High tech multimedia from 1992! This was the first stereo Sound Blaster card. Its digital audio was still only 8-bit, though, and it was quickly superseded by the Sound Blaster 16. Nonetheless, Creative Labs packaged the Pro with a simple but cool multimedia demo, run in DOS using .FLI animations set to MIDI music and some digitized voice samples. But first I show the SBPro test program featuring some MIDI and digital audio samples.
This was recorded from my Gateway 486DX-33 with the real Sound Blaster Pro CT1600 card installed. Not emulated! I had my Sony Digital8 camcorder pointed at the monitor, but the audio is a direct hookup.