New audio cards provide high-end features to users

Schroeder, Erica
August 1993
PC Week;8/16/93, Vol. 10 Issue 32, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on Media Vision Inc. and Orchid Technology Inc.'s audio cards that offer users high-end features. Media Vision's Pro Audio-Studio 16XL; Wave-table sampled-sound music synthesis licensed from Korg U.S.A.; Orchid Technology's SoundWave 32; Use of Analog Devices Inc.'s digital-signal processor; Emulation of Yamaha's OPL synthesizers and Roland Inc.'s MT-32 sound module; Prices; Contact information.


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