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Subject: MAX Digest - 22 May 1997 to 23 May
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There are 4 messages totalling 93 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. TeleMidi (2)
  2. MAX AND THE INTERNET
  3. MAX Digest - 21 May 1997

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Date:    Fri, 1 Jan 1904 21:15:44 -0800
From:    Richard Zvonar 
Subject: Re: TeleMidi

On Thu, 22 May 1997 04:09:57 +0900  Yuya Watanabe 
wrote:

>"TeleMidi" is a brand new interactive MIDI communication interface.
>More information  >>>  http://www.telemidic.ksp.or.jp/

And from their Web site:

>TeleMidi, is a revolutionary MIDI communications
>interface system that allows you to transmit MIDI data real-time AND
>interactively...TeleMidi allows you
>to exchange MIDI data (signals) with people in remote locations over the
>most reliable and
>widely-spread network: public telephone lines. With TeleMidi, all a user
>needs is a
>personal computer and a modem to connect with the instrument.

How is this different from such programs as Mark Coniglio's MidiPhone and
Doug Wyatt's Modem Jammer (both written in 1993)?  These Mac programs
allowed you to connect a MIDI interface to one serial port of your Mac and
a modem to the other, dial up and make a phone connection, and then send
MIDI data back and forth.

The Telemidic Web site has a picture of a blue box with a MIDI jack on the
front. Does this hook up to a modem?

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Richard Zvonar, PhD                              zvonar@LCSaudio.com
(818) 760-8055 voice/fax                         71501.3342@compuserve.com

                          http://www.well.com/~zvonar

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Date:    Fri, 23 May 1997 11:19:12 +0200
From:    Tom Mays 
Subject: Re: TeleMidi

>>How is this different from such programs as Mark Coniglio's MidiPhone and
Doug Wyatt's Modem Jammer (both written in 1993)?  These Mac programs...

You said the magic 3 letter word (M-A-C)

The Japanese version at the web site shows the rear panels dead giveaway
25 pin "D" connectors.

tm

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Date:    Fri, 23 May 1997 10:15:24 -0400
From:    Ted Henderson 
Subject: MAX AND THE INTERNET

Are there any Max/internet patches archived?

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Date:    Fri, 23 May 1997 09:25:09 -0700
From:    Steve Anderson 
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 21 May 1997

        Reply to:   RE>MAX Digest - 21 May 1997 to 22 May 1997

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Subject: Radio

Does anybody know of a radio that is interfaceable with a Mac - to enable
one to change channels via midi for example - or better still,
soft/hardware that turns the Mac into a radio.

There are two tuners, referred to in the previous posts, that are also
available from MacMall (310) 225-2800 or (800) 222-2808 in US.
http://www.macmall.com.
#88393 LaCie FM Radio 50 presets, external mouse-sized device connects to
ADB
port & mike input, software, cables & antenna inc., operates in background
$49.99
#83090 Apple TV/FM Radio tuner  This is an internal card that works with the
Apple TV/Video card and plays through the internal sound manager and/or
displays tv on your monitor. I have used the tv system on Performa's and it
is
fun. You may not need the video interface to use the radio. $159.00. Better
check with techs as this only works with some models. The LaCie unit looks
like a sure thing and costs less.

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