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From the Apple II Integer Basic days, who remembers...

I recently came across some old Apple II cassette tapes I apparently created back in 1979 or 80.  One of the cassettes had files on both sides.  The contents were:

 

Side 11. Othello (2 copies each)2. State Capitals (2 copies each)3. Advanced Dragon Maze (1 copy)

Side 21. The Applelodion (2 copies each)2. Appleodion Data (2 copies each)3. Two Voice Music Data (2 copies each)4. Bach (1 copy)

 

I hadn't thought about Appleodion in all these years but remember how cool it was for "Load"ing and creating music by entering note-by-note into a table.  It is menu driven and fairly self-explanatory.

 

Thus far I've not found any Appleodion instances in Apple II archives on the web.  Does anyone have any Appleodion documentation?

 

 

 

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It would be good to preserve

It would be good to preserve those.

 

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I have by copying cassette

I have by copying cassette tape output to .WAV file using GoldWave software, then creating blank .do disk image with CiderPress and the doing >Action>import file from WAV.

 

All the programs work fine.

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