Here’s a double-barreled blast of esoteric synth action!… Read More Vintage Apple II Plays A Modular Synthesizer
Hexfix93 (Velvet Acid Christ) has been doing some tests, trying to figure out which computer/sequencer combination is the tightest for doing electronic music. He tested sequencers by sequencing a series of 16th notes, recording the output, viewing it in an audio editor and checking how much the 16th notes deviated from where they should be.… Read More The Atari STe – Still The World’s Tightest Music Computer?
List Universe has published an interesting look at the top 10 soundtracks created on the Amiga computer. #4, above, is State of the Art (at least for 1992): State of the Art is another demonstration of the sound and graphical capabilities of the Amiga, using advanced programming techniques to combine silhouette dancers with hardware generated… Read More The Top 10 Soundtracks Created On The Amiga
This video captures a demo of the Magic Voice cartridge from Commodore – a speech synthesis device that allows the Commodore 64 (C64) computer to talk. If you’ve got any experience with Commodore 64 speech synthesis with the Magic Voice or other applications. leave a comment!