Over the last year it has been great to have occasional contact with Talin, the creator of the Amiga sequencing program Music-X. He also created The Faery Tale Adventure, an early Amiga game with a Zeldaish (before Zelda?) feel, an educational game called Discovery which utilized the Amiga's built in voice synthesis, a thing he was responsible to bringing to the publics eye, as Commodore had buried it deep inside of their technical manual.
In this writing
from Talin himself, he goes into why he felt he needed to create the program, his history with music, the history of Music-X, even some interesting history on his involvement in the Electronic Arts Deluxe Music program. There's some very nice nuggets of Amiga history in there that I think any Amiga fan will enjoy reading.
He's someone that's very passionate about writing, but he's been very anti Twitter/Facebook/Social media for some time (for himself, not others), I think it does kind of get to him that not too many might be interested in seeing his thoughts on various topics, of which he has some incredible insight on, to this very day with modern technology by the way. So I'd love for people to show this Amiga creator some love and get this one out there.
I'd appreciate if anyone wanting to share just links directly to his article, not my opening for it.