First post, by ih8registrations
There was a scc1 and a cm-64 up forsale.
The cm-64 went for 80 bucks. I emailed the winner pointing out the board and emulation project pages in hopes that he might contribute by dumping the samples(recall, the cm-32/64/lapc have an extra bank of 33 sound effects over the mt-32).
The scc1 auction still has a hour and 45 minutes to go but price is too high for it($20, for another $10, could buy the latest vsc or bid on a mt-32) and the virtual sound canvas sounds just as good(going by quest studio's mp3s) and works with dosbox. Yamaha's sxg soft synth works too. The gpl'd/open source timidity soft synth works as well. The twsyng driver makes it possible. There are a ton of patch sets for it too: gus, mt-32, gs, xg, awe, live, big custom sets, etc.
So, was I bidding against someone from here?:)
At least I won my earlier bid for four sound blasters(2 awe64's, sb pro, sb 16) for $7. FYI for those interested in putting together a real old dos gaming rig, reading sb faq's, the awe64's are 100% sb, sbpro, sb16, awe32 compatible vs sb16's which aren't completely sbpro compatible(supposedly they didn't fully implement the sbpro mixer). & an awe32 is a sb16 core+emu8k.
I also have a GUS. I find that I like the SBOS output, the ultrasound's sound blaster emulator, more than a sound blaster or gm playback for several games. novalogic's ultrabots sounds the coolest with SBOS over all the other methods. Perhaps I'll make some mp3/ogg's.