Many old drum machines like the Linn Drum are sample based. They use sounds that are stored digitally on microchips, called EPROMs. It is possible to change the sounds by swapping out the factory EPROMs with ones that have your own custom data burned into them. In this video we are showing you how to do this, what to use for it and how the Linn Drum sounds when you use these new sounds.
Software used for sound conversion: Audacity audio editor: https://www.audacityteam.org
Promenade eprom sound conversion: http://www.electrongate.com/software/…
Eprom programmer used: Genius G840 USB Flash Bios EPROM Gal 51 AVR Pic MCU Universal Programmer N0061
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