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News | Music Technology, Dec 1992

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News | Music Technology, Sep 1992

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News | Music Technology, Jun 1993

Alesis Data Filer

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990

The latest MIDI data recorder to appear is the Alesis Datafiler SysEx recorder, which allows you to record system exclusive info direct to disk. Filing with Vic Lennard.

SONUS Sequencer & Data Editors

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1987
Software for the Commodore 64

In an exclusive review, Rick Davies tests three Commodore-based packages from an American company whose programs are new to the UK. Do they stand up against stiff competition?


Group: Computer Musician

Editorial | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1984

More MIDI meanderings...

Thanks For The Memory

Feature | Topic: MIDI | Music Technology, Jul 1991

Programmability has changed the way we make music; but should the music now make changes to programmability? Vic Lennard recalls happy memories.

MIDI By Example - Part 2

Feature Series | Topic: MIDI | Music Technology, Oct 1992

Making the switch


Review | Micro Music, Dec 1989

Paul Overaa discovers a handy if costly way of manipulating MIDI data in real time courtesy of J.L.Cooper

Elka CR99 MIDI Disk Recorder

Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1989

Paul Ireson takes a look at a new kind of direct-to-disk recorder, which stores MIDI rather than audio data. Could it be the ideal live sequencer, he wonders?

Elka CR99

Review | Music Technology, May 1989
MIDI Disk Recorder

Meanwhile, Elka have called their CR99 a MIDI Disk Recorder rather than a MIDI sequencer. Vic Lennard goes on record with a MIDI sequencer with a few surprises up its sleeve.


Feature | Topic: Computing, Electronics / Build | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983

Computer control for MIDI-equipped instruments

Yamaha MEP4 Processor

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986

Simon Trask somehow finds time to examine the most sophisticated MIDI event processor of the lot. Are its facilities usable?

Technically Speaking

Feature | Topic: Computing, MIDI | Making Music, Nov 1986

A program to convert aftertouch data from a KX5 into controller data for a DX21, Crikey!

Getting The Most From Mono Mode - Part 1

Feature Series | Topic: MIDI | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986
Part 1: The Casio CZ Series

Baffled by MIDI Mode 4 on the Casio CZ synths? Paul Wiffen plots a path through one of modern technology's minefields, and explains how to get the best from it.

MIDI - An Introduction

Feature | Topic: MIDI | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1985

As MIDI begins to make inroads into the studio, Simon Trask examines its fundamental applications.

JL Cooper Fadermaster

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1989
MIDI Control Device

Tired of digital parameter access synth editing, unimpressed by software editors? Vic Lennard looks at a system that allows you to use real sliders to edit your synths.



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