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software Classic   software Classic : A-EON Technology acquires OctaMED
   posted by amigakit on 16-Feb-2015 14:00:30 (7298 reads)
A-EON Technology Ltd is pleased to announce that it has concluded the purchase of the source code and exclusive rights to develop, publish and distribute MED, OctaMED and OctaMED SoundStudio for the AmigaOS and Amiga-inspired operating systems, including MorphOS, AROS and emulation from the current owner Ray Burt Frost. As part of the sale agreement A-EON has the exclusive right to use the MED, OctaMED and OctaMED SoundStudio in all product marketing, promotion and branding for AmigaOS and Next-Generation AmigaOS inspired versions including emulation.

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Re: A-EON Technology acquires OctaMED
Posted on 16-Feb-2015 23:09:25
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Nice to hear !

But.... I hope there is enough money and developers at their disposal to move all that purchased software forward.


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Good news


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Personally I'd like to see midi supported thru camd.library first :)


I could not agree more.

CAMD gives a path to joystick MIDI ports, or a wide variety of USB MIDI devices.
We even have a SoftSynth that is driven directly from CAMD now.

But I might be a bit biased, I probably have a few more CAMD ports than most users.


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Maybe good news but i hope a development in all ways not only for the aeon "soundcard".

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Used Oktalyzer, Sound and ProTracker.

Maybe this is good with our "NG" Sounblaster Lives.

What about Roland electric drums next here. Can I stick it to the XE then?

Let's make music if ok. You Play the riff and I'll do the drums and maybe words for the song.

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Must congratulate A-EON on this... well done guys!

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Feel free to use the logo I made specifically for MED Next generation...

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Does that include any of the work that was made on OctaMED SoundStudio 2, or will any future developments be starting again from the base OMSS 1.03 sources?


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Well this news really makes me happy. Lets hope new OctaMED S.S. will be better than current DigiBooster. I will definitelly buy it & support your efforts.

p.s. I've just ordered AmigaOS 4.1 FE disk from AmiKit :)


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but didn't is Octamed Sound Studio freeware from 1998?


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but didn't is Octamed Sound Studio freeware from 1998?


and now it can be updated.

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Here is an idea - build an embedded OctaMED device using a Minimig implementation with MIDI-ports.


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Lets hope new OctaMED S.S. will be better than current DigiBooster.

Not that easy. I'm not going to sit and watch .


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Does that include any of the work that was made on OctaMED SoundStudio 2, or will any future developments be starting again from the base OMSS 1.03 sources?

I sincerely hope that Trevor has licensed the V2 beta codebase so that development can continue from where Kato Dev stopped. The 1.03 code is tremendously old, almost undocumented, heavily dependent on SAS-C, with assembler parts, custom MIDI implementation (no CAMD), etc. It will take ages to make anything usable out of this.


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Not that easy. I'm not going to sit and watch


That's the spirit! Competition is always good :)

Implementing midi in DB would be a good start *winkwinknudgenudge* ;)


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Great news.


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Finally I can put The Maestrix to rest!

But I wonder, even SS is now old code, what about the code from the newer PC version? Is that still being sold?

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Quote: Not that easy. I'm not going to sit and watch


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That's the spirit! Competition is always good :) Implementing midi in DB would be a good start *winkwinknudgenudge* ;)


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+2 :)

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