it's a machine with great potential. 2 MB of onboard standard RAM (expandable
to 8 MB), 8 truly analog CEM filters (one for each voice), a sampling rate
of up to 48,000 Hz, SCSI, 8 individual outputs and *lots* of sound
editing capabilities... what else do you need ?
well...due to its rushed launch, the operating system (which has to be loaded from a floppy on startup) has some bugs in it. that's why i'm *thinking* about updating it. this *will* take a lot of time though, as i've never done anything like this before...
(thanks to Kyle Farrell for mailing me the boot eprom hex dump, the disassembled 68000-code and the memory map)
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