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Old 09-19-2010, 05:04 AM   #11
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Default Re: What were you doing on your Amiga in 1994?

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Originally Posted by ElPolloDiabl View Post
Hi, What were you doing on your Amiga in the year 1994?
In 1994? Let's see.

Well, I had my OS3.0 A1200 by then and IIRC. Other than a parallel port sampler and a MIDI interface it was pretty bare. I relied on various hand-rolled bootable floppies for applications. For example, I had a single bootable disk containing OctaMED, ProTracker and the software that came with my sampler.

A lot of time was spent playing games like syndicate, that's for sure

By the end of that year, I got a slimline 3.5 inch HD for it and my productivity increased accordingly.

By summer the following year I got my first accelerator board, the then fresh-out-of-the-stable Apollo 1240 turbo. You simply can't imagine the speed increase that gave. And, just when I thought it was fast enough, I discovered remapollo
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