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Alba Computing AMIGA MIDI INTERFACE construction kit
« on: December 21, 2018, 09:13:04 AM »
LOW-COST AMIGA MIDI INTERFACE

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga
Alba Computing have introduced a low-cost MIDI interface kit for use with the Commodore Amiga A5, A1, and A2 computers. The kit is simple to build and requires no more than a soldering iron and a couple of hours construction time. It comes complete with all parts and includes MIDI In, Out and Thru sockets and connects to the Amiga's serial port. All this for the princely sum of £23.95 inc VAT.

Alba Computing Ltd,15 Wester Broom Gardens, Edinburgh EH12 7RA. 031-3164171