First post, by BadGoldEagle
This is my first post here. I'm a Mac enthusiast and I've just bought myself an Apple PC Compatibility card for the Powermac 6100. This is basically a full PC with a 66MHz 486DX2, SVGA graphics and a Vibra 16 sound card. The card uses the Mac's keyboard and mouse, and can output to the same monitor. The sound can be passed through to the Mac side via internal CD Audio cables.
The card is used with a specific cable that breaks out into multiple ports, including a joystick port. However, the MIDI signals are absent from this port and pin 15 has 5V so it cannot be used with MIDI devices at all.
The particular VIBRA 16 on this card uses a CT2501 chip. I was wondering if it would be possible to hack a MIDI port from this chip's pins. I'm sure this is doable, plus since I only need midi out, I wouldn't need to modify it too much.
Problem is, I can't find any info about this Creative CT2501 chip or any schematics... Can someone here help me figure out where the MIDI pins are?