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Atari Falcon

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Strider.mjjprodStrider.mjjprod

Atari FalconPublished on 03/22/04 at 11:23
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- I use mine since 1996, but I got over that MIDI music rcemment (late 2003).
- What I like most is the ease of use, reliability and expansion options ... What I like least is the lack of power of BCAN and input / output sound at the micro level and not in line. Another advantage: lots of music software available.
- Before I buy another Atari possdais less potent (1040 STe).
- Trs qualitprix good value, compared to other Atari (ST, STe, Mega) can make the audio in addition to MIDI. Trs good choice for beginners and amateurs little fortune.
- I would do this choice, and I've been dj since I purchased another Falcon in order to run a software synthtiseur above. ...
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- I use mine since 1996, but I got over that MIDI music rcemment (late 2003).
- What I like most is the ease of use, reliability and expansion options ... What I like least is the lack of power of BCAN and input / output sound at the micro level and not in line. Another advantage: lots of music software available.
- Before I buy another Atari possdais less potent (1040 STe).
- Trs qualitprix good value, compared to other Atari (ST, STe, Mega) can make the audio in addition to MIDI. Trs good choice for beginners and amateurs little fortune.
- I would do this choice, and I've been dj since I purchased another Falcon in order to run a software synthtiseur above.
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airaimairaim

Atari FalconPublished on 02/16/06 at 06:03
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I use the Falcon since 1997. It was customized for his departure (RCA line-in, increase the max ram). What I admire is its reliability and intelligence, with 14 mega of RAM, it's amazing stuff. At the time I bought it, and I took time to make up my mind, the PC (200mgz) continued to stammer in midday was all a matter of translating. Today, he is unbeatable toutjours noon. Cubase-Audio works great on it. the score function that I use all the time is great. Good course for the audio, you need time, a beefy hard drive and a CD burner. What to remember is that this is the first machine to come out with a microphone jack on the back, while SCSI acquisition impeccable ability to normalize......
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I use the Falcon since 1997. It was customized for his departure (RCA line-in, increase the max ram). What I admire is its reliability and intelligence, with 14 mega of RAM, it's amazing stuff. At the time I bought it, and I took time to make up my mind, the PC (200mgz) continued to stammer in midday was all a matter of translating. Today, he is unbeatable toutjours noon. Cubase-Audio works great on it. the score function that I use all the time is great. Good course for the audio, you need time, a beefy hard drive and a CD burner. What to remember is that this is the first machine to come out with a microphone jack on the back, while SCSI acquisition impeccable ability to normalize after). Of course, I had Atari 1024 (inflated to 4 am), obviously it looks like a prehistoric man with it. I do not regret that the issues regarding to switch to PC or Mac that I meet today. But I continue to admire this machine, and I hope to have the same address on the new machines with Cubase Audio Falcon. For the use I make it serves me well.
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flacon030flacon030

Atari FalconPublished on 04/06/07 at 07:14
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Hello all
I have my personal falcon since its release, namely in 1993.
Before that I had a 1040STE.
I took it for its audio quality, the PC had not at that time.
I personally do not use the MIDI part, but only the audio portion of the raptor.
6990Frs has taken for his time, he offered more than just a PC, and as I see 1993 as I could already play MP3 with the DSP has only 32MHz, it is still dream.
In addition a team of CT60, it's still a very nice machine.

Advised all those who want to start a music-making head way.
And if by chance you have a SPDIF, many things become possible.

Also the graphics with apps like APEX, is no exception.
There is also excelling Calamus......
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Hello all
I have my personal falcon since its release, namely in 1993.
Before that I had a 1040STE.
I took it for its audio quality, the PC had not at that time.
I personally do not use the MIDI part, but only the audio portion of the raptor.
6990Frs has taken for his time, he offered more than just a PC, and as I see 1993 as I could already play MP3 with the DSP has only 32MHz, it is still dream.
In addition a team of CT60, it's still a very nice machine.

Advised all those who want to start a music-making head way.
And if by chance you have a SPDIF, many things become possible.

Also the graphics with apps like APEX, is no exception.
There is also excelling Calamus SL (which is still in development, we are at version 2006).
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  • Manufacturer: Atari
  • Model: Falcon
  • Category: Other Computers
  • Added in our database on: 08/17/2002

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