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1 x ATX power supply 2 x Arduino UNO 12 x Floppy disk drives ... and more other recovery material, an old PC, cables etc ... The software is written in Java, and uses the RxTxComm library to send data to the Arduino, which in turn sends the signals to the floppies. Source code and schemas: 🤍 Further info: 🤍dslak.it Howto tutorials: Part 1 - 🤍 Part 2 - 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 This one's a little long, but I enjoy it. Hope you do too. There's four videos in this set, this being the first, which of course are available ahead of time if you visit my FB page or spot on Abyssal Forums. Links below. - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 FaceBook page - 🤍 Request Status - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 Individual tracks - 🤍 I recommend loading these up into your favorite multi-track audio program (Audacity for instance) so that way you can play with the different tracks. Solo out each track or listen to particular groups. Whatever you will, enjoy. Love how this one turned out. I know some people will have issue with the added sounds/drums, but I personally feel they're necessary to complete it. Either way, enjoy! - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
New and improved; now with troubleshooting and enhancement ideas (and hopefully 100% less wiring errors)! This video will attempt to quickly walk you through the process of setting up an Arduino Uno to play MIDI music on a single floppy drive. 0:47 - Tutorial 4:36 - Troubleshooting 8:42 - What Next? (ideas for extending your musical floppy setup) SOFTWARE Download the latest Moppy software here: 🤍 Questions/Suggestions If you run into any problems that aren't resolved by the troubleshooting section of this video, stop on by the GitHub repo and open an issue: 🤍 Other Tutorials Make: Magazine 🤍
I'm sorry for the intro, but YouTube does not allow me to delete it because the video has too many views, the intro ends at 0:43. Thanks for understanding. 1 x ATX power supply 2 x Arduino UNO 12 x Floppy disk drives ... and more other recovery material, an old PC, cables etc ... The software is written in Java, and uses the RxTxComm library to send data to the Arduino, which in turn sends the signals to the floppies. Further info on 🤍dslak.it Source and schemas on gitlab.com/dslak/moppy Howto tutorials: Part 1 - 🤍 Part 2 - 🤍
The big upgrade of my PC hardware orchestra. 512 floppy disk drives, 16 hard disks and 4 scanners. What do you want to hear next? Write it in comments! Playing: Entrance of the Gladiators (by Julius Fucík). More details on how it works - 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
Floppy disk drives make sweet music, well, tuneful noises anyway. You might have seen them on YouTube before, but how do they work? Now you can find out! Featuring Alex Pinkney from the University of Nottingham's Department of Computer Science. 🤍 Alex originally saw these videos: 🤍 🤍 The code, written by Sammy1Am is available online here: 🤍 Follow Computerphile... 🤍 🤍 Video by Sean Riley. Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. See the full list of Brady's video projects at: 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 Someone had requested this, but oddly enough I was working on it before they asked. So I made a little extra effort to get it finished and uploaded. - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 FaceBook page - 🤍 Request Status - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 Three years ago today, I uploaded my first FDD cover video. I had absolutely no idea that a small side project would grow into such a big part of my life. It's crazy to think it got to the point where a museum even asked me to build them a setup (pictures on my FB Page)! To celebrate I've given that first video the remake it deserves. Compare the difference between this and the first version. Even I'm impressed by the huge change in quality. So long as I have my audience, I'll continue to strive for better videos. Here's to another three years of FDD music. Enjoy. - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Patreon: 🤍 PayPalMe: 🤍 A special video for reaching 98 (almost 100) song covers. 98, like Windows 98. There is a new "band member" which comes from the times of Windows 98... Do you still remember those noisy devices? Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody cover by The Floppotron, computer hardware orchestra. Which song would you like to hear next? Like it? Share it! 🤍 More info on how it works: 🤍 .
