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Alex E
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Gear: Jupiter-6, Juno-60, Polysix, Emulator II, DX7, QX1, Arp Odyssey MKII, ESQ-1, Miami, M1r, Live 9, iMac MC309XX/A
Location: Anaheim, CA

Post by Alex E » Tue Dec 26, 2006 3:49 am

go to

there you can find info on the software cartridge, as well as the pcb for SID2SID.

For the Midibox go to

And find the Mdibox SID page.

You might like the Cynthcart too. ... 40a30ef952

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Gear: MS20, x0xb0x, JV-1080, JX-3P, JX-8P(PG800), Juno Stage, VFX-SD, VL-1, ARP Omni I, D-50, DW6000
Location: Illinois, USA

Post by EmptySet » Tue Dec 26, 2006 12:05 pm

moogplayer wrote:The mirrored doors G4 Powermacs (1ghz and higher) won't boot in OS9. Earlier models will run it no problem
Actually, this is not true. I use a mirrored door 1.25GHz G4 and it will indeed boot OS 9.

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Location: London, Ontario, Canada

Post by Alpha » Sat May 12, 2007 10:25 am

Altitude wrote:ST all the way.

I dont think anything to this day has tighter midi
From what I had read, ST looses 1ms in MIDI chain. Tighest clock you could ever get. Anywho, reason I'm writing this, is that I just picked up a 1040ST with monitor, Notator with original manual, Unitor MKII card and s**t lost of music software for $100 Canadian. I'm in heaven. I always wanted to own Notator, but I could of never afford it back in the day, and the pirated version used to freeze like crazy. Anywho, I went to high school in London, Ontario, that had a music class filled up with Ataris running Notator Logic all hooked up to Roland D-50 (One Atari+Roland per student). This was the only class like that in Canada. Ohhh the memories.
I don't drink water, because fish @&^* in it.

Andromeda, Oddy, FR-777, 909, 101, xoxbox, some diy analog effects. And of course STE running Notator to sync all the s**t.

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Post by Commando » Sat May 12, 2007 12:26 pm

I regret having sold my Atari 520 ST. :twisted:

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Gear: TR909, TR808 Dot Com, Moog LP. x0xb0x, Andromeda A6, AX60, SQ80, EPS, DSI PEK Pot Edition, ASR10, Juno 60.
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Location: Denver, Colorado

Post by Architecture » Tue May 15, 2007 11:43 pm

I have Alex E's Old Commodore 64 and the Pro 64. My god I have never heard a SID chip sound so organic in my life. Forget the SidStation, go with the Pro 64. Built in Sequencing and everything.

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