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Band Aid

Review | Recording Musician, Feb 1993
Band-In-A-Box Auto-Accompaniment Software

You've never had it so easy — Band-in-a-Box adds intelligence to auto-accompaniment, as Mike Simmons finds out in his look at the latest version of this popular software package.

Band-In-A-Box V4.1

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1991
Auto-Accompaniment — With Style

Martin Russ gets inside version 4.1 of Band-In-A-Box — now with user styles!

Big Band & Studio 24

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989

Martin Russ orchestrates his way through two fascinating ST programs from French software house, Digigram.

Boxing Clever

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1990
Band-In-A-Box Software

Is it really possible to get more music out of a program than you put in? David Hughes looks at software that takes auto-accompaniment and makes it work for the musician.

Digigram Studio 24 & Big Band

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1988
Software for the Atari ST

Another sequencing package for the Atari ST, but this one has a companion that will help compose and arrange your music. Ian Waugh strikes up the band.

Feeling Free

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
Frohlich Freestyle Accompanist Software

Martin Russ gets to grips with Freestyle, an auto-accompaniment program with a winning combination of flexibility and customisation options.

JCD Feeling Partner

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1992
Atari ST Software

One emerging trend in software sequencing is that of endowing your computer with musical "intelligence". Ian Waugh contends that machines can have feelings too.

PG Music Band-In-A-Box

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1991
Apple Mac/IBM PC/Atari ST Software

As technology tears down barriers, people rebuild them. Ian Waugh investigates a composition program that delivers all the traditional elements of music at the touch of a button.

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Competition | Sound On Sound, Nov 1991

Win a Frochlich Freestyle and Band-In-A-Box Pro software.

 

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