C-64; was RE: Hungarian and Slavonic (was: Codename "de")
|From:||Keith Gaughan <kgaughan@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 17, 2002, 16:59|
> From: Frank George Valoczy [mailto:valoczy@VCN.BC.CA]
> On Thu, 16 May 2002, P. M. Arktayg wrote:
> > Frank George Valoczy ta nugatu-r:
> > > Gah, this took me so long to type, making typos left right and center-
> > > over the past few weeks I've gotten so used to the keyboard on the
> > > Commodore C=64 that this "normal" PC keyboard looks like a disaster.:)
> > C-64?! What did you do?
> Making music. The C=64 is an incredible machine, now with 20MHz processor
> and 32 megs RAM. And I'm getting a 4 GB harddrive for it soon too. :)
The SID's possibly one of the coolest synths out there. Forgetting
about the flaky filters, it rocks. I used to play about with Ubik's
Music on my own wee box ages ago a fair bit.
I presume you're getting those upgrades from CMD, but I thought
they weren't trading any more. I can remember when there were some
efforts to import some of their stuff into the UK and Ireland a
few years ago. I never got to buy any of the stuff 'cause I had no
money at the time though. Drat!