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So you want a Gravis Ultrasound?

The holy grail of PC soundcards include a few special devices. But one of them is surely the Gravis Ultrasound. It allowed mixing of 32 independent channels with (near) CD quality. This could be used for sound effects or music, and was particularly popular in the demo scene. But also game classics such as Jazz Jackrabbit, One Must Fall, Epic Pinball and Pinball Fantasies used the card to great effect. However today an original Ultrasound costs anywhere between 200-400 EUR, which is a bit too expensive in my opinion. So we try out a cheap homebrew clone! Meet the GUSar lite!

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Retro Game Review #10: Sierra’s Astro Chicken & Ms Astro Chicken

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Finishing My 386 Build

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OSSC Firmware Upgrade

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The LABS BlasterBoard Homebrew Soundcard

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Snark Barker Upgrade: SA1099 GameBlaster

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The 10th Anniversary Sierra Catalog