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The Snap Shot Mix

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1987
Akai MIDI Mixer

Akai's forthcoming MPX-820 MIDI mixer may not compare with a top-class SSL desk but its fully programmable controls and onboard memories offer the budget-conscious user some of the benefits of a 'total recall' system. Paul D. Lehrman investigates.

The Celtic Macintosh - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Computing, Sequencing | Sound On Sound, Sep 1986
AN ALBUM PRODUCED ENTIRELY ON A PERSONAL COMPUTER

Part 1. American, Paul D. Lehrman, documents how he recently recorded an album of synthesized Irish music entirely on an Apple Macintosh computer using the Southworth Music Systems 'Total Music' software.

The Celtic Macintosh - Part 2

Feature | Sound On Sound, Oct 1986
AN ALBUM PRODUCED ENTIRELY ON A PERSONAL COMPUTER

Part 2. Paul D. Lehrman takes up where he left off last month in his detailed description of how he recorded and digitally mastered an entire album using an Apple personal computer, the Total Music multitrack software, and a bunch of MIDI synths. Read all about it!

Digidesign Sound Tools

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989

With a Macintosh computer and Digidesign's new CD-quality digital audio system, you can cut, splice, and create extended remixes to your heart's content. Paul D. Lehrman discovers what it is like to go tapeless in the studio.

My Life With MIDI Time Code

Feature | Topic: MIDI, Syncronisation | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990

Just as MIDI itself has gone far beyond what its developers imagined, so MIDI Time Code has the potential to take MIDI technology into areas quite removed from the synthesis and sequencing worlds in which it has become so familiar. MTC user Paul D. Lehrman explains how.

Digidesign Deck

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1990

Who says multitrack hard disk recording has to cost the earth? Digidesign's Deck allows four tracks of digital audio to be played back and mixed on a Macintosh II, with full 16-bit/44.1khz digital fidelity. Paul D. Lehrman investigates.

Studio Vision

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1991
The Freedom Factor

Opcode's ground-breaking sequencer, Studio Vision, lets you manipulate audio data as easily as MIDI events. All you need is a hard disk recording system like Digidesign's Sound Tools, a fast Macintosh computer with plenty of storage capacity, and some creative ideas. Paul D. Lehrman reports.

Digidesign Samplecell

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991

Samplecell is a top-quality RAM sample playback card for the Macintosh II, and the latest addition to Digidesign's impressive range of digital audio hardware and software. Paul D. Lehrman enthuses.

Making A Video Demo

Feature | Topic: Composing for Business, Video / Film / Picture | Sound On Sound, Jun 1991
...On A Shoestring Budget

Having a problem getting your music listened to by film production companies? Paul D. Lehrman tells the tale of how he put together a showreel of his music without it costing him the earth.

Roland SC55 Sound Canvas

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1991

The Roland Sound Canvas is far more than a successor to the MT32— it's the first of a whole new generation of MIDI instruments, conforming to the General MIDI standard. Special Agent Paul D. Lehrman investigates.

The Myths Of MIDI

Feature | Topic: MIDI | Sound On Sound, Oct 1991

MIDI has been with us for almost a decade, yet most users still labour under Misconceptions about what it actually can and cannot do. Paul D. Lehrman explodes some of the more common myths about MIDI.

 

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