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DIKI DEVICES MASS SCSI STORAGE DEVICES
Dikidevices Mass SCSI Storage Devices
Kendall Wrightson examines a new range of SCSI storage devices from Diki Devices, designed for use with the latest generation of high quality samplers and the new direct to disk and random access recorder/editors.
Dr. T's Tiger Cub
Combining some of the best features of Dr. T's KCS sequencer and Tiger editor, along with a handy auto-scoring utility, this 12-track 'entry level' program packs an awful lot of power for its low price. Game warden David Hughes tracks it
Rane MPE14 MIDI Programmable Equaliser
Dynamic MIDI control of EQ curves is only one of the creative benefits of this stereo 14-band equaliser, which offers tremendous tone-shaping power to those enlightened enough to explore its functions. Dave Lockwood sees the light and reports back.
THE RESURRECTION SHUFFLE
Yamaha SY22 Dynamic Vector Synthesizer
If you're one of those musicians who recall the Prophet VS synthesizer with misty-eyed affection, then you'll probably welcome Yamaha's descision to resurrect Vector Synthesis on this latest addition to their SY range. Paul Ireson checks out this blast from the past.
People + Opinion
Session player Julian Colbeck tells the tale of how he got the gig as support keyboard player for Rick Wakeman on the recent Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe world tour, and runs through the instrumentation he and Rick use on stage.
MICHAEL BROOK: Beyond The Infinite
Michael Brook: Beyond The Infinite
Inventor of the 'Infinite guitar', this Canadian born player's haunting multi-layered guitar parts have graced the works of such luminaries as Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, U2's and Daniel Lanois, though Michael Brook's own music has yet to receive the recognition it deserves. Mark J. Prendergast reports.
SOUNDING OFF: MIDI Files, is there a problem? by Paul Andreas Overaa
MIDI Files, is there a problem? by Paul Andreas Overaa.
MIDI DATA PORTABILITY
MIDI Data Portability
Thinking of changing drum machines, adding a new synth to you MIDI setup, or buying a new sequencer? Paul Andreas Overaa outlines some sensible tips to help you remove the need to edit your sequences every time you change your equipment.