ok i figured out a way to import audio files. i'm using "Brian's sound tool" to convert 11kHz WAV files to classic mac format.

- get the converter here: partnersinrhyme.com/mac/conver

- to install it you'll need ImportFl and Stuffit Expander:

- then use ImportFl to import a WAV file and Brian's sound tool to convert it

@echophon oh wow, tose are beautiful shapes! the 2nd one especially

Recalling this design system I created in Nodebox a few years back.

has anyone figured out how to import sound files to mac format?

cc @cancel @vaporstack @neauoire

Inside Macintosh seems to cover all the APIs for writing classic mac applications
very useful for me since i'll be using C for the jam, not hypercard

@vaporstack hey do you happen to know where to find API documentation for the old mac? i sort of figured out quickdraw but don't even know where to start when it comes to audio

mastodon tip: since gifs get mangled when uploaded, use video files without an audio track instead. they will be displayed like a gif would

flashing images 

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Finally, here are the official details for ! In the following link, you'll find setup instructions to get hypercard up and running, and some details about everything else!


The Public Domain Tapes podcast is live! If you haven't already listened, please listen and let me know what you think!


can you explain this drug to me 

"The Origin of HyperCard in the Breakdown of the Bicycle for the Mind"

Really digging this talk.


@vaporstack yeah, for the raytracer example that came with retro68. still takes a few seconds to render the whole frame

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