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Absolute Precision

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1985

Sequencing interface for the BBC

BBC News

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1985
Organ Master/Island Logic

An add-on sound board, and a comprehensive disc-based music system for the Beeb micro.

BBC Synth

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

MuProc software

Beeb Boogie

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1985
Music Maker

With a package designed to get the most from the micro's own sound chip.

Beeb Breakthrough

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Feb 1985

Acorn's MUSIC 500 hardware/software package for the BBC micro could be the revolution micro musicians have been waiting for.

Hybrid Technology Music 5000

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1987
Computer Music System

Noel Williams compares Hybrid Technology's latest BBC music add-on to its predecessor, the Music 500. Is it the friendlier beast its designers claim it to be?

Rice Drum Software

Review | Music Technology, May 1987

Nothing to do with paddy-fields or Uncle Ben, but Ian Waugh reviewing two versions of a new drum program for the under-used BBC computer. Is it cost-effective?

The Barry Box

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1987

Not quite a name, not quite a musical instrument, but a useful tool for sampling and investigating sound with the help of a BBC B computer, a couple of controls, and some friendly advice from Uncle Ian Waugh.


Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1985
A Soft Touch

Jay Chapman discovers why this 16 track MIDI sequencer package for the BBC B micro, described as the musical equivalent of the humble word processor, is receiving so much acclaim from studio users.

UMI-4M MIDI Composition System

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1988

Are 8 bits still viable? Martin Russ temporarily abandons his Atari ST for a look at the latest version of this music sequencer package for the BBC micro.



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