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Action Replay

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1984
Sound Sampler for Sinclair Spectrum

If you've got access to a Spectrum, sound sampling can be yours for under £200. Mike Drane reports on a revolutionary British development.

Advanced Gravis Ultrasound

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1993
Multimedia PC Sound Card

Affordable digital recording on the PC

Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1993
Microsoft MSS PC Sound Card & Voyetra AudioView Digital Audio Editor


Review | Music UK, Apr 1983
Alpha Syntauri Report

Dave Crombie tries the alphaSyntauri synthesiser


Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1981
A computer-based digital music synthesiser

Bluepoint Corporation Sound FX Classic 3000

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1994
sound card for the PC

An MT exclusive on a card set to make waves in PC music.

Cellular reproduction

Review | The Mix, Aug 1994
Digidesign SampleCell II

Mac-driven sampling re-defined

Decillionix DX-1

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1983
Digital Sound Effects System

An exciting sound-sampling effects generator

Digidesign Audiomedia LC

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1993
Digital Audio Board For The Mac LC

Digidesign Samplecell

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991

Samplecell is a top-quality RAM sample playback card for the Macintosh II, and the latest addition to Digidesign's impressive range of digital audio hardware and software. Paul D. Lehrman enthuses.

Gravis Ultrasound Studio 8

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1993
Sound Card for the PC

16-bit wavetable synthesis? 32-note polyphony? GM file support? Sounds like a job for Ian Waugh, and sounds like the product for any PC owner entering the wonderful world of digital sound.

Master Blaster

Review | The Mix, Jul 1994

PC sound card with stacks of software

Music Sales unveil new Commodore Software

Review | In Tune, Jul/Aug 1985
Commodore Sound Studio

Roland ATW-10 Audio Producer

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1994
for the PC

Roland's first foray into the PC direct-to-disk recording field and it looks pretty impressive.

Roland CM Modules

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
ROLAND CM32L, CM32P, CM64 & LAPC1 Sound Modules

Roland's CM32L, CM32P, CM64 and LAPC1 modules are a selection of their more familiar expanders re-configured and re-packaged with the computer synthesist in mind. Modulating with Ian Waugh.

System Solutions' Cartmaster

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1992

The Computer Connection

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
Roland’s Computer Music range

Martin Russ looks at the evolution of Roland's approach to computers in music, culminating in their latest CM products.

The Hungarian Revolution

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1985
Muzik Processor

The Muzix 81 Processor is likely to change your mind about the potential of micro's sound sampling abilities. We preview this product from a Hungarian company who intend to breach the walls of the UK music industry.

The New Generation

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Commodore Music System

If you're a computer manufacturer and you've got excess stocks to sell, you switch the emphasis to music. That's what Commodore have done, as Chris Jenkins reports.

The Shape Shifter

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1991
Digidesign MacProteus And InVision ProtoLogic

Kendall Wrightson looks at two new Proteus-related products — the ProtoLogic Sound Memory Expansion Unit from InVision, and Digidesign's MacProteus NuBus card for the Apple Macintosh II.

Turtle Power

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
Turtle Beach Multisound PC Sound Card

Dedicated PC users will welcome the introduction of this new, high-quality sound card to further enhance PC music-making possibilities. Brian Heywood investigates.

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Feature | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1983
Enter the Compu-Music Age!



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