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Mark Of The Unicorn Performer

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1990
Software for Apple Macintosh

Now some five years old, MOTU's Performer Mac sequencing software has undergone a series of significant upgrades. Kendall Wrightson boots up version 3.2.

Mark of the Unicorn Performer

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1986
Software for Apple Macintosh

Our resident Mac user Martin Russ steps his way enthusiastically through two of the best written software packages for the Apple Macintosh computer [in this part] - 'Performer', a comprehensive multitrack sequencing program.

MOTU Performer

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1992
Apple Macintosh Software

One of the leading Macintosh sequencing packages has recently undergone another of its periodic face lifts. Ian Waugh checks the state of the performing art.

What A Performer!

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1990
Performer 3.5

Following hot on the heels of their MIDI Time Piece, Mark of the Unicorn release a major upgrade to Performer, the world's first 'professional' computer MIDI sequencer. Kendall Wrightson looks at what's new in an old favourite.

We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-

This article has no OCR bodytext.Keeping Score

Competition | Music Technology, Jul 1991

Double dealings in this month's exclusive MT competition: Mark of the Unicorn's Performer sequencing software and copies of Guinness' British Hit Singles are up for grabs.

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.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Win A C-Lab Notator Or MOTU Performer!

Competition | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991

Enter this fabulous competition and you could be the proud owner of a C-lab Notator for the Atari ST or Mark of the Unicorn Performer sequencer for the Mac — the choice is yours!

 

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