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AmigaOS (1985) / Amiga 1010 - External floppy disk drive
« Last post by chrisNova777 on Today at 03:49:30 PM »
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AmigaOS (1985) / Amiga 520 - video adapter for the a500 (amiga 500)
« Last post by chrisNova777 on Today at 03:40:30 PM »
A520 520 Composite Video Adaptor for Commodore Amiga 500
https://zenithsal.com/amiga/2018/06/01/amiga-a500-a520-s-video-mod
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Software Instruments (VST) / CK Modules Now Free VSTi-VST>>>
« Last post by Project5er on Today at 12:39:28 PM »
These were originally commercial VST-VSTi that were later handed out free but the Dev only hosted for a very short time...

So were (till now) unavailable to many...

There are like 2 NICE VSTi...2 NICE ARP MIDI VSTs...And 3 NICE VST FX...

There's 32 & 64 bit REG info just like dev gave out in the package...

Here's one VSTi-


Here's one ARP-



Quality stuff at no cost....
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This is 23 years old but the release didn't appear till Jan 2000. This is the German company that would later be Magix...Which I suppose is way better then 'Sek'd' which kinda rhymes with 'Sucked'.
Well it didn't suck but took awhile to learn how they do things with the object oriented workflow. This can record MIDI and uses DirectX Plugs but it don't got no piano roll. It's got another different type of MIDI editor.
It plays well with VST plugs wrapped in either the Cakewalk Adapter or DirectiXer. Here is the GUI with White Noise Zero Vector loaded in via Cakewalk DirectX Adapter-




MIDI use not really recommended though as like all this older Sek'd-Magix it was STRONG with audio & WEAK with MIDI...

Nowadays I think it would best be used as a singular or multi-track audio editor that once was $799.00......!!! That is if you can run it or even install...XP is just fine...Hell, down to windows 98 should be fine...

Some 'INFO' & THEIR Shotz-


















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Vintage Software / Re: music-x for amiga
« Last post by chrisNova777 on Today at 10:37:48 AM »
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Modern Software / Recorders of the VST Style Collection Win32>>>
« Last post by Project5er on Today at 10:26:41 AM »
Here is what would be considered a VST 'utility'...Not an effect or instrument...

But when you need it you gotta have it...Can be used for many reasons...Bouncing-Freezing a track to audio to save CPU-RAM, Testing a track using realtime automation or FX so you can review it singularly...Perhaps your tracker or sequencer has no WAV writer AT ALL!!!...Or maybe it's garbage!...

ETC, ETC, etc, etc.............................

Instead of parking GUIs on here I just show the list of what's in there, There is one demo, two commercial abandonwares & the rest are freebies...




There you go...grab it up!...GRAB IT UP!!!...
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