Definitions for "Sound Blaster"
Keywords:  blaster, labs, creative, facto, inc
A family of sound cards from Creative Labs. The Sound Blaster protocol has become the de facto audio standard for PCs. Monaural versions of Sound Blaster cards were introduced in 1989, and a stereo version three years later. The Sound Blaster AWE32 and AWE64 are 16-bit sound cards that provide WaveTable MIDI with 32 and 64 voices respectively.
a sound card for IBM PC and compatibles, designed to provide higher quality sound for games and applications
Hardware produced by Creative Labs, Inc., that represents for MS-DOS-based games one of the major hardware interfaces for both audio and music (specifically MMI) data.