Author Topic: Roland GS Screensaver for win3.x/win95 (1996) requires 486/8MB RAM  (Read 1403 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline chrisNova777

  • Administrator
  • Posts: 8576
  • Gender: Male
  • "Vintage MIDI Sequencing + Audio Production"
    • www.oldschooldaw.com | vintage audio production software + hardware info
(2161KB)   This demo is limited to playback for about 50 seconds. GS Screen Saver for Windows3.1/95

DOWNLOAD LINK: http://web.archive.org/web/20020402234006/http://download.edirol.com/drivers/gs_scr.exe



Quote
This is a screensaver for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 designed to promote the Roland GS Format/Logo. Though originally intended as a complementary set of specifications for the MIDI 1.0 standard, GS has come to be associated with the finest tone generation systems available. GS was first introduced on the legendary Roland Sound Canvas SC-55, one of the first 16-part multitimbral tone generators to contain more than 100 sounds based on dedicated waveforms.

http://web.archive.org/web/20020414094344/http://download.edirol.com/drivers/gs_scr_readme.txt

Quote
Operating System: Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 3.1/Windows(R) 95

CPU/Clock:   i486SX/33MHz or higher
Memory(RAM):   8 MB or more
Hard Disk:    2MB
Display:   640x480pixels/256colors  or better
Sound:   8-bit Mono/22.050 kHz sampling rate

Quote
This is a screensaver for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 designed to promote the
Roland GS Format/Logo. Though originally intended as a complementary set of
specifications for the MIDI 1.0 standard, GS has come to be associated with
the finest tone generation systems available. GS was first introduced on the
legendary Roland Sound Canvas SC-55, one of the first 16-part multitimbral
tone generators to contain more than 100 sounds based on dedicated waveforms.

After setting up this program, please configure the Screensaver in the
'Control Panel'.

This program also contains wave sound data. If your PC is equipped with a
sound card, you can listen to the music every time the sreensaver is
activated. (Sound can be switched ON or OFF in the Setup dialog.)