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Re: Ultimate multi-sound card setup?

in Marvin \ Sound
System: PIII 933 Slot 1 Win98 + DOS 7.1 (with L1 cache on/off for 386 level speed sensitive games) Main DOS: SB32 CT3670 for SB/SB16/AWE games (Adlib/Creative FM disabled) Main Win98: Yamaha YMF744 PCI for Win98 with basic EAX/A3D support. In DOS only FM enabled for authentic Yamaha OPL3 External …

Re: Show us your custom Physical mt32-pi Builds

in MT-32 General
Excellent thread. Dale deserves more publicity for his outstanding work on github.com/dwhinham/mt32-pi I have to admit it is little embarrassing to post mine after Thermalwrong professional work above, but here we go... I consider this work in progress. Needs a paint job and proper labeling. I had …

Re: Should I buy a MT-32 'old' today?

in Marvin \ Sound
I'm with darry with this. External audio mixer is way to go if you have budget for it. My argumentation - Vintage consumer level PC audio components from 80-90's tend to be very noisy. Waiving analog audio in and out through modules can only add to overall noise floor. That's why in my setup I'm …

Re: Reasonably priced mixer for your retro audio needs

in Marvin \ Sound
Once you start adding MIDI modules, you start to need a lot more ports. I have a Behringer RX1602 with 8 stereo (or 16 mono) inputs. Very happy with that, so when I needed more ports I just got a second. Behringer RX1602 looks very professional and is surprisingly affordable. However I prefer …

Reasonably priced mixer for your retro audio needs

in Marvin \ Sound
Hi do you guys use external audio mixer in your retro gear corner? One could use multiple soundcards\modules in-out ports you with internal mixers, but 80-90 consumer level PC parts tend to be rather noisy side. So mixing sound outside with modern hardware is preffered. I'll start with my experience …

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