Shared July 10, 2016
Update Feb 2017 - you can now support this amazing guy via patreon: https://www.patreon.com/prof_abrasive
A detailed look into Dr Abrasive's lab and what it took to engineer a plug-in-flash-card for the Sega Saturn.
Update: Dr Abrasive now has a twitter! https://twitter.com/prof_abrasive Discussion is now over at http://assemblergames.com/l/threads/s...
FYI: This is not a commercial product. It also is still being tweaked.
FYI: The sound patch designer tool shown is in early early days!
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