Standalone Mod IV simulator program

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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by tgstgs » Mon Oct 27, 2014 8:57 am

the sun is made to shine for 24/7 (24 hours 7 days on)_
but it could be any pc with a pci slot;
hw = hardware;
synth, verbs connected to xite controlable via midi for example;
http://windows.microsoft.com/de-AT/wind ... connection
you just need a connection to internet from where you are with the laptop remote;
could be a probl. in driveing trains changing the radio cells fast;
but definitiv no probl. stationary like hotel or the bath in summer;

good vibes

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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by yayajohn » Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:03 am

erminardi wrote:Teamviewer transmits also audio via internet: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx
And it's free.

Well i tried this and it works pretty well so I am excited to see if it will hold up when I am far away. I could not get any sound to transfer though. Tried various combinations using the Wave 24 bit Dest and Sound Card Dest in Scope and even played an mp3 through WMP to transmit with the VOIP option in Teamviewer. Not sure if I even want the sound as it would most likely be choppy and distorted
I will eventually figure it out. I can now access my rig from anywhere. yay!
@jk - I may try that RDP you mentioned too

Thanks to all for the help


Oh crap I just remembered I disabled the onboard audio in the bios. Most likely the culprit!

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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by Roland Kuit » Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:07 am

Of coarse it is a mind thing!
Drawing ideas ar like a shopping list. Just a remembrance :)
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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by garyb » Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:50 am

yayajohn wrote:
erminardi wrote:Teamviewer transmits also audio via internet: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx
And it's free.

Well i tried this and it works pretty well so I am excited to see if it will hold up when I am far away. I could not get any sound to transfer though. Tried various combinations using the Wave 24 bit Dest and Sound Card Dest in Scope and even played an mp3 through WMP to transmit with the VOIP option in Teamviewer. Not sure if I even want the sound as it would most likely be choppy and distorted
I will eventually figure it out. I can now access my rig from anywhere. yay!
@jk - I may try that RDP you mentioned too

Thanks to all for the help


Oh crap I just remembered I disabled the onboard audio in the bios. Most likely the culprit!
i don't think you need to do anything tricky with VOIP in teamveiwer. i did a support session for a client and had sound and very quick and reliable control over the client's machine. sound should work through the wave driver if the Scope wave driver is the default interface in windows(i think).

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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by jksuperstar » Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:13 pm

yayajohn wrote:ok great thanks I will check that out. I'm wondering would it matter if my desktop is on Windows XP and my Laptop is on Windows 7 64bit?
No problem, it's all the same protocol. It's free & built into windows, look for Remote Desktop Connection. Part of the setup is access to audio, etc. It works pretty well, and you can get an app for iOS too. (I think some linux based VNC clients also support RDP, so it's highly likely available for Android tablets)

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Re: Standalone Mod IV simulator program

Post by faxinadu » Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:28 am

teamviewer for the win, use it all the time exactly for this

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