8-bit sound


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8-bit sound

A sound card that processes 8-bit sound samples. The more data in the sample, the more accurately sound can be digitized. See sampling.
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2 kbps; - Two SCI RS-232C channels (one reserved for debug use); - Two PCMCIA channels, with each channel supporting both memory and I/O cards; - Extensive graphics support, including 16 gray STN, 4k color STN, or 64k TFT at 800x600 SVGA resolution; - 8-bit sound support (22 kHz max.
He ups the 8-bit sound, stripping away the guitars and drums to make it an electro dancer with Japanese-sounding synths.
1 or higher, 640X480 resolution, 256 colors (8 bit), double-speed or faster multisession CD-ROM drive and 8-bit sound sound card.
The title requires Windows 95 or 98, a 486-66 PC (Pentium system recommended), 3 MB free hard disk space, 8 MB RAM, 2X CD-ROM drive, 256-color SVGA monitor, 8-bit sound card with on-board MIDI, and a mouse or other pointing device.