MDFourier Amiga port started

MDFourier author Artemio has summarised the busy March 240p Test Suite and MDFourier updates via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/new-monoscope-49474110 And within is an excellent nugget of information for Commodore Amiga fans – the very popular personal computer line that debuted worldwide in 1985 is getting a port of the excellent MDFourier audio comparison tool. The initial model, […]

Amiga Warp 1260 Review via Dan Wood

Dan Wood from the Retro Hour Podcast just reviewed the Warp 1260 Accelerator Board from CS-Labs.  This is an accelerator card meant for the Amiga 1200 that completely transforms the machine into a substantially more powerful Amiga.  As well as add modern solutions, features, and abilities a stock Amiga 1200 owner could never dream of.  […]

Birth of the Amiga Interview (Joe Decuir)

  A wonderful interview with Electrical Engineer Joe Decuir, just took place recently at VCF East 2019 (Vintage Computer Festival).  Mr. Decuir was instrumental in the founding of the Hi-Toro / Amiga line of computers as well as other classic computers and hardware from Atari and more.  The Guru Meditation conducted this interview and if you […]

Checkmate A1500 Plus Modern Retro Case

  In a recent interview on the Retro Man Cave, Steven Jones revealed the now finalized computer case from the completed Kickstart project.  By displaying the Amiga 3000 inspired “Checkmate A1500 Plus” Retro Computer Case.  This new computer case draws on classic Amiga designs while being versatile and useful for more modern needs.  With multiple […]

AMOS 2 Programming Language for Amiga, Atari ST, and More

Programmer and creator Francois Lionet has been working on a new version of the AMOS/STOS programming language called AMOS 2.  The AMOS and STOS are forms of BASIC (Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) which is a programming language made simple for beginners to pick up and start their programming careers.  This new version AMOS 2 is a […]

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