Still wondering what is going on, how to navigate this page, or what is the point of computer music? Check our questions and answers section. This page features an extensive music library, music composition tools, composition tips, discussion forums, technical analysis and comparrisons of sound cards, analysis of musical formats, links, and much more.
A Note:anytime we refer to soundcards, it is pc soundcards, although the info is usually true to all cards. The creators only
own pc's and therefore could only accurately judge pc soundcards. Almost everything, however,
is true to Mac, Amiga, PC, and a few other kinds of computers. Thanks.
This page is divided into various sections and subsections. Here's a brief explanation:
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is a great starting place. Tips and Tricks as well as info like navigating this page are located there.
Soundcards This section covers sound blaster awe32 and gravis ultra sound. You can find
tech specs, faqs, and more here. This section will expand over time.
Formats Numerous musical
formats are explained here. Valuable info on any format known to man can be found here.
Archive The archive contains
music files, music players and trackers, and soundcard support files.
Users can talk about anything music related here via a message board and live chat rooms. Addition forums available by request.
Just like the title says, links to other music pages.
Come here for info about this page, its history, and its creators.
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