Atari 1040 STE

Atari 1040 STE

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1040 STE, Other Computer from Atari.

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Atari 1040 STE tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Atari
  • Model: 1040 STE
  • Category: Other Computers
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Atari 1040 STE user reviews

Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 13 reviews )
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DjieSs's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Atari 1040 STE
I sniff ..... yours has depos my 10/10 because I am nostalgic ....
I was 6 I played as a cup or other Turbo batman on the "PC".
It is on that as we mettai a floppy disk and that he YAV full of bomb on the screen ct not very good. but remember good memories. FLIGHT SIMULATOR KI TENNAI UNNNNE DISK ON !!!!! Jalai ... forget it ..

jeffdevigneux's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Historical interest only"

Atari 1040 STE
This is the ETS in 1040, with 3 MB of additional RAM for a total of 4 MB, and 20 MB HDD, the Atari SM 124 screen, monochrome, more suitable as a PC screen in the same time.
I have always used with a famous MIDI software, Notator SL, Cubase who competed well in its early versions. Note that Notator was the only sequenced by patterns, ie non-linear, as they are now.
The only remedy that I have done in 25 years was to change a component that had melted, otherwise, never down, which prevent me paser to digital audio, how indeed take a gear works so well!
With one input and four outputs (provided with Notator extansion twelve o'clock), I manage 64 channels without problem, but attention is that of noon!
I use a second Atari, this is only for editing and programming EVS-1, FM synth, but it's so complicated, FM synthesis, I dropped; stronger than I would have extra sounds with Atari / EVS-1. I also use an old PC to edit only synths (evolver and micro-modular), the Atari is my only sequencer. Buy one today would be ... shifted. In addition, DD and time software is found.

yann057's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" of very good memories"

Atari 1040 STE
I aquired in 2000 and used with Cubase 2.0
I had my pc but not for the music field
with the use of multiple keyboards and expanders noon multi_timbres (8 to 16 channels) I bought a Steinberg smp of occcase processor 24 for 2500 francs at the time that allowed me to use 80 channels simultaneously. a real pleasure.
with time, smp 24 burned the disk drive and then the screen is my leave but having kept all my songs and hundreds noon I'll file a new look into the case the screen 1024et sm smp processor 124 and 24

ovalie38's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect"

Atari 1040 STE
Personally, I found this and I always find great bike.
It's been a 10 years since I no longer use but is in perfect working condition.
I am an apprentice musician but I burst out well with this machine called the Mac at the time of the poor, lol.
I really liked the ease of use of this machine. It does buggait ever. I walked sequencers that thunder fire of God. I then Pro 24 and Cubase Synthworks D110 (I had a D10 that I still have). It seems to me that some studios still use this machine despite the proliferation of PC software.
~ 7000FRF in '86 config with color monitor, what was the average price of basic machinery of the time without connectors noon.
And if it were to do again, I would buy a machine like that with the technology today.

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