Posted on : 17-03-1995 | By : admin | In : Seer History
Tags: Intel, MIDI, NSP, Satie, software synthesizer
Buys-out Satie and initializes Native Signal Processing (NSP) support.
The problem was that Intel had committed to sell some number of Satie units and pay us royalties accordingly. But now they needed to stop 486 support and shift to the Pentium. So they did what any totally class-act company would: paid us as if sales had been maximum.
They needed us for NSP, but I have no doubt they would have treated any dispensable company as responsibly and respectfully.