Review | Music Technology, Mar 1991
As integration of musical and studio technology grows, the need for units like Anatek's new sync box grows. Synchronisation made easy with Vic Lennard.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1986
The big boys of the synchronising world have sat back and observed the appearance of budget systems from Fostex and SMPL over the past six months. Now Audio Kinetics dip their not in considerable toe in the water with the launch of their own low-cost chase synchroniser system, the Pacer. David Mellor checks it out.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, May 1987
SMPTE Events Controller
The increasing popularity of SMPTE has meant a corresponding growth in sync units. We take a look at this one from Bokse.
Review | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989
One of the most popular professional sequencing packages for the ST gets the once over from John Renwick
Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1989
Dave Lockwood reviews this aptly named add-on audio triggering unit for C-Lab's highly popular Creator/Notator sequencing system.
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1989
David Mellor reviews this SMPTE/EBU timecode unit dedicated to C-Lab's Creator and Notator sequencing and scorewriting software for the Atari.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1992
Atari ST SMPTE Synchroniser/MIDI Interface
Synchronisation made easy - for Creator/Notator users, at least. Tim Goodyer locks into C-Lab's integrated SMPTE synchroniser and MIDI expander for the Atari ST.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1983
Review | Music Technology, Sep 1990
MIDI Time Code Controller
With sequencing and tape recording becoming equally important to many musicians, any means of integrating the two is likely to be a welcome development. Vic Lennard looks at a unit that allows Fostex' R8 to be operated from within Steinberg's Cubase.
Review | Music Technology, Feb 1992
When The Stranglers had timecode trouble and the big studios couldn't help, the Time Code Refresher could - they liked it so much they bought one. Vic Lennard feels refreshed.
Review | Music Technology, Nov 1988
It's not the cheapest synchroniser money can buy, but it's sophisticated and flexible enough to become one of the most popular. Vic Leonard gets in sync.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1985
Prolonging the percussive theme, a look at three very interesting products from Korg: Their value-for-money digital Super Percussion and Super Drums rhythm machines, plus the KMS-30 MIDI Synchronizer.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989
David Mellor, reviewer of the original J.L Cooper PPS1 'Poor Person's SMPTE' unit, looks at the new rackmount PPS100 - the Professional Person's SMPTE unit.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1987
An American cost-effective alternative to SMPTE synchronisation; Rick Davies clocks an innocent-looking box designed with the budget studio in mind.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
And on a less spectacular scale, Korg introduce a synchroniser that won't break the bank, though it'll still crack a lot of problems, as Trish McGrath finds out.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1984
Yazoo for forty quid
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1989
You want to sync your sequencer to tape but the budget's tight and you don't know if FSK code's smart enough or SMPTE code's cheap enough - let Vic Lennard introduce a budget synchroniser that handles both.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1989
Do you want to synchronise your sequencer to your multitrack? Or record MIDI data directly onto tape? David Mellor looks at two compact and versatile units from Musicsoft that allow you to do both.
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1987
As the price of SMPTE synchronising devices continues to fall, more and more home studios will be availed of their sophistication. Simon Trask checks out the latest breakthrough to find out it's not only cheap but British.
Review | Sound On Sound, May 1987
Nomad's first product is a low cost SMPTE reader/generator that allows MIDI drum machines, synths and sequencers to sync to tape easily. David Mellor puts it to the test.
Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1987
J.L. Cooper PPS-1
Looking for an alternative means of syncing MIDI instruments to tape? David Mellor tries out a low-cost solution from J.L. Cooper Electronics - the PPS-1.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
If you've got a serious syncing problem, chances are the new Sync Box will be your best bet for a solution, as Paul White explains.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1985
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
10-Track Recording Package
Combine two 6-track cassette recorders, one synchroniser and a 12:6:2 mixer, and what have you got? A rather appealing multitrack demo studio from Sansui. David Lockwood reports.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1990
Key Expander/SMPTE Synchroniser
Integration is the name of the game with Steinberg's Midex - a single unit combining a software key expander and a SMPTE synchroniser for the Atari ST. Nigel Lord even likes the colour.