Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
ALESIS DATADISK MIDI Data Recorder
The latest MIDI data recorder to appear is the Alesis Datafiler SysEx recorder, which allows you to record system exclusive info direct to disk. Filing with Vic Lennard.
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
MIDI Disk Recorder
Meanwhile, Elka have called their CR99 a MIDI Disk Recorder rather than a MIDI sequencer. Vic Lennard goes on record with a MIDI sequencer with a few surprises up its sleeve.
Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990
MIDI Disk Recorder
Paul Overaa looks at a unit about to make a big impact on the MIDI scene - The Elka Orla
Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1989
Paul Ireson takes a look at a new kind of direct-to-disk recorder, which stores MIDI rather than audio data. Could it be the ideal live sequencer, he wonders?
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1991
Korg M1 Enhancement
Much talked about in the US but still unavailable in the UK, Cannon's Frontal Lobe promises a new lease of life for your Korg M1. Gordon Reid asks "does it deliver?"
Review | Sound On Sound, May 1987
Disk Recorder / Sequencer
Mark Jenkins gets to grips with this unassuming dual channel MIDI sequencer from the States and unearths some interesting facts...
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1990
MIDI Data Recorder
Latest in the emerging trend of MIDI data recorders is MIDItemp's MIDI Player - a composite 64-track sequencer, MIDI processor and patching matrix. Vic Lennard takes on a temp.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1992
Yamaha's new MIDI datafiler currently enjoys the honour of being the cheapest of its kind on the market. Ian Waugh gets on with the filing.
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1987
After April's In Brief review, Rick Davies sends us a user report on the latest FM synth module, and throws in a review of the MDF1 MIDI data filer for good measure.
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Competition | Sound On Sound, Jun 1990
Feature | Topic: MIDI | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990
(But Were Too Afraid To Ask!)
PART 11: Martin Russ explains how he overcame some puzzling MIDI problems on a Kawai R50 drum machine, and takes a SysEx eyes' view of the Alesis DataDisk.