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AB Software Midistudio

Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Software for the Atari ST

If computer-based sequencing seems too complicated or too expensive for you, AB Software's Midistudio could change your life. Ian Waugh boots up a friendly and inexpensive sequencer for the Atari ST.

Alternative Instruments

Review | Sound On Sound, May 1989
MIDIGrid & MIDIDraw

Can't play an instrument but would love to create music? Your wish is granted! With the right software, the humble Atari ST computer can be turned into a very different MIDI instrument indeed. Martin Russ looks at two unusual graphical music programs with contrasting approaches: MIDIDraw and MIDIGrid.

Audio Visual Research Pro-Series 12

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1991
Atari ST Sampler

If you fancy turning the processing power of your Atari ST to the delicate art of sampling, AVR's Pro-Series 12 could be for you. Vic Lennard soft samples.

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.

Battle of the Algorithms

Review | Micro Music, Apr/May 1989

Ian Waugh takes a side by side look at Fingers and Tunesmith.

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.

Bit By Bit MIDIDrummer

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Software for the Atari ST

If you're currently using a software sequencer you'll almost certainly remember the days of drum machine programming as sublimely simple. Ian Waugh investigates a program that returns to basics.

Bit by Bit MIDIDrummer

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

If you're looking for a visual aid to drum pattern editing or a means of turning your Akai S900 sampler into a drum machine this Atari software could be the answer. Chris Jenkins investigates.

C-Lab Aura

Review | Music Technology, May 1991

Concluding C-Lab's educational series of programs for the Atari ST is the ear training program, Aura. Ian Waugh teaches the world to sing.

C-Lab Creator

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1987
Software for the Atari ST

The competition for an industry-standard sequencing program to accompany the industry-standard computer hots up, as Simon Trask finds out when he picks up the mouse on C-Lab's contender.

C-Lab Creator

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1987

Martin Russ loops the hours away with Version 1.2 of this new MIDI sequencing package for the Atari ST computer from Germany's C-Lab.

C-Lab Creator

Review | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989

One of the most popular professional sequencing packages for the ST gets the once over from John Renwick

C-Lab Creator And Notator

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1989
Software for the Atari ST

Following the success of C-Lab's Creator sequencing software for the Atari ST, the company have updated it and added a sophisticated scorewriting program. Simon Trask takes note.

C-Lab Creator/Notator 3.1

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1992
Atari ST Software

Another recently updated package is C-Lab's Atari sequencer/notator. Ian Waugh experiences the delights of an excursion on the version.

C-Lab Creator/Notator V3

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1991
Atari ST Software

One of software's greatest strengths is its ability to evolve. Ian Waugh looks at the refinements now available in one of the most popular sequencing/notation packages.

C-Lab Explorer 1000

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1989
Atari Editing Software

Digital and analogue technology meet face to face in this editing software for the Oberheim Matrix 1000. Vic Lennard explores the possibilities.

C-Lab Explorer 32

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1989
Atari ST Software

Not only will Explorer 32 edit sounds on Roland's MT32, MT100, E10, E20, D5, D10, D20, D110, D50 and D550, it will also store edits in C-Lab's Creator and Notator sequencers. Ian Waugh is Our Man in LA.

C-Lab Midia

Review | Music Technology, May 1991

Intended to help you find your way around MIDI, Midia forms part of C-Lab's educational ST software programme. Ian Waugh finds it indispensable as a MIDI monitor.

C-Lab Notator

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1988

By combining their 64-track 'Creator' MIDI sequencer with a set of powerful new features and a scorewriter, C-Lab have produced arguably the most sophisticated music notation package to date for the Atari ST. Ian Waugh supplies the notes...

C-Lab Notator Alpha Scorewriter

Review | Music Technology, May 1991

Slimmed down for the educational market, Notator Alpha offers comprehensive music scoring on the ST for just under a ton. Vic Lennard gets educated.

C-Lab Notator Logic

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1993
Software for the Apple Macintosh

A logical development for Notator users? Maybe, but as Ian Waugh discovers, someone still has to cross the T's and dot the I's on this latest software sequencer from C-Lab.

CDP MIDIGrid

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1989
Atari ST Software

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it possibly the most impressive piece of software around? Ian Waugh plugs into the Grid and emerges a wiser man.

Chameleon

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990
Universal Patch Librarian

Tired of rummaging through RAM cards and boxes of floppy disks in search of a particular synth patch? Greg Truckell checks out a far more convenient way to store and recall patches.

Clash of the Titans

Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Two multi-tasking packages, Virtuoso and Cubase, meet in the ring. Jim Spriggs plays referee

Closer To The Edit

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Mirage Visual Editor

Our resident Mirage expert Tony Hastings checks out this useful means of improving the sample manipulation facilities of the Mirage - in the form of a software package from Steinberg Research.

 

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