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Acorn 500

Review | One Two Testing, Apr 1985

better noises for the BBC

Acorn Music 500

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984
Synthesiser Hardware and Software for the BBC Micro

Acorn's first venture into music synthesis boasts some good-looking synthesis hardware and a music composition language - AMPLE - that grows with the user. David Ellis has the advance details.

Beeb Boogie

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1985
Music Maker

With a package designed to get the most from the micro's own sound chip.

Beeb Breakthrough

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Feb 1985

Acorn's MUSIC 500 hardware/software package for the BBC micro could be the revolution micro musicians have been waiting for.

Commodore FM Editor/Composer

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1987

Chris Jenkins again, with a new program that lets Commodore owners look inside the Yamaha-licensed FM sound chip. A DX7 for sixpence?

Feeding the 5000

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1987

Hybrid Technology's Music 500 synthesizer for the BBC B micro gains a '0' and a whole host of new features. Phil South states the facts and wonders why more musicians don't know about the power of this system.

FM Melody Maker

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1989

Turn your Atari ST into a complete software music system for well under a ton. Ian Waugh fires up a new all-in-one music program from an independent British company.

FM Melody Maker

Review | Micro Music, Dec 1989

John Renwick plays around with a revolutionary new cartridge synth expander system for the Atari ST from Hybrid Arts

FSOFT music maker program

Review | One Two Testing, Mar 1985

micro-music for the BBC

Hybrid Technology Music 5000

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1987
Computer Music System

Noel Williams compares Hybrid Technology's latest BBC music add-on to its predecessor, the Music 500. Is it the friendlier beast its designers claim it to be?

Instant Music

Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

Ann Owen just adds water and stirs with this jamming package for the Commodore 64 and Amiga

Music Maker

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984
Software Surplus

Writing new music software seems to be the most popular current preoccupation for the world's music and computer industries. We take a look at six of the latest packages to hit the UK.


Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990

Andrew Banner explores the possibilities of internal sound sequencing on the Atari ST

Replay Professional

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990

Martin Russ checks out this update to the popular ST Replay sampler.

Stop, Look and Listen

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1985
MUSIC 500 Programs

Two new programs for the MUSIC 500

The Work Ethic

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug 1985
Music Works software (Apple Macintosh)

Music software for the Macintosh

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Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Jan 1987

The section where MT readers submit their own synth sounds. Featured machines this month include the Korg Poly 800, Roland Alpha Juno 2 and Yamaha DX7.

The Art of Going Soft - Part 3

Feature Series | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1985

The Music 500 receives an AMPLE voicing and sequencing program to tempt junior programmers into getting their feet wet.



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