Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Commodore 64 is back






The Commodore 64 is back with the Phoenix and Amiga models, and runs Comodo, Windows 7, Linux, MAC OS X operating systems, perfect for video and music sequencing.

# Silver Chassis, Keyboard & Power Supply
# Motherboard
# DVD/ CD Optical Drive
# Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Processor Q8200 (2.33GHz, 4MB, 1333MHz FSB)
# 4GB DDR2 Non-ECC SDRAM, 800MHz
# 500GB SATA, 7200 RPM Hard Drive







The Commodore Amigo The CPU, Memory, Graphics & Audio.....all on a single micro PCB, and it's only 2" x 2.5" !

4 comments:

Brian McGroarty said...

This late to the party and it's only got analog video output?

Dan said...

I have recently decided to re-release my 1984 C64 SID lead synthesizer
called Fastfingers. I'm getting amazing response, considering that it
is 27 year old. If response is big enough I may even develop
Fastfingers II . However , the 27 pages of source code don't look as
familiar to me as they were 27 years ago. I used only a few comments.

I have tried it on the VICE emulator and noticed that the sounds are
OUT OF TUNE on the Vice. I hope that your emulator is IN TUNE.

Check out the fastfingers link below complete with video demo to see
what the buzz is about.



http://musicinit.com/fastfingers.php

Dan said...

FASTFINGERS LEAD SYNTHESIZER FOR THE C64

Dan said...

Working on a MIDI interface now. check out new video at http://musicinit.com/fastfingers.php