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Decillionix was a company based in Sunnyvale, California which sold computer music hardware and software in the mid-1980s. Its first product was the DX-1 for the Apple II, sold in 1983. The DX-1 consisted of a monophonic 8-bit audio input card, a monophonic 8-bit audio output card, and the DX-1 Effects II software. Decillionix later produced MIDI software and hardware.
Decillionix was run by Dan Retzinger.
Decillionix ceased operations in 1987.
- Original DX-1 two-card sampler, and Effects II software for Apple II (1983)
- Single card version of the hardware for Apple II (1984)
- Splash, an audio visualization program for Apple II (1984)
- Echo II, an effects program for Apple II (1985)
- P-Drum, a percussion sequencing program for Apple II (1985)
- Synthestra, an hierarchical MIDI sequencing program for Apple II (1986)
- The Box, a standalone MIDI effects device (1986)
Splash, P-Drum, and Synthestra were written by David Van Brink.
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