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Gear

Altima One

Review | Micro Music, Jan 1990

Brian Heywood benchtests the latest laptop PC from Sound N Compute

Amiga Preview

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1986

Chris Jenkins and Simon Trask examine the musical implications of Commodore’s 16-bit monster computer. Will it be simply a haven for the gamesters and the accountants, or will it find a place on the shelves of music shops?

Amstrad CPC464 Home Computer

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1984

By a happy accident, Amstrad's first-ever home computer could become the MIDI micro of the future. David Ellis tells us why.

Aries PC

Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Brian Heywood puts the new Aries PC through its paces

Atari 520ST

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1985
16-bit Home Computer

Not just another home computer; more like the future of the entire domestic micro industry, not to mention the MIDI software one. Simon Trask has the details.

Atari 520ST MIDI Computer

Review | International Musician, Nov 1985
Computercheck

"Wow! Space Invaders!" says Jeremy Vine. Naff off, I'm a fully musical MIDI-capable micro, says the 520ST.

Atari ST Front End

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1986

Simon Trask takes a look into the land of windows, icons, pull-down menus and trash cans, and reports that behind the jargon lies the computer world’s most accessible graphics system.

Atari STacey

Preview | Music Technology, Dec 1989

While computer sequencing has the power, hardware sequencing had the reliability... Jeff Rona gets a sneak preview of a laptop computer that has the best of both worlds.

C-1 and you've seen 'em all

Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

John Renwick puts Yamaha's super-computer through it's paces

CX-5

Retrospective (Gear) | Micro Music, Feb 1990

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

Fireball CX5M

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984

The CX5M music computer could change the face of the home micro-music market. We examine the first dedicated music computer to reach the UK

Oric Sound

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1983

Big sound from a compact micro

Oric-1

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1983

Stacy

Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990

Paul Overaa sees what the new Atari laptop, The Stacy, has to offer

T1-99/4 Music Maker

Review | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1982

Micro Peripheral

The Musician's Micro - Part 1

Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989
Yamaha C1 Music Computer

In the first of this two-part review, Ian Gilby discusses the hardware aspects of Yamaha's new portable PC compatible music computer.

The Next Generation

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1992
Atari Falcon030 Computer

Yamaha C1 Music Computer

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1988

Yamaha's new computer is a PC compatible equipped with eight MIDI Outs, two MIDI Ins and SMPTE time-sync ports. Harvey Newquist powers up the successor to the ill-fated CX5M.

Yamaha CX5 computer

Review | One Two Testing, Oct 1984

plugged in and turned on

Yamaha CX5 Computer

Review | One Two Testing, May 1984

Preview of a micro

Yamaha CX5M II-128 music computer

Review | Making Music, Aug 1986
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Acorn Electron

Feature | Topic: Computing | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

Musical possibilities?

Amiga - Theory And Practice

Feature | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1986

David Ellis buys a Commodore Amiga and looks at the latest software written for it. The music is good, the graphics are better - but what does the future hold?

Amiga Music!

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989

The Commodore Amiga range of computers have been conspicuous by their absence from this magazine's pages - but not any more! The Amiga has always been a great graphics machine, but it is equally talented when it comes to making music. In fact, its onboard sound chip is one of the best around. Phil South delivers a quick guide to making music on the Amiga.

Amiga Profile

Feature | Topic: Computing | Music Technology, Nov 1989
THE COMMODORE AMIGA

You hear so much about (and from) the Atari ST that it's tempting to believe it's the only computer used for making music. Michael Brooke takes a look at a powerful alternative - Commodore's Amiga.

 

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