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Welcome to the eighth episode of 8Bit Keys. This is going to be an episode of firsts. First of all, it is the first time for my to use my Yamaha PSR-300 in any production, it’s also the first time for me to use more than one keyboard in any production, and it’s also my

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Welcome! In today’s episode, I wanted to show you a little piece of history where computers and music sort of overlap. Now, anybody who use computers back in the 1980s and 1990s should be familiar with something called an Ad-Lib card or SoundBlaster Card. These were the most common sound cards used in PC’s. Whenever

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Welcome to another episode of 8bit keys. In today’s episode I’m going to be featuring the Yamaha PSS-270. Now this is essentially a kids’ toy from 1986, and I’m actually going to be performing a song from around the same time period. It’s an old Amiga MOD tracker file called “Luna Waves.” Now, believe it

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In this episode, I’m going to show you the incredible musical keyboard by sight and sound. As you can see, it is a keyboard overlay designed to fit on top of a Commodore 64. I should point out that Commodore also made their own version of this and the two versions are almost indistinguishable from

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