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Review | Music Technology, Nov 1987
Software for the Atari ST
Simultaneously making the transition from Mac to Atari ST and crossing the Atlantic, this software package gives sampling a new slant. Chris Jenkins boots it up.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1987
The program that can turn your sampler into a synthesiser has added an FM synthesis string to its bow, yet doesn't promise to be a DX replacement. Mac addict Chris Meyer takes a look.
Review | Music Technology, Sep 1988
CAD meets synthesis inside the Apple Mac. Robert Rich fires up a program that allows you to design your sounds on computer before transferring them to your sampler.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1988
The Return of the Modular Synthesizer
Digidesign continue to add to their innovative range of synthesis programs which use the flexibility of computers for sound creation and the hardware of MIDI samplers to replay the sounds. Paul Wiffen finds he loves the former but hates the latter.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1989
Digidesign Softsynth & Turbosynth
What can you do with a sampler when you're bored of sampling? Paul Ireson finds an answer to this question in the form of creative software from Digidesign that can turn your sampler into a powerful synthesizer.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
E&MM US Editor Rick Davies takes a trip to Palo Alto, California, to see an Apple Mac software package that uses additive synthesis to turn samplers into synthesisers.
Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989
John Renwick takes an internal sound chip synth program for the Atari ST for a test drive
Review | Phaze 1, Nov 1988
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Dumping Grounds - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: MIDI, Sampling | Music Technology, Apr 1987
The start of another series, in which Chris Meyer reveals just how useful the new MIDI Sample Dump Standard can be in everyday applications.