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Recent Posts

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drum - Late 90s / Re: Alesis DM5 (late 1995)
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 01:52:37 PM »
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These:

http://www.treiberupdate.de/treiber-download/download-45729-treiber-MIDIMAN-Portman2x4Parallelport-MIDI-Interface2MIDIEin.html

Don't work... they look like they contain the right driver, but pointing windows to the inf file provided results in the PCS (serial port) driver being installed
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Trying to install this on my Win98SE machine and can't find the right driver. Downloaded the recommended one from the midiman / m-audio website but as far as I can tell it's for another interface (PC/P), and seems to be missing files.

I'm going to keep digging online but would appreciate any leads!
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synths - late 80s / Re: Roland D-50 (1987)
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 12:04:54 PM »
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286 (Feb 1982) / Sharp X1 (1982) computer
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 09:40:11 AM »
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X1_(computer)


http://retrorekall.blogspot.ca/2015/12/retro-japan-computer-special-sharp-x-1.html

roland made an MIF interface card for the mpu-401 that was compatible with the sharp X1 computer
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Digidesign Pro Tools / pro tools v1.0 demonstration video (german)
«  by chrisNova777 on December 13, 2017, 10:45:50 AM »
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a note frm the manual on using more than one interface from event/echo


"fortunately, your new layla will operate with gina + darla in the same system! "
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so i think this system was also compatible with macintosh..
on macintosh it could be connected via something they called the digidesign 8 voice ELVIS card?