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Review | Micro Music, Apr/May 1989
Phil Brammer & Co test drive Master Tracks Pro for the ST
Review | Micro Music, Feb 1990
Paul Overaa gives the once over to this new Amiga sequencer.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
Mac Sequencing Software
One of the Mac sequencing front-runners, Master Tracks Pro, has benefited from ongoing upgrades and is now into its fifth life. Mike Collins gets to know a Pro.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1987
A MIDI Control Program for the Macintosh
Passport were one of the first US companies to offer music software for any computer. Richard Elen wades through the extensive features offered by their first music software release for the Apple Macintosh - a MIDI control program called Master Tracks Pro.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1992
Sequencer For Windows
Passport's proven Master Tracks Pro sequencer now runs under Windows on the PC. Brian Heywood puts the latest version through its paces.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1991
Passports Master Tracks Pro has a longer track record than most sequencers. Mike Collins looks at the latest version for the Mac.
Review | Music Technology, Sep 1990
Already a well-established Macintosh sequencer, Mastertracks Pro has now been ported across to the IBM PC and clones. Ian Waugh gets acquainted with a Pro.
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1990
Software for Apple Macintosh
Passport's Mastertracks has been one of the leading Macintosh sequencing programs for several years. Mike Collins boots up the latest version to check on its progress.
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Feature | Music Technology, Jul 1987
Software for the Apple Macintosh
Few software houses have been in the music business as long as Passport, yet only now have they designed a package for the sophisticated Apple Macintosh. Jim Burgess checks it out.