6.8) What sound digitizers/samplers were produced for the Atari?

This section started by Andreas Koch.

- Talk is Cheap project by Ed Stewart, Antic Volume 2 Number 4, July 1983,
  pages 64-66; hardware schematics only (a test/demo program is
  mentioned in the text, but not printed in the magazine!);
- Parrot (2-Bit) by Alpha Systems, Anthony Ramos;
   - Plugs into joystick port 2, includes mini-plug jack
- Parrot-2 (2-Bit or 4-Bit?) by Alpha Systems, Anthony Ramos;
- Replay cartridge (4-Bit) by 2 Bit Systems
   - Related software by 2 Bit Systems: Digidrum, Digisynth
- Replay Sound Sampling System, by Gralin International
   - Same as Replay cartridge by 2 Bit Systems
   - Supplied with DigiDrum and DigiSynth
   - Sample resolution
      - Record- 8 bit
      - Playback- 4 bit (via POKEY) - 8 bit via Percussion Master
- Sound N'Sampler (2-Bit) by Ralf David;
- Sound Digitiser (2-Bit) by Ralf David;
- Sound-Meister (2-Bit) by Irata;
- Sound-Digitizer (2-Bit) by Irata;
- Digitales Mikrofon (2-Bit) by Compy-Shop;
- Voice Master Speech and Music Processor, by Covox (1985) (2-Bit)
   - Plugs into Joystick port 2
   - Shipped with headset that plugs into unit's Mike and Ear mini-phone jacks
   - Draws its power from the Atari
   - Software included:
     Demo program, Bargraph, Calculator, Clock, Blackjack, Composer, Calibrate
   - Software sold separately by Covox:
      - Speech Construction Set
      - Talking Disk
- Voice Master Junior, by Covox (1988?)
   - Plugs into Joystick port
   - Built-in microphone
   - Draws its power from the Atari
   - Software included:
     Demo program, Bargraph, Calculator, Clock, Blackjack, Composer, Calibrate
   - Software sold separately by Covox:
      - Speech Construction Set
      - Talking Disk
- Analog-Sample-Processor (2-Bit) by Steven Lashower (ANALOG Magazine);
- Atari-Sound-Sampler (4-Bit) by Andreas Binner and Harald Schoenfeld of PPP
  (German Atari magazin 1/1989, pages 44-49, complete with schematics,
   documentation, sample-program and assembler-source);
   - Also 5/1989
- Alphasys Sample Cartridge (8-Bit) by ANG/Mirage;
  Accompanied software, made by Solarsystems, only used the upper 4 bits;
  Cartridge also has a "Replay Cartridge compatibility mode" so people could
    use it with the software by 2 Bit Systems.
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