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Aurolyn
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 [UPDATE] Braegen14
New file on Desktop at scariestthingieversaw

Anyone seen the new file behind the print screen prompt? Folder is called Braegen 14 and new file called expcn.dat

Not sure what to do with it! Help!

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Graff
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Execute it!

Alright... nice find. if you type " .exec expcnv " (for the file in the braegen14 folder" in the remote viewer screen it asks for a path.... time to figure out the path!!!

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benderbot
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Re: Braegen14
New file on Desktop at scariestthingieversaw

Aurolyn wrote:
Anyone seen the new file behind the print screen prompt? Folder is called Braegen 14 and new file called expcn.dat

Not sure what to do with it! Help!


I saw it and been trying to mess with it but no such luck yet.

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Saevitia
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What, there's actual GAME happening??

*goes to check it out*


ETA: Looks like this might be some kind of sound file.

According to google: "PDP 11/60 computer, Soundstreamís interface to transfer data between its recorder and the computerís disks (a pair of Braegen 14" disk drives), digital-to-analog playback hardware, and editing software. "
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Senjut
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See it...trying to figure it out.

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.EXEC EXPCNV

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Saevitia
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I've been trying different paths.

/braegen14 doesn't work. /braegen14/ doesn't work /braegen doesn't work...
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From Wikipedia:

The Digital Editing System
Soundstreamís digital editing system was the first instance of a computer used to edit commercial recordings. It consisted of a Digital Equipment PDP 11/60 computer, Soundstreamís interface to transfer data between its recorder and the computerís disks (a pair of Braegen 14" disk drives), digital-to-analog playback hardware, and editing software. For all intents and purposes, this system was the very first digital audio workstation. In addition to its own facility, Soundstream installed editing systems at Paramount Pictures (Hollywood), RCA (New York), and Bertelsmann (Germany). A system was delivered to the U.S. Department of Justice to aid the analysis of bootleg recordings.

Editing could be performed at sample accuracy (i.e., 1/50,000 of a second); any mixing was performed digitally.

The sound system in the editing room in the Salt Lake facility used a Threshold SL-10 preamp, a Sumo "The Power" amp, and Infinity RS4.5 speakers.

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Saevitia
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Quote:
From Wikipedia:

The Digital Editing System
Soundstreamís digital editing system was the first instance of a computer used to edit commercial recordings. It consisted of a Digital Equipment PDP 11/60 computer, Soundstreamís interface to transfer data between its recorder and the computerís disks (a pair of Braegen 14" disk drives), digital-to-analog playback hardware, and editing software. For all intents and purposes, this system was the very first digital audio workstation. In addition to its own facility, Soundstream installed editing systems at Paramount Pictures (Hollywood), RCA (New York), and Bertelsmann (Germany). A system was delivered to the U.S. Department of Justice to aid the analysis of bootleg recordings.

Editing could be performed at sample accuracy (i.e., 1/50,000 of a second); any mixing was performed digitally.

The sound system in the editing room in the Salt Lake facility used a Threshold SL-10 preamp, a Sumo "The Power" amp, and Infinity RS4.5 speakers.


Saevitia wrote:
What, there's actual GAME happening??

*goes to check it out*


ETA: Looks like this might be some kind of sound file.

According to google: "PDP 11/60 computer, Soundstreamís interface to transfer data between its recorder and the computerís disks (a pair of Braegen 14" disk drives), digital-to-analog playback hardware, and editing software. "


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ScreenShot ...

I thought I would include a screenshot ...
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morbus
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Got it.

Start with ".EXEC EXPCNV", inside the PDP Terminal.
That brings up a UI prompt to insert the path.

Spoiler (Rollover to View):
Why does the Terminal window bring up a UI prompt?


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Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux has a distinction between a DOS or Bash prompt, which has no concept of a user desktop, and the UI layer, which does.


Spoiler (Rollover to View):
When the UI asks you for the path, enter "/desktop/Braegen14/expcnv.dat". A sound file will play.

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RasGold
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morbus wrote:
Got it.

....

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When the UI asks you for the path, enter "/desktop/Braegen14/expcnv.dat". A sound file will play.


LOL!
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Saevitia
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Aw, man, nice job, Morbus! I was soooo close. XD

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That sound file is... weird. Trying to capture it now. Sounds like almost musical, xylophone tones.

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Apple Juice
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wtf was that....

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Apple Juice
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maybe if we can find what each of the notes are there may be a message in it?

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