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Dr T's Tiger

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1990

Never one to use a word when an acronym will do, Dr T's have christened their new sequencer The Integrated Graphic Editor and Recorder. Glen Darcy puts a Tiger in his tank.

Dr.T's Tiger

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
The Integrated Graphic EditoR

You don’t have to be a KCS owner to benefit from Tiger. If your Atari sequencer lacks graphical editing facilities but implements MIDI files, then real-time editing of sequence data is still possible. Chas Stoddard explains all.

Tiger Feet

Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990

John Renwick gets his paws on the graphic sequence editor from Dr T



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