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Micro Music - October/November 1989

Welcome
Editorial

News
News

Exclusive news from UK Electronica, plus all the latest in the world of MIDI music

EMT-1
Review

Jez Ford takes a look the EMT-10 sister unit, the EMT-1

Clash of the Titans
Review

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

Protocol - Part 2
Feature

System Messages

Paul Overra continues his series on the intricacies of MIDI system exclusive

Rhythm Section
Feature

Bill Collins gives us the latest news from the hi-tech percussion world

Sampled Delights
Feature

Nicholas Rowland checks out some amazing sound sources for your sampler

Advanced Recording Concepts
Feature

Darrin Williamson investigates the new approach of a MIDI dealer in Hampshire

Rock Me Armadeus
Review

Ann Owen tests the Armadeus sampling software from music newcomers - Clares

TX81Z-ED
Review

Ian Waugh looks at the new PC-based synth editor from Poke Systems

Take Me Higher
Feature

Ann Owen samples the potential of the A3000, courtesy of High-Note

Connections
Review

Darrin Williamson takes a look at the Phillip Rees range of hardware designed to help the flow of your MIDI data

Pandora's Box
Review

Phil Brammer unleashes the full potential of his M-1 and his DX with two great patch editors

Chain Reaction
Review

John Renwick gets his axe out and processes it with the aid of this rack-mount unit from Digitech

Turbo Charged
Review

John Renwick takes an internal sound chip synth program for the Atari ST for a test drive

That Syncing Feeling - Part 3
Feature

Chris Smith enlightens us on the subject of locking music to video

MTR series III
Review

John Renwick gives in to the temptation of the MTR Series III mixer

Aries PC
Review

Brian Heywood puts the new Aries PC through its paces

A Guy Called Gerald
Interview

A Guy Called Gerald

Vie Marshall asks who is A Guy Called Gerald?

Out Of Pocket
Review

John Renwick has a pocketful with the pocket MIDI range from Anatek

Call the Analyst
Review

At last the MA-36 MIDI Data Analyser is here to diagnose all your MIDI illnesses

Micro Music - Copyright: Argus Specialist Publications

 

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