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Author Topic: Jeff Rona (oct 1990, article)  (Read 960 times)

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Jeff Rona (oct 1990, article)
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"I started working for Roland Corporation in 1982, waiting music software for the Apple II and Commodore 64 computers. I also helped develop the software for the MPU401 MIDI interface, which has become the industry standard interface for the IBM PC and compatibles. After that, I worked for a company called Digital Music Services developing music software for the Macintosh."

http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/musing-computers/439

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