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'''Siren Software''' was a long-established and successful vendor of CPC hardware and software.
Siren Software was a long-established and successful vendor of CPC hardware and software.
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Founded by Simon Cobb, who had previously worked for [[Ocean]] Software, the company sold Simon's own programs, those of others, and some where the rights were purchased from other companies.
 
Founded by Simon Cobb, who had previously worked for [[Ocean]] Software, the company sold Simon's own programs, those of others, and some where the rights were purchased from other companies.
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The company continues to trade specializing in video editing for PCs.
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[[image:Siren AA100.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Advertisement in Amstrad Action (issue 100)]]
  
 
== Hardware ==
 
== Hardware ==
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== Software ==
 
== Software ==
  
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* [[Cherry Paint]]
 
* [[Copytape]]
 
* [[Copytape]]
* [[Discology]] (english version)
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* [[Discology]] (English version)
 
* [[Discovery]]
 
* [[Discovery]]
 
* [[Discovery Plus]]
 
* [[Discovery Plus]]
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* [[Tape Utility]]
 
* [[Tape Utility]]
  
The company continues to trade as [http://www.sirentechnology.co.uk/ Siren Technology], specialising in video editing for PCs.
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== Links ==
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[http://www.sirentechnology.co.uk/ Siren Technology]
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Latest revision as of 03:54, 8 December 2011

Siren Software was a long-established and successful vendor of CPC hardware and software.

Founded by Simon Cobb, who had previously worked for Ocean Software, the company sold Simon's own programs, those of others, and some where the rights were purchased from other companies.

The company continues to trade specializing in video editing for PCs.

Advertisement in Amstrad Action (issue 100)

Hardware

  • Hackit (known as 'Le Hacker' in France)
  • A ROM-board
  • 3.5in disc drives
  • Disc interface unit (like the DDI-1)
  • Sound Blaster (Stereo Amplifier/Speakers)

Software

Links

Siren Technology