Review | Music Technology, Apr 1991
Magneto-optical Disk Recorder
Akai's DD1000 Magneto-optical recorder applies state-of-the-art technology to four-track dedicated digital editing. Vic Lennard sees the light at the end of the sample.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989
Although expensive, digital audio workstations are a pointer to the kind of features we can expect to see on the next generation of 'affordable' hi-tech instruments. Craig Anderton takes a look at one of the very latest workstations to appear, the AudioFrame.
Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1990
Digital Audio Recorder
David Mellor explores the higher echelons of audio technology and finds a machine which is destined to become a classic of its time: Soundstation II from Digital Audio Research.
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1987
16-bit Digital Recorder
An American 16-bit digital recording system designed to run with the Apple Mac Plus makes sampling direct-to-hard disk recording a powerful reality. Rick Davies gets his ear to the disk.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1992
Digital Audio Workstation
From the home of the M1 and the Wavestation comes SoundLink - an advanced digital recording and editing system. Simon Trask trips into the future.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1986
Digital recording direct to hard disk, from the company that built its reputation with the Wave synthesisers. Paul Wiffen examines the new direction.
Review | Music Technology, Feb 1990
Computer Controlled Recorder
One of the prime forces for the 90s is sure to be digital recording and editing - as found in TOPAZ. Simon Trask previews a powerful new system from Steinberg Digital Audio.
Review | Sound On Sound, May 1990
Digital Audio Production System
Today's high-end tools for the professional are tomorrows affordable tools for the musician in the street. David Mellor explores a Macintosh-based digital recording and editing system from a company best known for their analogue tape recorders.