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Rick Massey wrote:
> > Scott,
> >
> > Over the years I've been fascinated by your company. I seriously
> > considered picking up a Strings N Things decades ago but lacked the
> > funds to get it, and have visited your site for many years to check
> > out what's available. Since I lost my sight back in 2003 I've been
> > less prone to picking up kit based gear as I can no longer put it
> > together myself, but I figured that at some point you'd make something
> > I couldn't live without and then I'd have to buy a kit and figure out
> > how to get someone else to assemble it for me.
> >
> > Then I saw your company mentioned today on a website, and it gave me
> > hope that you might be able to solve a long running quest of mine.
> >
> > I'm rather old school in some of my musical software uses, and that is
> > best shown by my choice of a sequencer -- Voyetra's Sequencer Plus
> > Gold 4.10. I use it because I know it well, it suits my needs, and I
> > like non-virtual interrupts for music, especially the system clock at
> > Interrupt 0. But I know that the V24 interfaces I currently use aren't
> > getting any younger, so I've been questing for any info I can find on
> > the VAPI standard Voyetra used to build the drivers for this program.
> > Voyetra has gotten so embedded in the world of CReative's sound cards
> > that they don't know anything about their older stuff. But since a web
> > site I found mentioned that PAIA also made a VAPI based interface, I
> > thought there was some possibility, however slight, that someone at
> > your company might have some information laying around about how to
> > code drivers for this interface specification.
> >
> > Right now my two V24sm interfaces work fine, but that won't always be
> > the case, and so if I can locate this specification I'll be able to
> > locate a more current interface that covers the bases I need covered
> > and I'll be able to keep chugging along using my sequencer of choice.
> >
> > Any assistance or leads you can provide on this would be greatly
> > appreciated.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> > Rick Massey

Rick is after some help from someone who can advise him about coding drivers to ensure his SMPTE clocked Sequencer doesn't become inaccessible.


Scott Lee

Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:47 am
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