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  1. Aside from the neat cross-over between classic computers and synths with people like Bil Herd and Bob Yannes, I find it interesting to see how some of our favorite CPUs crop up here and there in the music industry. So I started making a list of synths and samplers that made use of various old-skool CPUs. To start things off, here's a list of what I've been able to find so far. Feel free to correct any errors you might spot: Roland Jupiter 8 Z80 Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 & 10 Z80 Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 Z80 Roland MC4 Z80 Ensoniq EPS-16 68000 E-mu 4060 Z80 Roland MSQ700 Z80 Oberheim OB-8 Z80 MemoryMoog Z80 Emulator I and II Z80 Akai 2700 Z80 E-mu SP-1200 Z80 E-mu Drumulator Z80 Sequential Circuits Drumtraks Z80 Fairlight CMI series II 6800 Fairlight CMI series IIx 6809 Oberheim Xpander 6809 Oberheim Matrix 6809 PPG Wave 2.x 6809 PPG Waverterm A 6809 Ensoniq SDP-1 6809 Ensoniq ESQ1 6809 Ensoniq SQ80 6809 Fairlight CMI series III 68000 and 6809 Quasar M8 6800
  2. http://videoarcade.bigcartel.com/product/shark-jaws-shirt Get a shirt based on the notorious Atari bootleg game based on the JAWS phenom of the mid-70s. For a limited time this Shark Jaws shirt is available. Shirt will be screened to order in batches, and mailed as soon as possible. Please be patient. Shirts are printed on vintage turquoise Next Level tri-blend tees. Athletic fit so they are a bit snug. Go a size up if you like them roomie. Also available on black on gold printed on a Next Level cotton crew, just leave a note with the order. Sapphire 100% cotton Gildan shirts are also available.
  3. The animation at the very beginning isn't so great (fun story though), but after that, it's pretty fun and informative.
  4. This is a 2-hour downloadable MP3: http://www.voltage-control.com/Brig/aud/Owen-Rubin.mp3 Originally broadcast on the Arcade Outsiders podcast on allgames.com Just adding the page on which it resides, in case your web browser's player is keeping you from accessing the download option: http://www.blitter.com/~nebulous/arcade02.html
  5. I've noticed that most video game histories seem to jump from Computer Space and Pong, right to Pac Man, Donkey Kong, and vector games such as Asteroids and Battle Zone. There are about eight years of black & white coin-op games that get skipped over. I made the following video to recall many of the B&W games I played as a teenager in the 1970's, and to share these games with a younger generation that may be unaware that they ever existed... http://youtu.be/1oONH3QeWpg
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