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Re: What’s in your Garage ?

in Milliways
What all these Silicon Valley computer people had in common was that they were all looking for the “Perfect computer”. An all-in-one computer that could do it all. Hence my “iPad”. What machines do you think are used to develop the software you use on your ipad? Other ipads? Steve Jobs breathed on …

Re: CD audio vs Roland & General Midi

MIDI is nothing more than instructions that synthesizers can use to produce sound. It is not compressed sound. Given a good enough synthesizer, it can be used to produce equally rich sound to CD audio / PCM. In fact, it will be better, because unlike most CD audio is won't be post-processed to be …

Re: Emulating MT-32 on an RPi2

Aren't there quite a few high quality sound cards for the Raspberry Pi out there that connect through GPIO pins as opposed to USB? Wouldn't that work even better? i haven't pursued that for a couple of reasons: 1) I usually use the GPIO for a 24bit VGA adapter that hooks up to an old RGB monitor …

Re: What modern activity did you get up to today?

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I haven't used QEMU on a Pi as it's quite CPU heavy for that job. I've used DOSBox on a Pi, as have others. The executable for qemu isn't "qemu". Even the package, "qemu", isn't what you want. Package: qemu Version: 1:4.2-3 Priority: optional Section: otherosfs Maintainer: Debian QEMU Team Installed …

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