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General / Miscellaneous / Behringer Ultrapatch Pro Model PX 2000
« Last post by chrisNova777 on March 01, 2021, 11:06:21 PM »
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General / Miscellaneous / midi-classics.com website gone
« Last post by chrisNova777 on March 01, 2021, 01:39:06 AM »
http://web.archive.org/web/20000603222731/http://midi-classics.com/soft.htm

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Hardware Manufacturers Index
ADS Technologies
AKG
Aardvark
Advanced Gravis
Adventus
Alesis
Altech Systems
Amquest
AnTares Systems
Antex
Apogee
Aquila
Audio-Technica
BCK
Blue Chip
CGM
CM Automation
Caig
Cakewalk Music
Caribbean Rhythms
CreamWare
Creative Labs
Crystal Lake
Diamond Audio Tech
Digidesign
Digital Audio Labs
Digital Music Corp
Drum Tech
Dunlop
Dynatech
E-BOW
E.M. Winston
E.W. Bridge LLC
EGO-SYStems Inc.
EMagic
EasyMIDI
Ensoniq
Evolution
FOOT SWITCH BOXES
Farfisa
Fast
Fatar
Finger Weight Corporation
Frontier Design Group
Furman Sound
FutureTouch
G-Vox
Gallery
Gorilla
Guillemot
Hanmesoft
Hohner
Hoontech
Hosa Technology
Hybrid Cases
Infusion Systems
JL Cooper
Jay Turser Guitars
Jazz Inc
Jensen
Jump! Music
KEYFAX Software
Kat
Kawai
Kaysound
Key Electronics
Kima
Korg
Kurzweil
Lexicon
Line Six
Liquid Audio
Lucid Technology
Lynx Studio Technology, Inc.
MIDI Land Inc.
MIDI Solutions
MIDIMAN
MPM
Mackie
Madison
Mark of the Unicorn, Inc
MediaTriX
Merging Technologies
Metalithic
Microboards
Micronet Technology
Monster Cable
Mountain
Music Quest
Music Spot Productions
MusicWare
Mutec
Native Instruments
Neato
Nemesys
Neumann
No Name
Novation
Opcode Systems Inc
PROEL
Panasonic
Philips Interactive Media
Pignose
Power Technology
PressIt
Prime
Pro Tec
QB Products
Quantum Audio Designs
Quick Lok
Quinco, Inc
RED Sound Systems Ltd
RJMG
RMC Pickup Co.
RME
Rack Release Systems
Radio Shack
Rane
Rat
Reed Kotler
Rhytmata
Ricoh
Riff Technology
Roland Corp
Rolls
Rosendahl
Rotel
SBS Technologies
SEK'D
SKB
Sea Sound
Seer Systems
Seymour
Shure
Smart & Friendly
Sonic Products
Sonorus
Soundscape
Sovtek
Steinberg/Jones
Swissonic
TC Electronics
Tascam
Terratec Promedia
Texas Music and Video
Thinkware
Toshiba
Tracer Technology
Tune 1000
Turtle Beach
V.J. Vendano Co.
Vans Evers
Waves
Yamaha
Zefiro Acoustics
electro-harmonix
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General / Miscellaneous / MED Soundstudio V1.4
« Last post by chrisNova777 on March 01, 2021, 01:01:31 AM »
http://web.archive.org/web/20010511075904/http://www.med.uk.com:80/here/MED.zip

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MED Soundstudio V1.4

32-BIT APPLICATION
WINDOWS 98/ME/2000/XP

                             Time-Limited ( 40 days ) Full save version


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS


Absolute *Minimum* System Requirements

P200 or similar processor
Windows 95 release 2 or Windows 98
64 MB RAM
10 MB of available hard disk space
Good Soundcard
(Soundblaster Live or similar)

Lowest Recommended System for MultiMedia use:

P300 minimum, running Windows ME or Windows 2000
64 MB RAM  ( 128MB if using Windows 2000 )
25 MB of available hard disk space
or LOTS more for modules/Samples
A 'Good'  quality Soundcard
(Soundblaster Live or similar)

Recommended System for MultiMedia use:

P4, running Windows 2000 or XP
128MB (or more)
Lots of available hard disk space
A 'Good'  quality Soundcard
(Soundblaster Live or similar)


Not required but very useful: MIDI Keyboard for
those into composing professionaly.


Why not register?,

For such a powerful program the price
 is amazingly low and you will also get a users
discount off of the next full version Windows V2
release which will contain many new new features
 and a host of new tracker and MIDI facilities!!!

If you want to register, you are advised
to do so within 30 days of installing this
demo to ensure continued use.

Simply select the Help/Register menu from
within the programlog itself or log onto the
main uk web site at: http://www.med.uk.com
 and go to the orders page by selecting:
"how to pay" from the menu on the left
of your browser screen, you can order
by Credit Card, or Debit Card or post.

If you want to pay by other means,
see the details on the orders page.
 

Problems?

If you encounter a problem using this demo,
don't give up, simply take a look at the FAQ
list by going to the drop down menu and
 selecting Help/FAQ they should help with your
questions, but if not, then you are advised
 to join the open MED USER mail list
 by following the instructions in the FAQ's

Once you have joined the mail list,
 you can then mail your questions to the
beta-testers and also the author himself.

Contact:

RBF Software
169 Dale Valley Road
Hollybrook
Southampton S016 6QX
England

sales@med.uk.com

OR

sales@med.us.com

Web Sites:

http://www.med.us.com

http://www.med.uk.com

http://www.medsoundstudio.com

http://www.medsoundstudio.co.uk

http://www.octamed.co.uk/



(c)1995- 2001 BF Software

All other trademarks and registered trademarks
are the sole property of their respective owners.

The modules/samples contained with this demo
are the property of the respective owners
and have been used either with permission
from the respective composers or have been
made available to the general public by the
composer via internet sites world-wide.


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Vintage Software / Re: Octamed (for Amiga?)
« Last post by chrisNova777 on February 28, 2021, 10:45:37 PM »
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