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Programmable electronic keyboard. Features 16 preset sounds and 16 memories for users to store their own. Four sections: bass, accompaniment, poly A, poly B. Built-in drum machine has 16 preset rhythm patterns. User patterns can be programmed using 13 percussion voices. "Automagic" section offers four auto-accompaniment modes. Programmable sequencer stores user's melodies. £449

INFO: CS Management, (Contact Details)


Programmable digital multi-effects processor. Available treatments include stereo reverb, delay, chorus, flanging, phase-shifting and pitch-detuning, plus 11-band graphic EQ and five-band parametric EQ. Four treatments can be used simultaneously. 100 memories for program storage. MIDI connections. £449

INFO: Sound Technology, (Contact Details)


Portable four-track cassette recorder. Two microphone inputs, four line inputs, two auxiliary inputs. Six-source mixing using sub-mix section. Pan, auxiliary and gain controls for each mixing channel. High and low EQ controls. Switchable Dolby B noise reduction system. Thirty minutes' recording time available with C60 cassette. £299

INFO: Harman UK, (Contact Details)


32-track digital sequence recorder. Records musical data from any MIDI-equipped instrument. Stores 26,000 notes, divided into ten songs, each with 32 tracks. Songs can be chained together to play in any order. Comprehensive editing facilities. External 3½" disk drive for further data storage. £595

INFO: Kawai UK, (Contact Details)


Hi-tech loudspeaker system incorporating SR3 speaker unit and SRC3 system controller. SR3 features eight-inch driver with "Hard Dome" technology to give "true and clean" reproduction and injection-moulded polymer cabinet to resist water. SRC3 features equalisation controls and 150-watts power handling. £180

INFO: Celestion International, (Contact Details)

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