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C-LAB: Printers; STEINBERG: Multi-speed parts; CODA FINALE: Spacing; Maximizing Memory and Speed; DR T'S KCS: MPE; cotroller sequencers

C-Lab: Printers Steinberg: Multi-speed parts. Coda Finale: Spacing; Maximizing Memory and Speed. Dr. T's KCS: MPE; cotroller sequencers

Digital Quality, Analogue Feel

Roland S750 Sampler

Roland's acclaimed S770 sampler has been quietly growing in popularity, and the release of version 2.0 software and the floppy drive - only S750 should the Roland samplers become still more popular. Wilf Smarties explains why.

DIGITECH VHM5

Digitech VHM5 Intelligent Harmoniser

With four indepedent harmonies and its 'inteligent harmonising', Digitech's VHM5 pitch shifter promises much. Rowland Jones puts it to the test.

DR. T'S KCS AMIGA

Dr. T's KCS Amiga: Level II V3.5

Quality music software for the Commodore Amiga has been thin on the ground, but now there's at least one sequencer that can stand comparison to leading ST software. Paul Overaa checks out version 3.5 of Dr. T's KCS level II.

KORG 01/W FD

Workstation

For three years the korg M1 has been the leading keyboard workstation, and the product that more than any other has made the company's name as a leading force in hi-tech music. But how do you follow an act like that? David Mellor looks at the M1's successor, the 01/W FD.

OPCODE: Galaxy Plus Editors

Opcode Galaxy Plus Editors

Tell your Mac what it's hooked up to! Save the contents of all your MIDI devices with one mouse movement! Edit 47 different devices from the comfort of your armchair! Kendall Wrightson examines Opcode's new Mac system software and the latest in editor/librarians.

PASSPORT: Master Tracks Pro 4.5.3

Passport Master Tracks Pro 4.5.3

Passport's Master Tracks Pro has a longer track record than most sequencers. Mike Collins looks at the latest version for the Mac.

People + Opinion

ELECTRONIC: Feel Every Beat

Electronic: Feel Every Beat

Are Electronic, mutant offspring of New Order, The Smiths and the Pet Shop Boys, the first electro-supergroup? Does it matter? mark J. Prendergast ignores the hype, sidesteps trivial speculation, and talks technical to Bernard Summer.

SOUNDING OFF: David Pickering Pick; The Sound of Live Music

The Sound of Live Music: Paul Simon concert by David Pickering Pick.

William Orbit

Urban Guerilla

Paul Tingen meets William Orbit, re-mix maestro and the man behind Bass-O-Matic.

Technique

HOW TO BECOME AN ATARI ST POWER USER

How To Become An Atari ST Power User Part 3: Musical Environments

The final part of a short series in which Martin Russ expands, exploits and explores the Atari ST computer. Part 3.

THE MYTHS OF MIDI

MIDI has been with us for almost a decade, yet most users still labour under misconceptions about what it actually can and cannot do. Paul D. Lehrman explodes some of the more common myths about MIDI.

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