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Re: Open Source PC104 Soundcard

Yeah the datasheet just says "ferrite bead", I didn't do any of the calculations or testing to determine what the best value should be. To be honest I doubt it'll make much difference if you just short the pads with some solder... :) You know I am beginning to learn that, but you see I am so firmly …

Re: Open Source PC104 Soundcard

I had a quick look into the BOM and the website also, but didn't see that product number (maybe I'm missing something there). It seems to be a ferrite bead, though - the only FB I am seeing in the BOM is a 600MHz one (BLM31PG601SN1L), which is unavailable on mouser also, but with a similar one …

Re: Intel Marl Socket 7 ATX Restoration

I recently got a motherboard just like this one with an Intel MMX CPU. And - maybe sounds silly - I am unable to turn it on. I have a PSU just like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI7I6aMQ7QI and I can connect 20 of the 24 pins to the motherboard. And what now? I hoped that there would be a …

Re: Munt vs FluidSynth with MT-32 soundfont

Thanks for the answer:) This part I understand: "A soundfont is an approximation" This one not really: " -- and can't reproduce an MT-32 anyway, since the MT-32 instruments are programmable." - AFAIK folks do use FluidSynth in DOSBox (ECE, maybe) to emulate SC-55 or later models. Am I wrong?

Munt vs FluidSynth with MT-32 soundfont

I am quite on the beginner side of MIDI and MIDI emulation. Please help me clarify: From what I understand FluidSynth (or Timidity++) can be and is used to emulate eg. SC-55. One can get MT-32 sounfont(s). Munt emulates only MT-32. What is the purpose using both FluidSynth and Munt? Thank you for …

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