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Korg Professional Performance Series

Preview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
M1 Music Workstation, S1 MIDI Production Workstation

The workstation concept comes of age. Bob O'Donnell previews Korg's Professional Performance Series Music Workstation keyboard and Production Workstation.

Linn 9000

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
Digital Drum Machine and Keyboard Recorder

The people who introduced the world to the concept of digital drums have now applied their expertise to MIDI keyboard recording. Paul Wiffen gives his verdict.

Roland MV30 Studio M

Preview | Music Technology, Nov 1990

Unveiled at this year's BMF, Roland's MV30 combines a sequencer, multitimbral synthesiser and an automated mixer in a single unit. Simon Trask previews a new direction in synth technology.

Roland MV30 Studio M

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1991
Music Production System

Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it's a multitimbral synth module, it's a sequencer, it's an automated mixer... Simon Trask puzzles over Roland's Studio M.

Roland MV30 Studio-M

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991
The Studio In A Box?

A studio in a box? Martin Russ looks at Roland's latest entry in the ongoing competition to fit the most functionality in the smallest box...

The Beating Heart

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1985
Linn 9000

Linn's new 9000 combines drum machine and MIDI recorder-making it the heart of your set up.

The Power To Be Portable

Review | Sound On Sound, May 1991
Yamaha QY10

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's a battery powered, pocket sized, 8-track sequencer/32-note 8-part synth'n'drums module. Craig Anderton checks out Yamaha's mighty midget.

Walk the dinosaur

Review | The Mix, Sep 1994
Yamaha QY300

The Walkstation grows up

Yamaha QR10

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1993
music accompaniment player

Auto-accompaniments, yes - but it's a recordable sequencer too. And you can fiddle with it on the train...

Yamaha QY10

Review | Music Technology, May 1991
Music Sequencer

The phrase "size isn't everything" could have been written for this pocket-sized sequencer and synth expander. Simon Trask predicts big things.

Yamaha QY20 Portable Workstation

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1993

Something to play with in your pocket

 

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