Super Mario Bros theme played by two printing credit card machines. This is my first video game music video. Super Mario theme is one of those melodies that I've seen played a lot by floppy drives. Credit card machines may be even further away from the gaming world but I still wanted to test how the theme sounds on these devices. That 1-up mushroom effect is also played by the payment terminals. I had to watch this video 🤍 for like 20 times at the lowest possible speed to find out how it was actually composed. Though the effect is very short, I learned that it consists of about 30 notes. #SuperMarioBros, #GameMusic, #Nintendo * ► SPOTIFY: 🤍 ► APPLE MUSIC: 🤍 ► PATREON: 🤍 ► MERCH: 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ► FACEBOOK: 🤍
The music industry has embraced the popularity of retro audio media...but a few independent artists have branched out to release their tracks on a format I wouldn't have expected. Strudelsoft: 🤍 FrankJavCee's "I Love Hating You" EP: 🤍 3D Blast: 🤍 - Please consider supporting my work on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter and Instagram! 🤍thisdoesnotcomp - Music by Aviscerall (🤍) and Epidemic Sound (🤍). Intro music by BoxCat Games (🤍).
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 Believe I have the whole audio recording part perfected so I spent some time focusing on the video. This was highly requested and it's a pretty fun theme. Wallpaper Link - 🤍 - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Similar to my other videos, this video uses musical floppy drives to play the theme song from Phantom of the Opera. In case you don't know, the Phantom of the Opera is a novel written in 1909 by Gaston Leroux. The novel was greatly eclipsed by the successes of many film and stage adaptations. For the record, I'm not the person in this video, nor did I make music out of floppy drives; this video came from the talented mind of another youtuber named FunToTheHead. His video is called Phantom of the Floppera.
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 I tried adding in a simple effect in this one around 2:33 so check it out. Another of my favorite Daft Punk songs. Enjoy! New set of videos that I've entirely devoted to Daft Punk! I did the songs that I think sounded best on floppy drives so that leaves out some of the songs I really wanted to do. This is the third of four videos. You can still access the last one early by visiting my FB page or spot on Abyssal Forums. Both links below. Wallpaper Link: 🤍 - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Here's what polish AGH University of Science and Technology do in their free time. My another useless device - Imperial March played by two floppy disk drives. Homepage: 🤍 Post in English: 🤍 Po polsku: 🤍 Read the note about the next video: 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 This is a bit long, but you really have to hear the whole thing. I really loved my Bach video from some time ago and many people asked for another classical piece. It's another one of my favorites and I think it came out beautifully. Enjoy! - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Patreon: 🤍 PayPalMe: 🤍 He's a Pirate (Pirates of the Caribbean theme) cover by computer hardware orchestra. Which song would you like to hear next? Like it? Share it! More info on how it works: 🤍 .
Star Wars Theme / Imperial March (by John Williams) cover by The Floppotron 3.0, computer hardware orchestra. Which song would you like to hear next? Write it in comments! More details on how it works - 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
The 8 inch floppy disk does remind a bit of the LP record due to its size. I decided to find out if it was possible to play music from one. Keep in mind that I am not referring to MIDI music, but a real encoded MP3. Of course, quality is subpar, but this PC has a 100 Mhz 80486 processor, so it isn''t suited for high bitrates anyway. The drive playing the music is a YE-DATA YD-180 originally from a Fairlight CMI, so it should feel right at home playing music (albeit in a different format) The music playing is "Seashore" from Mats Schubert and Per Blomqvist. See below the link to the original track (Track 3 on page): 🤍
Jeri Ellsworth describes how she attached a floppy drive to a tape deck recorded and then played back audio. A simple circuit stepped the head automatically using the spindle index pulse. A push button was used to control the direction. The drive head wrote to more than one track at a time, causing an interesting reverb effect. *Erasing the disk with rare earth magnets while spinning in the drive was not mentioned in the video.
