Reply 40 of 113, by gdjacobs
I am more in real hardware :) Emulation needs a much bigger amount of different cables and other hardware. And newer hardware li […]
I am more in real hardware 😀 Emulation needs a much bigger amount of different cables and other hardware.
And newer hardware like USB interface etc. My Retro-Machines mostly do not have USB support because I don't need it,
what I need is network-support and that do indeed have all my machines from 286 on.
I thought about a different MIDI-Interface module.
Hey, no problem in my eyes. I certainly appreciate vintage hardware even if I'm way less hardcore in collecting than some.
I do want to correct a detail. The retro machine does not require USB to do this. You need a modern machine with a midi interface (USB to MIDI is the most flexible) to serve as the synthesizer. Everything on the side of the retro machine goes through your sound card or dedicated MPU-401 card, just like an external module.
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