|Music Technology - February 1994|
This month's glimpse over the horizon
Two guys with a home studio and some racks of realty nice gear. Plus two albums of unique electronic music. Simon Trask meets them
The PowerPC should bring whole new meaning to the phrase 'power without the price' But is it still a price worth paying? Ian Waugh has the answer...
This month: Farfisa to Fuller.
Legal raves demand state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, and Fantazia are the experts. Dave Arcari reports from the dance floor
After being locked and deserted for years, the light is switched on again in Dolby's laboratory. Phil Ward knocks and enters...
for the PC
Roland's first foray into the PC direct-to-disk recording field and it looks pretty impressive.
A new keyboard for those that like their synths off the rack.
Multimedia Music System for PC & Macintosh
Do Korg's new Mac and PC add-ons represent a sound investment?
OCR music software for the PC
Imagine what it would be like to scan a piece of sheet music and have it turned into a MIDI file. Imagine the MIDIScan.
The filters that launched a thousand analogue synth lines.
interface for the Macintosh
This new interface could be just the ticket for Mac users.
sequencing librarian, MIDI mixing and live control software for the PC
One package, five software programs - for the PC.
Miroslav Vitous Symphonic Orchestra sample CD-ROMs, Prima Publishing Quick Time: Making Movies With Your Macintosh by Robert Hone
To be or not to be - Phil Ward will tell you...
You have a right to remain silent, but anything you say may be taken down and used in MT
People that matter answering questions that don't. This month: Richard Barbieri
If we can't solve your problem then... er, perhaps someone else can - sorry, this isn't a very good sell-line... sorry
Phil 'Spin-A-Disc' Ward's special selection. This month: Emergency Broadcast Network, Babble, D:ream and more