects to each track, in realtime. Multiple master DSP inserts
  (post-fader processing).

- ALPS plugins: freely accessible modules for realtime DSP operations.
  Downloadable from the web site. Include dynamic compression,
  several EQ modules, spatial processing, ducking, delays, ...
  http://www.audiolabs.it/plugins

- Hi-end hardware support: ProStationAudio takes advantage of 1 or 2
  CPUs, 1 or 2 video monitors, 1 or 2 graphic cards.  Add value to
  your hardware investments.

- Hi-quality graphic interface, scalable, font-sensitive, supporting
  up to 1600x1280 on two different monitors. Shaded look, includes
  gadgetry (pots, switches,...) scanned from real gear. Supports also
  a dual screen display on a single monitor.



[TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS]

- sampling system:         16bit linear
- sampling rates:          48/44.1/32 KHz
- processing resolution:   from 24bit to 64bit
- audio tracks (disk):     16
- audio tracks (console):  16
- automation tracks:       80: 5 automated controllers x 16 tracks
- DSP channel inserts:     48 stereo: 96 channels processed
- DSP master inserts:      3 stereo (post-fader)
- automated faders:        16
- automated pans:          16
- automated inserts:       48
- faders groups:           8
- time metrics:            24, 25, 29.97, 30, 75, 100 FPS
- time resolution (audio): 1/100th frame
- time resolution (automation):  1/10th second
- objects per track:       unlimited
- audio regions:           unlimited
- audio sub-region levels: unlimited
- maximum editing size:    120 minutes
- locator markers:         10
- range store/recall slots:10
- display snapshot slots:  10
- display resolution:      up to 1600 x 1280
- video monitors:          1 or 2
- CPUs supported:          1 (680x0) or 2 (680x0 + PowerPC60x)
- CPU models:              68040, 68060, PowerPC 603, PowerPC 604
- Realime effects:         ALPS, software plugins system
                           http://www.audiolabs.it/plugins
- EQ (parametric, 1 band):  [2.5Hz : 20000Hz] [-+12dB]
                          [0.05 : 1.00 Q] [1/12th octave steps]
- EQ (parametric, 2 bands): [2.5Hz : 20000Hz] [-+12dB]
                          [0.05 : 1.00 Q]  [1/12th octave steps]
- EQ (shelf, 2 bands):      [2.5Hz : 20000Hz] [-+12dB]
                          [0.05 : 1.00 Slope] [1/12th octave steps]
- EQ (band / notch):        [2.5Hz : 20000Hz]
                          [1/12th octave steps]
- EQ (lowpass / hipass):    [2.5Hz : 20000Hz]
                          [1/12th octave steps]
- Audio import:           MPEG Layer1/2/3, AIFF, WAVE, CDDA Intel and
                          Motorola, FlyerClips, Studio16, MAUD, Maestro,
                          SoundDesignerI, IFF, Sun/Next, Voc
- Audio export:           AIFF, WAVE, CDDA Intel and Motorola,
                          FlyerClips, Studio16,MAUD,
                          Maestro,IFF,Sun/Next, Voc




[PRICING & ORDERING]

ProStationAudio is US$395. The software can be ordered only via Internet,
directly to AudioLabs. Local orders and payments are possible in US and
Canada, these orders are passed to AudioLabs by local representatives.

Crossgrade price for registered AudioLab16 users, US$245.



The AudioLabs www sites are located here:

http://www.audiolabs.it (european server)
http://usa.audiolabs.it (US server)


Email:

info@audiolabs.it
orders@audiolabs.it


ProStationAudio (tm), ALPS (tm), AutoMotion (tm), AudioLab16 (tm) are
trademarks of AudioLabs.
(ps) (Translation: (unk)

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09.Sep.1999
amiga-news.de


Iwin News
Yesterday, we reported:
...the second from the company Computer City, which recieved fotos from Martin Steinbach showing the Iwin offices. These fotos were made available by Computer City on their webpage at www.compcity.nl/amiga/iwin.htm.

The pictures have been removed today by Computer City. It was found out that the pictures showed the Ismaning-based company Merant...

Update 16.01.2013:
Added local copies of said pictures:


DSCF0031.jpg
(640 x 480)

IMG_0013.JPG
(640 x 480)

IMG_0015.jpg
(640 x 480)

IMG_0016.jpg
(480 x 640)

IMG_0017.JPG
(480 x 640)

IMG_0019.jpg
(640 x 480)

IMG_0020.JPG
(640 x 480)

IMG_0021.jpg
(640 x 480)
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