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Author Topic: Win95 running Basilisk II emulates System7 to run Opcode SVP 2.08+ Roland VSC88  (Read 813 times)

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Offline chrisNova777

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i think hes got the midi triggering back into the standalone VSC88 (pre-VST app?), running on the real os, windows 95

cool to watch but i think that this basilisk II program is incapable of generating MIDI to an external Interface hosted by
windows 95... or a later cbomation of versions of the Emulator/OS, which leads me to wonder how he routed the MIDI from the MAC OS emulation to the win95 standalone VSC88 App? via software? or via hardware??
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