I have an ancient old Atari 1040 Ste. And it still works? No, mine broke. It took me forever to find another one. My friend Eddie searched the internet forever and ever and he found two. I have two now. One is an old STe and the other ones an S...there's one that has an extra letter on it that's got more memory. That's the one I needed. So I do have a new one. Well, a new old one you know, it's a thousand years old. It works good for many because I like the Steinberg software, it was good.more
Per *Nextmusic Magazine*, July/August 2001 "Now (Vibert) works with a Roland S760 (with eight minutes sampling time) and an Atari 1040 STE (upgraded to 4MB)" Additionally, Vibert is quoting as having an Atar-based studio in a 1997 interview for *[Disquiet](https://disquiet.com/1997/04/20/his-bedroom-is-a-jungle/)*: Regarding his studio Vibert states: “It’s a very tiny work space, just in my corner. On my left I’ve got my old Atari and a sampler and a mixing desk, and then on my right there’s just one keyboard and the effects unit. And that’s it.” Given the date of the Nextmusic interview, it's possible the majority of Vibert's realeases between 1993 and (at least) 2001 were sequenced with an Atari STE.more
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