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AMIGA SEQUENCER ONE

Gajits Amiga Sequencer One

Gajits' popular Atari ST Sequencer One has now arrived on the Commodore Amiga. Paul Overaa takes a look.

C-LAB: Colour monitors; Deskjet printers; Akai S900/950 and the RS232; Undo with punch; Triplets in creator; Notator's fonts; STEINBERG: Cubase and desk accessories; Global logic edit; MIDI patch change; The viruses fight back

C-Lab: Colour monitors; Deskjet printers; Akai S900/950 and the RS232; Undo with punch; Triplets in creator; Notator's fonts. Steinberg: Cubase and desk accessories; Global logic edit; MIDI patch change; The viruses fight back.

DESERT ISLAND WAVES

Ensoniq SD1 Music Production Synthesizer

The SD1 is the new flagship of Ensoniq's synthesizer workstation range. Paul Ireson feels the quality.

TASCAM M2524

Tascam M2524 MIDI Mixer

This new 24-input desk has an in-line tape monitor selection doubling as additional line inputs and the benefit of MIDI muting. Dave Lockwood sounds it out.

YAMAHA RY30 RHYTHM PROGRAMMER

Yamaha RY30 Rhythm Programmer

Martin Russ RYdes with the rhythm as he explores Yamaha's latest percussive product.

ZETA MIRROR 6

Zeta Mirror 6 MIDI Guitar Controller

Dave Lockwood gets down to some serious MIDI guitar histronics...

People + Opinion

BEAT DIS

Bomb The Bass

Into the future with RSS, and looking back to programming 'Say A Little Prayer', Bomb The Bass Talk technical to MIke Collins.

RAIN TREE CROW The Ghost of Japan?

Rain Tree Crow: The Ghost Of Japan?

The members of Japan have come together once more, as Rain Tree Crow, after a 9-year hiatus. Nigel Humberstone talks to David Sylvian, Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri about the biggest reunification since Germany.

SOUNDING OFF: Confessions of a home recordist by Stephen Bennett

Confessions of a home recordist by Stephen Bennett.

Technique

CHOOSING A COMPUTER FOR MUSIC

Choosing A Computer For Music: Atari ST & Commodore Amiga: Part 2

Concluding our look at the relative merits of the big four music computers, Martin Russ puts the case for the Atari ST and its variants, and Paul Overaa explains why his heart belongs to the Commodore Amiga. Part 2.

DAVE STEWART'S MUSIC SEMINAR PART 12

Dave Stewart's Music Seminar: Part 12: In praise of Learning

Part 12: In praise of Learning.

DRUM FUN

Sampling Drums

Even the biggest sample library never seems to have quite enough drum sounds. The solution? Roll your own. Craig Anderton passes on some hot hints and tips on how to get the best possible drum sounds out of your sampler.

MAKING A VIDEO DEMO

Making A Video Demo: On a shoestring budget

Having a problem getting your music listened to by film production companies? Paul D. Lehrman tells the tale of how he put together a showreel of his music without costing the earth.

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