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Micro Music - August/September 1989

Welcome
Editorial

News
News

What's new in the world of the Micro Musician

NAMM Report
Show Report

Intrepid reporter Paul Wiffen jets over to Chicago for an exclusive peek at the latest goodies from the States

Instant Music
Review

Ann Owen just adds water and stirs with this jamming package for the Commodore 64 and Amiga

CKX-100
Review

Colin Cat takes a look at Amstrad's first and possibly last home keyboard

That Syncing Feeling - Part 2
Feature

Chris Smith continues his series on synchronisation

School's Out
Review

Phil Brammer takes the Educational version of Steinberg's Pro-24 to the top of the class

Dr Tiricc
Review

Not the silliest piece of MIDI software in the world but...

Amstrad Studio 100
Review

Eamonn Percival assesses the atributes of Amstrad's multi-track recorder

Run DMCS
Review

Clive Grace writes a few notes on this sequencer for the Amiga and the Mac

EMT-10
Review

Jez Ford raps his bits round this excellent budget price sound expander from Yamaha

C-1 and you've seen 'em all
Review

John Renwick puts Yamaha's super-computer through it's paces

The Rhythm Section
Feature

Beatman Bill and the latest percussive pieces of news

K-1r
Review

Jez Ford makes waves with Kawai's value for money synth expander

Harness the Waves
Review

Colin Cat takes the K-1r to greater heights with Drumware's Editor/Librarian package

Protocol - Part 1
Feature

Everything you ever wanted to know about the MIDI standard but were afraid to ask - Paul Overaa explains all

Rock 'n' Roll and D-5
Review

Could this be the ideal keyboard for computer musicians? John Renwick finds out

The Trackman Cometh
Review

Dave Reed finds happiness in the Channel Islands thanks to the Trackman sequencer for the ST

Mr Bass Man
Interview

Simon Harris

Vie Marshall talks to record producer Simon Harris, but will he show her his Yo-Yo?

Through the Software Jungle
Feature

Nicholas Rowland guides us through the tricky process of choosing the best sequencer for our money

Mav-less
Review

A MIDI Patchbay could be just what you need to make your system work efficiently. Darrin Williamson checks out one such unit from Kawai

Micro Music - Copyright: Argus Specialist Publications

 

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