|Micro Music - April/May 1989|
What's new in the world of the Micro Musician
Paul Wiffen goes stateside to find out what new products we can look forward to from the U.S of A
A novel little program for ST owners with a leaning towards pictures and music
The most comprehensive review of Europes biggest Music Fair
Good music only sounds as good as the loudspeakers it s coming through. Can the NAD 8225 budget-priced speakers deliver the quality computer musicians need?
Everything a PC owner needs to set up in sequencing or or just an entry level package that leaves you wanting more?
Darrin Williamson takes an advance peek at Micro Illusions Amiga MIDI package
Jez Ford gets his laughing gear round the budget Casio MIDI wind controller - The DH100
An exclusive look at a Compact Disc-based sound library for everyone with a sound sampler
Mark Warford reluctantly hangs up his Kramer for Casios new MIDI controller-and is pleasantly surprised
Music and the modem
David Janda discovers just what's of interest music wise on the Bulletin boards around the world
Once you've got your sequencer up and running you're gonna need some extra sound sources. Paul Wiffen guides us through the MIDI Expander jungle
Bill Collins' first of his regular looks at the special need of micro-based Rhymists
Phil Brammer & Co test drive Master Tracks Pro for the ST
Fresh from Germany - Mark Moore spoke to us about the European music scene and the kind of technology he uses
Richard Fowler passes on a few hints and tips tor Alesis HR16 owners
Ian Waugh examines a package for the PC that should please all who come into contact with musos from the "old school"
Clive Grace reviews KCS - One of the most transported sequencer packages around.
Ian Waugh takes a side by side look at Fingers and Tunesmith.
An exclusive preview of the sequencing package that sets out to show the market leaders a thing or two
Scorewriting packages are becoming more and more popular Clive Grace looks at Dr T's top of the range offering
Jez Ford grabs this expander from 360 Systems by the MIDI lead and puts it to the test
Yet more of Jez comment as he gets his vocal chords round Digigram/Farfisa's latest MIDI gadget