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Yamaha CX5M (MSX Music Computer)
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  • airwavairwav

    Yamaha CX5M (MSX Music Computer)Published on 09/06/05 at 15:58
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    Buy 86 c is the discovery of computer music. Somewhat forgotten in my attic, but it may well be having fun customizing the still ..... Already it is imperative to replace the original map of SFK FM ... who was not managing the Midi OUT!! It was estimated that the Yamaha gear is sufficient to itself. I have at the time the replacement card by SFG 05 (FM 4-op) that fitted to the CX M II 5. Another major drawback is no floppy drive, while K7. J ai then transfer the CX5 replace it with a Sony MSX II which possesses a reader (Thank the MSX MS compatibility for Microsoft because the MSX system incorporates a derivative of the general public MS DOS) then obviously F 5000 of an era Z80 8-bit with 6…
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    Buy 86 c is the discovery of computer music. Somewhat forgotten in my attic, but it may well be having fun customizing the still ..... Already it is imperative to replace the original map of SFK FM ... who was not managing the Midi OUT!! It was estimated that the Yamaha gear is sufficient to itself. I have at the time the replacement card by SFG 05 (FM 4-op) that fitted to the CX M II 5. Another major drawback is no floppy drive, while K7. J ai then transfer the CX5 replace it with a Sony MSX II which possesses a reader (Thank the MSX MS compatibility for Microsoft because the MSX system incorporates a derivative of the general public MS DOS) then obviously F 5000 of an era Z80 8-bit with 64 KB of RAM .... Yes we are tired but ......... sounds are very close to the FB01, you can edit the DX or TX7 and program (relatively) simple .. . try at least once ..... and programming with the sequencer DMS allowed to do something nice (from memory c was produced by an English box, if anyone still has the one ......'m interested) Then c is above that I've started the BASIC but c is another story ......
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  • efabricefabric

    Yamaha CX5M (MSX Music Computer)Published on 03/01/10 at 08:06
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    It's a really old machine set to draw sound pros. There's only hear the sound of B3 organ ... According to ergonomics, it works mostly with keyboard shortcuts.
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