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1994 April

Posted on : 01-04-1994 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19940421 Chris Chafe/Nando

1994 March

Posted on : 01-03-1994 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19940316 Intel Development Extension #4: Unified sound bank and editor, Pentium optimization, reverb.

1994 February

Posted on : 01-02-1994 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19940201 Intel sends SJ to pitch Creative (Sorkin)

19940218 Intel Development extension #3: Support OEM Licensing.

1994 January

Posted on : 01-01-1994 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19940101 A4: Reverb, Editor, Librarian

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9400 SATIE BROCHURE
9401  REVENUE GRAPHS CS&NM ART

1993 December

Posted on : 01-12-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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New Media confirms sound cards disappearing.

 

19931215 Intel Development Extension #2:

Port to Wave output. As predicted, writing to Windows 3.1 audio services exposed the impossibility of working under the Microsoft audio system.

A key reason Satie worked, is that it worked OUTSIDE of windows. Intel’s Advanced Technology group (Bob Davies) had given us a slim 32-bit VxD-Virtual Device Driver (when 16-bit was the MS legal limit), that gave us control over the CPU’s Interrupt. As long as we were polite, this gave us a constant 11-millisecond cycle of processing opportunity, and abundant memory space in which to do it.

This law-breaking VxD proved to be the ticking time bomb that set off the NSP wars. We were aware of the implications and ever so willing to flout Microsoft, in pursuit of the importance and relevance of the work to synthesis itself.

Perhaps that is in part why—we later learned—Intel deliberately sought for the work “a West-coast group of Birkenstocked hippies.” (And why in all pictures from that period you’ll find me dressed for that role.)

1993 November

Posted on : 01-11-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19931114 A3: Installer

1993 October

Posted on : 01-10-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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Satie Basic Specifications:

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1993 September

Posted on : 01-09-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19930901 Seer Satie Service
19930901 A2: Wave Out development

1993 August

Posted on : 01-08-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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Seer Systems delivers to Intel the first GM software synthesizer, for 486DX (integer-class) cpus.

Music-Driven Allocation patent claim assigned to Intel

19930827 Intel Development extension #1: Added pitch variables, modulation.

1993 July

Posted on : 01-07-1993 | By : admin | In : Seer History

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19930716 Variable Synthesizer Resource Allocation patent claim assigned to Intel