Amiga Audio Peripherals


Rombler

> Company: Albrecht Computer Technik, Germany
> Date: 1998
> Amiga: A2000, A3000, A4000
> Interface: Prelude
> Autoconfig ID: ID16945 / 1

MIDI And Wavetable Interface
Extends Prelude With MIDI In And Out Ports
Provides Interface For A Single Board Synthesiser With DSP Effects Such As The Yamaha DB50XG, Roland SCM55 Or WaveBlaster CT190
Generally It Supports Any Add-On Wavetables Which Fit The 26 Pin Feature Connector Of A SoundBlaster
A DB15 Connector Carries The MIDI Signals – An Adaptor (Gameport – MIDI Cable) Converts This Into Five Standard DIN Sockets
Audio Is Output To The AUX1 Channel Of Prelude’S Sound Mixer, Otherwise Reserved For CD-ROM Audio
There’S No Way To Record The Digital Synth Output Without Looping It Back Into Prelude’S Analogue Inputs
There’S No Access To The DSP Effects For Anything Except Wavetable Sound
The MIDI Output Shares The Same Port As The Wavetable Card – Distinct Channels Have To Be Assigned For Internal And External Instruments
Supplied With CAMD Driver Software
Supported By Samplitude Opus

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