When I was building my token ring network and sourcing parts I found something called the IBM 8235 Remote Access Gateway on eBay and it looked quite interesting. Being a token ring device also I decided to make a bid and won it. Here is the sales blurb about the Continue Reading
IBM 4865 external floppy drive
A while back I purchased a IBM 4865 external 720k floppy drive for my IBM 5160. The seller sold it as untested so I took a chance and purchased it. The drive came missing the molex power cable. I managed to hack one together by copying the wire paths from Continue Reading
Voyetra Sequencer MKI, MKII, MKIII floppies backed up!
A while back I picked up some new old original unopened copies of Voyetra’s Sequencer MKI, MKII and MKIII. Unfortunately the floppy disks did not include a hard disk installation program and were only able to be run from the floppy drive, due to the software copy protection. Using my Continue Reading
Voyetra Sequencer Plus
Believe it or not, there is an alternative to buying an Atari or Macintosh if you choose to ‘go soft’ and join the growing throng of musicians who have already recognised the tremendous benefits computer-based music sequencing software can bring to any MIDI set-up. When Amstrad unveiled their PC 1512 range of Continue Reading