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Micro Music - February 1990

Welcome
Editorial

News
News

All the latest news and information from the world of micro music

Master Tracks Pro
Review

Paul Overaa gives the once over to this new Amiga sequencer.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Competition
Competition

Here's your second chance to win yourself a Casio VZ-1 and a day at ARC'S recording studio, so take a look

Composers Pen
Review

Paul Freeman gets composing with this notation package for the Amstrad

Music Publisher
Review

Eddy Roberts takes a look at this notation package

Deluxe Recorder
Review

Ann Owen gets to grips with this budget sequencer for the Mac

FZ Update
Review

Paul Wiffen reviews the new Casio FZ Sampler

CX-5
Retrospective (Gear)

We take a look at a lost pioneer the CX-5

Armadillo
Review

Baz Watts looks into the Armadillo sampler for the Arc

Kawai K1-II
Review

Eddy Roberts takes us through the K1-II synthesizer from Kawai

Infected
Feature

Paul Overaa catches something nasty and takes a look at computer viruses on the Amiga

Take a Note - Part 1
Feature

Dave Reed takes us back to school and gives us the first part of his notation tuition series

Cutting Crew
Feature

Cutting Crew

We go behind the scenes to see how the Cutting Crew pull together their live performances

Guitaristics
Review

Phil Brammer strums his way through this educational guitar program

Karma Chameleon
Review

John Renwick leads us through the changing colours of this universal patch librarian - Chameleon

Rhythm Box
Review

Ian Waugh discovers how well this program can create respectable sounds on the Archimedes

Canadamiga
Feature

Julian Woodford takes us across the sea to bring us a report on the state of MIDI in Canada

That Syncing Feeling - Part 4
Feature

Chris Smith continues his series on synchronisation

Yen Live!
Interview

Yen

Steve Cogan takes time out to talk to the members of Yen

Micro Music - Copyright: Argus Specialist Publications

 

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