1990 will soon be upon us and with it some new and exciting features in the pipeline. The first of these involves you. Do you have any hints and tips that you feel other readers could benefit from? Are there any shortcuts in the software you own that not many people know about! Are there any pitfalls you have suffered that took a while to sort out, then, share it with us. Alternatively, if you have a problem that you feel we or other readers may be able to help with, send them all in to us for our new Micro Music Club section.
The best tip each month will receive £25 so get them in to me as soon as possible.
This month sees the first of our stonking competitions in which you can win Casio's mega synth - the VZ-1 and a day to record one of your demo songs professionally at Advanced Recording Concepts. You may remember we were enthusing over their premises back in October.
Good news too for some of you 8 bit owners. This month sees a review of a music package for Amstrad PCW owners plus there's a look at a sampling package for the ZX Spectrum. In the next couple of issues we will be looking at Yamaha's first venture into the computer market - the CX-5M and beginning a series on music programming on the Commodore 64/128 so we haven't forgotten you, honest!
In the mean time if you know of any packages that would be of interest to us on the 8 bit machines or even if you produce some yourself then let us know. We'll be only too pleased to feature them in the mag.
Anyway, must dash, got the next issue to put together before Santa arrives with my Synclavier. Have a great Christmas and see you next year, 12th of January to be precise!
Editorial by Darrin Williamson
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