I started on an Amiga 500 with Music X. Spent a lot of time playing Kick Off 2 though! Moved onto an Atari 1040, far better for music but dreadful for Kick Off.
OMG I remember Octamed it was brilliant!!!!I don't know if we can say that the Atari was better for music compared to the Amiga, its advantage was above all to have the integrated midi and Cubase software, which put it in the foreground with regard to musicians .
As said above, I did the opposite, I went from the Atari to the Amiga and I started the midi on the latter.
I don't know if there was an equivalent on Atari, but me on Amiga I used Octamed, a tracker which allowed me to combine midi and samples at the same time, which made me save on dedicated samplers which was inaccessible for me at the time.
Absolutely loved watching this video. My brother had an Amiga and would use a sountracker. He never really stuck with it but I do remember him using it and being pretty amazed back then.Hello.
I just stumbled across a video that just reminded me that I'm old.
When I was younger I had two computer brands that have completely disappeared, the Atari ST and the Comodore Amiga.
I only used it to play games until I discovered a music program called Sound Tracker.
By manipulating this program until I understand how it works, I discovered that I had a musical ear and that in me this hid a composer.
I would like to know if any of you have had the same experience as me?
$1500 for 2MB of ram????! Oh my god lol, times have really changed.My first computer was an Amiga 1000 and I remember thinking I got a good deal when I bought 2MB of RAM for $1500.