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Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989
Two multi-tasking packages, Virtuoso and Cubase, meet in the ring. Jim Spriggs plays referee
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.
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...
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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Feature | Micro Music, Dec 1989
Jim Spriggs gives us a more comprehensive look at the first package to come from the Digital Muse