In this project my challenge was to read music stored on floppy disks in real time with an Arduino. This is a success, although I need two Arduino Unos and the audio is quite low quality (4-bit / 8 kHz). All the source code and electric schematics are here: 🤍 Other links: - Library used to control floppy drive: 🤍 (presented also in this article 🤍
I put the Toxic video onto a floppy disk in probably the worst way possible. Check out the code here: 🤍 Music Used: Rank and File - Silent Partner (0:00) No Good Right - Freedom Trail Studio (1:54) Shawl Paul - Norma Rockwell (5:01) Church of 8 Wheels - Otis McDonald(10:51) Clips in Order of Appearance: Toxic - youtube.com/watch?v=LOZuxwVk7TU (0:00) Playing the LGR Floppy Disks Video FROM a floppy disk! - youtube.com/watch?v=5IoP684d3SM (1:13) Take On Me - youtube.com/watch?v=djV11Xbc914 (5:07, 5:18) Never Gonna Give You Up - youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ (5:13) Bad Apple!! - youtube.com/watch?v=9lNZ_Rnr7Jc (5:26)
Diskplayer is a project I created which combines the nostalgia of physical media with some of the practicalities of on-line streaming music - and a retro twist: I'm using 3.5" floppy disks to play albums on Spotify. Blog post here: 🤍 GitHub repo here: 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 Recently had a bunch of requests to remake this. I had done it before when I was just first starting with three drives. I've learned so much since then. Compare this video with the old one: 🤍 Four videos in this set, this being the second. As usual, you can see all of them early by visiting the FB page or forums. Links below. Wallpaper link: 🤍 - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 Facebook page - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
Support me on Patreon! - 🤍 I don't really have anything to say for this. Enjoy? There's four videos in this set, this being the third, which of course are available ahead of time if you visit my FB page or spot on Abyssal Forums. Links below. - Links to stuff you might care about - FAQ - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Playlist - 🤍 MIDI Files - 🤍 FaceBook page - 🤍 Request Status - 🤍 Download Audio - 🤍
A look at the Roland MT-80S - A 'Music Tutor' device that's still great fun, even for non musicians. Used Roland MT devices on ebay: 🤍 Focus/Sound There are a couple of sound and focus issues with this video. The cinematographer and sound technician have been spoken to about this and they (and their teams) are deeply remorseful for causing so much distress and upset to the viewers. Answers to regularly asked questions Q) What kind of monitor is that? A) Here's my video about it: 🤍 Q) What is that Subscriber counter thing in the background? A) Here's my video about it: 🤍 -SUPPORT- This channel can be supported through Patreon 🤍 Patrons usually have early access to videos -SUBSCRIBE 🤍 -THANKS TO - Jerobeam Fenderson for the intro animation: 🤍 Outro Music- Over Time - Vibe Tracks 🤍 Outro Sound Effect ThatSFXGuy - 🤍 LINKS: Amazon/eBay links are affiliated where possible.
Michael Jackson, "Billie Jean" played on 6 Floppy and 2 HD-Drives. Based on the "Moppy"-Project of Sammy1Am.
Using a 3.5" diskette drive on a modern smart device is oddly straightforward (and enjoyable!) with the right components. Let's set up an Android device to play MS-DOS games from a floppy drive! ● Consider supporting LGR on Patreon: 🤍 ● Social links: 🤍 🤍 ● Music credits go to: 🤍 #LGR #Android #Apps
Thanks 🤍 - Hi there. Let me give you a PSA. Friends don't let friends build RAIDs out of floppy disks. I know it sounds funny. Like, "ha ha, let's build a RAID out of these 34 random USB floppy drives". But I'm telling you, it's a dark path. But hey, don't take my word for it! 🍎 The Boing Boing thread: 🤍 🍎 Macworld article: 🤍 🍎 Here's that beefy USB hub I used, it's great: 🤍 ══════════════════════════ 💾 For more vintage Apple stuff, please subscribe: 🤍 💾 Support these retro computing shenanigans on Patreon! 🤍 ══════════════════════════ 🔧 Tool kit I use: 🤍 🔨 The best Mac Cracker! 🤍 🎙️ My microphone: 🤍 🎥 My camera (good for CRTs): 🤍 ══════════════════════════ 💬 Come talk about old computers on the Action Retro Discord! 🤍 ══════════════════════════ #Macintosh #PowerPC #Floppies