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Amiga Sequencer One

Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1991

Gajits' popular Atari ST sequencer one has now arrived on the Commodore Amiga Paul Overaa takes a look.

Gajits Sequencer One

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990

Another ST sequencer? David Hughes looks at the Gajits Sequencer One, and finds out how it measures up to the competition.

Gajits Sequencer One

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1990
Atari ST Software

It's powerful, it's intuitive and it's cheap - just about everything an ideal Atari sequencing package should be. Ian Waugh reviews.

Gajits Sequencer One & Hitkit

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1991

Gajits' budget sequencer moves over to the Amiga and is joined by the company's new Hit Kit software. Ian Waugh plays along.

Sequencer One

Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990

We give Gajit Music Software's Sequencer One the once over

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Competition | Music Technology, Sep 1991

If rhythm programming is one of your pursuits, you can't fail to have latched onto our On the Beat series and you'll be interested in the review of Oberheim's Drummer. Now you can win Gajits' Hit Kit software.



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