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Ensoniq ESQ/SQ80 Voice Editors

Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1988

More and more synth owners are turning to computer based voice editing software to take the drudgery out of programming their own sounds. We asked Matthew Newman of the Ensoniq Users Club to compare three ESQ/SQ80 editors from Soundbits, Dr T and Steinberg.

FM 4-Operator Editors

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1988

Two software packages that offer a generic approach to sound creation on Yamaha's four-operator FM synths. Ian Waugh boots up Dr T's 4-Op Deluxe and the Soundbits 4X4.

Kawai K1 Editors

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1988
Steinberg & Soundbits

Tony Wride investigates the Steinberg and Soundbits Atari-based voice editing programs for the Kawai K1 multitimbral synthesizer.

Kawai K1 Visual Editors

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1989
Software for the Atari ST

Coupled with its success, the digital parameter access-editing of Kawai's K1 synthesiser has made it an obvious target for software editors - like these from Dr Ts, Soundbits, Drumware and Steinberg. Vic Lennard looks on.

Soundbits Roland 3D Editor/Librarian

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1989
Software for the Atari ST

Good news for you Roland D10, D20 and D110 owners comes in the form of this Atari ST editing software. "I could do with a D", says Vic Leonard.

Soundbits Voice Master

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1987
Software for the Atari ST

If you own an Atari ST computer and either a Yamaha DX100, 21 or 27, then you should be interested in what David Hughes has to say about this low-cost librarian/editor software from Syndromic Music.

 

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