This video, via debuglive, offers a great look at how people made jams in 1990 with the Commodore Amiga 500.
The Commodore Amiga 500 was an affordable, mass-market computer, like the earlier Commodore 64. Millions were sold and, soon, there were a variety of hardware and software options for music making.
The video looks at the Amiga 500 hardware, audio cartridges and music making software.
An Amiga 500, Stereo Master and handful of $1 records from a 1990 Sunday market: Can we make a dance track on a budget home computer?
Of course! Back when big-name dance tunes required big-budget-gear, a secondhand Amiga let you take the first steps to making a dance-floor banger.
If you’ve used the Amiga 500, leave a comment and let us know how you used it!