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Creative Sound Blaster Awe64 replica with features

Just Creative CT4520 replica with SIMM72 memory expansion possibility and midi header. It’s first prototype with two mistakes in routing SIMM connector and midi header are rotaded by 180 degrees. 165 more words


Playing Space Quest III with digitized sound effects

Maybe you’ve noticed: I’ve started playing Space Quest III on my YouTube channel.

In the first episode, I talk about how Space Quest fans playing on an MS-DOS PC were jealous of those playing on an Amiga, because the Amiga people got to enjoy the game with digital sound effects. 744 more words

Rants And Raves

Legacy Computing vs. Emulation - a resurrection

You know that old dusty gray piece of junk you have in the basement behind that bike next to those yard tools and golf clubs? Yes that one, the one you bought in 1995 with the brand new Windows 95 Operating System installed, the Soundblaster card, and a whopping 32MB of RAM. 587 more words

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The Smallest Wave Blaster Card

In the early 90s, the Creative Sound Blaster was the soundcard. It wasn’t the absolute best sounding card on the market, but it quickly became the defacto standard and delivered good sound at the right price. 312 more words

Musical Hacks