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A Stormy Sea Popular
Description: Just wanted to show people that you can use the Storm C editor with OS4!



Submitter:  Bean - More Photos from Bean  
Last Update: 20-Nov-2004 11:44:14 Hits: 11587 Rating: 6.78 (9 votes)Comments: 3 posts
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OS4 A1 XE with USB Devices Popular
Description: This shot shows two USB flash cards; one mounted in a multicard reader, the other as a USB memory stick. It also shows my Olympus mju 410 digital camera mounted directly, along with the USB Mass Storage commodity which runs once you've inserted a Mass Storage device.



Submitter:  Bean - More Photos from Bean  
Last Update: 1-Jan-2005 14:57:19 Hits: 4561 Rating: 6.75 (4 votes)Comments: 1 post
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TuneNet AmpPlug Popular
Description: This screenshot shows an internal version of
TuneNet supporting AmigaAmp visual plugins
(soon to be released).

An OS4 native version of the Wide Spectrum
anaylser is shown which can be used by both
AmigaAmp and TuneNet!

Keep an eye on: http://www.tunenet.co.uk :-)



Submitter:  Bean - More Photos from Bean  
Last Update: 18-Jun-2006 12:04:01 Hits: 3000 Rating: 7.00 (3 votes)Comments: 1 post
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