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An Old Pro

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1991
Steinberg Pro24 Amiga

Steinberg's Pro24 amiga sequencer is the latest arrival in the rather sparse field of Amiga music software. Paul Overaa looks at a new incarnation of an old favourite.

School's Out

Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

Phil Brammer takes the Educational version of Steinberg's Pro-24 to the top of the class

Software Tracking

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
Steinberg Pro24 Software

Simon Trask looks at one of the first multitrack MIDI recording packages to be made available for the Atari ST series of computers. How does it compare to dedicated sequencers?

Steinberg Pro24 III

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1988
Software for the Atari ST

The latest version of the industry-standard Atari ST sequencing package. Simon Trask finds out if software is fulfilling its promise to keep abreast of the times.

Steinberg Pro24 Version III

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1988

Steinberg's Pro24 sequencer for the Atari ST has been around for over two years now, and has firmly established itself as the 'industry standard' ST sequencer against which all others are judged. Just when it looked like being overshadowed by some of its competitors, Steinberg released Version 3.0 of the program complete with some significant new features and enhancements. Pro24 owner David Hughes deliberates over the upgrade.

Thinking Of Going 24-Track?

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986
Software for the Atari ST

If your studio's musical output is largely synthetic in nature and you are considering an increase in tracks, then Steinberg Research's Pro-24 recording software for the Atari 520ST micro could prove a better option than a conventional tape recorder. Tony Hastings tells why.

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Macintosh or Atari?

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Jan 1988

Over the last few years musicians have consistently been more excited over the latest MIDI hardware developments than they have over MIDI software. Whilst other micros have come and gone, the Atari ST and Macintosh micros have quietly become the established computers for making music with MIDI. Ed Jones reveals why with a look at Steinberg's Pro-24 (V2.1) and Mark Of The Unicorn's Performer (V2.2) programs.

Steinberg Software Page

Feature | Topic: Computing, Sequencing | Sound On Sound, May 1988

The start of an 'experimental' column devoted entirely to Steinberg software. Written and compiled exclusively for SOS by Steinberg's experts, it will contain hot news of current and forthcoming software revisions, 'in-house' tips and tricks on its use, and will discuss computer-based MIDI sequencing systems in general. Read on and respond!

Steinberg Software Page

Feature | Topic: Computing, Sequencing | Sound On Sound, Jun 1988

The second of an ‘experimental’ column devoted entirely to Steinberg software. Written and compiled exclusively for SOS by Steinberg's experts, it contains hot news of current and forthcoming software revisions plus ‘in-house’ tips and tricks on its use. Read on and respond!

 

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