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Clash of the Titans

Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Two multi-tasking packages, Virtuoso and Cubase, meet in the ring. Jim Spriggs plays referee

TDM Rave

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1992
Atari ST Software

TDM Virtuoso

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1989

From a new British company comes a new Atari ST software sequencer that looks set to rival Notator and Cubase for power and versatility. The virtuous Nigel Lord boots it up.

The Digital Muse Prodigy

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1990
Software for the Atari ST

Son of TDM's Virtuoso ST sequencing software, the budget Prodigy retains many of its parent's best features. Ian Waugh checks out the fastest little sequencer in the west.

Virtuoso

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989

Designed by musicians for musicians, The Digital Muse’s long-awaited MIDI sequencer for the Atari ST offers 99 tracks, real-time multitasking operation, ultra-fast screen redraws, and a host of comprehensive features with which to make music. So does it live up to expectation? David Hughes finds out...

Virtuoso

Review | Micro Music, Apr/May 1989

An exclusive preview of the sequencing package that sets out to show the market leaders a thing or two

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Virtuoso In-Depth

Feature | Micro Music, Dec 1989

Jim Spriggs gives us a more comprehensive look at the first package to come from the Digital Muse

 

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