LAST RELEASED VERSION: 2.0 15-Jan-90
ORIGINAL LIST PRICE: $39.95
RECOMMENDED PLATFORM: Apple IIgs w/1Meg, 1 or 2, 3.5 drives, RGB Monitor and Printer
Advancing the ART of Basic
Welcome to the world of synthesized sound SONIX for the Apple lIgs gives you the ability to use all the features of the lIgs built-in Ensoniq synthesizer from BASIC under ProDOS 8.
SONIX’s 2 powerful editors and 3 special user interfaces create a full-function sound and music environment you can control from your own BASIC programs … with just a PEEK, POKE, and a CALL.
Included are a Waveform editor, 30-voice Music editor, 30-voice sequencer, our exclusive Longloader data handling utility, and BASIC Interface… plus construction plans for an inexpensive and reliable digitizer pre-amp for sampling sound.
SONIX for the Apple lIgs is menu-driven and comes on a NON-copy-protected 3.5″ disk. Full instructions, tutorials, sound library, and programming tips are all on the SONIX disks.
Waveform editor 24-bit disk saver
30-voice music editor 24-bit memory mover
30-voice sequencer Pre-amp plans
Basic interface Sound library
24-bit disk loader Program examples
All program Segments, graphics and instructional text designed and developed by So what Software.
Photography: Andrew Holden
Printing: Huntington Valley Press
Commercial reproduction or site licensing available upon written request.
This software product is copyrighted and all rights are reserved by the author. The distribution and sale of this product is intended for the use of the original purchaser only and for use only on the computer system specified. Copying, duplicating, selling or otherwise distributing this product without the express written permission of the author are violations of U.S. copyright law and are hereby expressly forbidden.
© 1988 William Stephens. All right reserved.
Apple lIgs. ProDOS and Appiesoft are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
Ensoniq is a registered trademark of Ensoniq Corp.
SO WHAT SOFTWARE, 10221 Slater Ave., Ste. 103, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Each zip file contains .2mg and .dc filetypes which are compatible with most emulators.