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DX-MAX Expansion Board

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1987

If you're afraid the MkII DX7s are going to turn your prized machine into an antique curiosity, the DX-MAX could put your mind at rest. Chris Many checks out a mod for old DXs that offers many of the features of Yamaha's new babies.

Dr T Copyist

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1987
Software for IBM PC and Atari ST

Music transcription comes to Atari ST and IBM PC computers with this new program. Chris Many finds out if it does a better job than the human hand.

Hybrid Arts MIDITrack ST

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1987

In the maze of MIDI software now available for the Atari ST, this sequencer stands out for offering two entirely different recording systems.

JL Cooper MidiMation

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1987

This hardware/software system attempts to bring the sophistication of automated mixing to your existing recording setup. Chris Many put his feet up and lets the machines do the work.

Picture Scoring

Feature | Topic: Composing for Business, Video / Film / Picture | Music Technology, Jan 1988

Ever tried to put music to pictures? Then the odds are you've discovered just how difficult it actually is. Chris Many explains "hit points" and "cues" and shares some of the secrets of the professionals.

Digidesign's Q-Sheet

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1988
Software for the Apple Macintosh

Following the procession of MIDI sequence packages that have appeared for the Atari ST comes a program designed specifically for the musician fitting music to videotape or film. Chris Many gets that syncing feeling.

Grey Matter Response E! Board

Review | Music Technology, May 1988
For the DX7II

Grey Matter Response's E! expansion for the DX7 virtually gave it the power of the DX7II; E! for the DX7II represents another quantum leap in DX capability. Chris Many checks it out.


Review | Music Technology, Jun 1988
Programmable Automation Computer

A powerful and expensive automated MIDI mixing system attracts the attention of Chris Many. But how much should you have to pay for automation, and what should it do for you?

Time Exposure

Feature | Topic: MIDI, Syncronisation | Music Technology, Jun 1989

Quietly but surely, synchronisation codes have become an essential part of MIDI recording, but what's all this SMPTE and FSK stuff really about? Chris Many looks at the different sync codes and why we need them.

Yamaha RX8

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Digital Rhythm Programmer

Two years on from their impressive, RX5 drum machine, Yamaha have slimmed down their flagship to give us an affordable 16-bit beat box. Chris Many reckons it could be a hit.



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