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Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

I found some USB/PCMCIA adapters for storage and 3G cards: http://www.elandigitalsystems.com/adapter/usb.php I was thinking of using the USB/MIDI with a SC-55 or similar, wich is what you are already doing. For something smalller, you could use a Roland PMA-5 or a Yamaha MU5, MU10 or MU15 if you …

Re: My retro PowerPC (Beige)

simbin wrote: Also I was thinking of dual-booting with Ubuntu or some other Linux distro. Do you have any experience with this.. maybe suggestion of a good compatible distro for my hardware.. thanks. I was going to suggest BeOS but the 8600/300 is probably not compatible...

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

mr_bigmouth_502, in pure DOS, the IBM 3D sound card has the best SB emulation of all the models, followed by the Mediavision card wich des only for real mode games. Both the Newmedia Wavjammer and I/O Magic Tempo cards have direct support in some Pentium-era games (mostly games that use the Miles …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Update: 2 cards added to the first post (Newmedia Sound/SCSI2 and TDK MC-8000), links to drivers/manuals and websites when available. Now some details about cards I don't own: -Media Vision Pro Audio PCMCIA (see Cloudschatze posts) -Turtle Beach Audio Advantage PCMCIA, uses the same DSP as the …

Re: Fastracker II & Midi

in DOS
Note that the Yamaha comes with Windows 9x drivers only. The Roland SCP-55 has an optional breakout box (MCB-3) with MIDI IN/OUT and works as a MPU-401 under DOS and Windows 9x. Several other cards offer compatible MPU-401 interfaces under DOS, such as the RATOC 5570 and 5571 cards and the IBM 3D …

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