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Akai MIDI Effects

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1986

Digital Delay, Dynamic Control and Arpeggiation emerge from the MIDI jungle. Paul Gilby observes this rare species.

Anatek Pocket FX

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1989
Pocket Filter, Pedal & Merge

What's the size of a fag pocket, comes in enough varieties to ease almost any studio problem and isn't covered by British drug laws? Vic Lennard investigates a new line in MIDI effects.

Aphex Feel Factory

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989

American company Aphex bring us a new concept in the "humanisation" of machine-generated music, in the form of their Feel Factory. Robert Rich finds himself in the world of grooves and Feel Algorithms.

Connections

Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Darrin Williamson takes a look at the Phillip Rees range of hardware designed to help the flow of your MIDI data

MIDI Management Boxes

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1989

Even a relatively modest MIDI setup can create MIDI routing problems, and solutions to these aren’t always easy to find. Paul Ireson investigates the range of Philip Rees MIDI management boxes to see what they can offer.

MIDI Merge Boxes

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1989
Philip Rees 2M & Groove Electronics MIIM MIDI Mergers

When the usual MIDI In, Out and Thru that appear on most of your MIDI gear are unable to manage your MIDI data, outside help is in order. Vic Lennard has the urge to merge with Philip Rees' 2M and Groove Electronics' MIIM.

Nobody's Perf/X

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1989
Oberheim Cyclone and Systemizer Performance Effects

Oberheim's two Performance Effects units are something of a new direction for a company associated with classic analogue synths. Paul Ireson tries them out and finds a few surprises in store - not all of them pleasant.

Oberheim Drummer

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1991
Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer

If your drum patterns sound uninspired it could be because you lack the subtle touch of the human drummer. Simon Trask looks at an electronic aid to drum programming.

Oberheim Drummer & Strummer

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1991
MIDI Processors

An interactive drum sequencer and a keyboard to guitar chord convertor are the first new products to emerge from revitalised synth pioneers Oberheim Electronics. Kendall Wrightson gets on the case.

Oberheim Strummer

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1991
Keyboard to Guitar Chord Converter

Latest in Oberheim's Perf/X series is a unit designed to bridge the gap between keyboard and guitar. Simon Trask perfects his Jimi Hendrix impression.

Oberheim Systemizer MIDI Performance Effect

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1989

If your master keyboard is not living up to its name, Oberheim's Systemizer may provide it with the MIDI performance features you need. Simon Trask gets into the system.

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Competition | Music Technology, May 1991

Other musicians' playing technique is the one element that often eludes the modern keyboard player - one solution lies in this month's competition prizes: Oberheim's new Strummer and Drummer.

 

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