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    <i>Trancewaves Vol. 1</i> Wavestation Soundcard

    In contemporary music terms, the Korg Wavestation is verging on the antique, yet it still has the capacity to surprise and...

    Reviews Nov 1998
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    Red Sound Systems Micro Bpm Headphone Amp/bpm Counter

    If you saw our review of the Voyager 1 Beat Extractor in the Feb '98 issue, you'll already know what to expect from the Micro...

    Reviews Nov 1998
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    Roland JV-Series

    Synthesizer Sound Expansion Cards

    Paul White risks serious wear and tear to his patch-seletion finger by trying out the whole set of Roland JV-series Expansion Cards.

    Reviews Nov 1998
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    Kinman & Dimarzio Hum-Cancellers

    Guitar Pickups

    Computers may have revolutionised home recording, but for the recording guitarist who prefers the sound of single coil pickups, they have taken the age-old problem of radiated-field noise to a new level. Dave Lockwood checks out a new generation fo pickups promising a real solution without compromising the classic sound.

    Reviews Nov 1998
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    Digidesign ADAT Bridge I/O

    ADAT Interface For Pro Tools

    Digidesign's new interface allows Pro Tools users to transfer data to and from ADAT-compatible devices. Mike Collins finds out if it's a Bridge too far...

    Reviews Oct 1998
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    LA Audio SPX2

    Source Switcher

    Paul White switches on to a box which provides a dash of extra source for the smaller mixing desk.

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Canford Quick Check Test Disc

    One of the most useful things any audio engineer can carry around is a test disc to check the alignment of equipment, and to...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    32MIDIWORKS Dual Port Macintosh MIDI Interface

    If you need to add a MIDI interface to a Mac, it has to be external — there is no Mac equivalent of a Soundblaster 16...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Mit Ripcord Guitar Lead

    If you've ever read a hi‑fi magazine, you'll have seen advertisements for cables that cost more than the gear they are...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Keyfax Software Twiddly Bits Volume Seven - Programmer's Toolkit

    Volume Seven in the Twiddly Bits series is a real mixed bag of performance data, loops, grooves and riffs that come under the...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Focal Press Digital Audio CD

    Over the last fifteen years or so, we have probably all gathered some awareness of the workings of digital audio systems...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    BBE DI-10 DI Box With Speaker Simulator

    DI boxes are essential pieces of studio kit, but they don't all do the same job. For DI'ing an electric guitar or bass that...

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Caig Laboratories Deoxit & Progold

    As studio systems become more complex, analogue signal degradation caused by poor signal connections becomes a serious problem...

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Audio Technica ATM87R Condenser Boundary Microphone

    Boundary Effect microphones have been around for some time now, and the standard PZMs (Pressure Zone Microphones) use piezo...

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Neato CD Labelling Kit

    As CD‑writers become more popular, so the need to label one‑off CDs more professionally grows, and a number of...

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Keyfax Software <i>Twiddly Bits Vol. 9 — Jazz</i>

    Keyfax's Twiddly Bits soundware has a very respectable track record in the market of producing MIDI files for general...

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Fostex DP8

    Digital Switcher

    Paul White tries a simple but useful digital switching system that can be used with s/PDIF or ADAT-format signals.

    Reviews May 1998
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    Red Sound Systems Voyager 1 Beat Xtractor

    DJ Accessory

    It's a small curiously-shaped shiny chrome box with just six buttons and no LCD screen, and it claims to be the future of DJ-ing. Intrigued? Paul Farrer goes on a voyage of discovery...

    Reviews Feb 1998
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    Sounds Ok Dreamwaves Korg Wavestation Sound Cards

    Considering that the Wavestation first emerged in 1990, it's aged remarkably gracefully and, relative to some of its...

    Reviews Jan 1998
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    Atacama Pro 10 Speaker Stands

    For some years, Sambell Engineering (who manufacture the Atacama range) have provided a 'bespoke' service, making one‑...

    Reviews Jan 1998
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    BCK Footpedals

    Following my feature on MIDI controllers in the June '97 issue of SOS, distributors BCK sent me a sample of their VP3...

    Reviews Jan 1998
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