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Ram Electronics Music Machine

A digital sound sampling and playback device. The Music Machine was designed by Flare Technology and manufactured by RAM Electronics. The Amstrad CPC version is almost identical to the the ZX Spectrum version, only difference was the address decoding logic.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Ram Electronics

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35434. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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