Until I set up Precedence, I was probably best known for developing MelIDI
for RISC OS computers. It is a powerful, extensible MIDI
Now that I'm running a computer company focussed on development, support, consultancy and the Internet.
I have a large number of Acorn machines at home including:
Though to be honest, I don't use them very much any longer (they are stuck in the loft).
- StrongARM RiscPC with 4 MIDI interfaces, etc.
- R260 with 16MB, FPA
- A680 (ARM2-based machine with on-board SCSI and 8MB RAM running RISCiX). Only 5 were made I believe and I've got 1 whole one and the motherboard of another...
- Stork (A7000-based portable computer). Not many of these around either...
- BBC B
- Master with internal modem and co-pro