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    NI & iZotope Giveaway

    Audio Editors

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    Scorewriters

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    Virtual Instrument

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    Opcode Overture

    Notation Software

    Opcode's new Overture notation program has been called "dtp for music" and aims to bring the arcane art of music notation into the age of user friendliness. derek johnson finds it's worthy of note...

    Reviews Dec 1994
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    Aura

    Amiga Notes

    More tips and gossip on the current Amiga scene from Paul Overaa... Aura.

    Techniques Dec 1994
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    Digital Performer v2.0

    Apple Notes

    Martin Russ brings you the latest Apple news, as well as a plea for forgiveness...

    Techniques Dec 1994
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    MIDI Circuits; Controllers & Goldstar GMK49

    PC Notes

    Brian Heywood considers some of the PC-related products you could include in your letter to Santa this year... MIDI Circuits; Controllers & Goldstar GMK49.

    Techniques Dec 1994
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    StormTracker

    Atari Notes

    Vic Lennard looks at a Tracker program with a difference — and gets a sneak preview of a GM sound module in a Falcon...

    Techniques Dec 1994
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    Cubase Audio DAE

    Sequencing & Digital Audio Software

    When Europe's best known sequencer 'went audio' around two years ago, the resulting program was acclaimed as " unique and well thought out" — but times change, and cubase audio's latest version is up against some stiff competition from the likes of opcode, motu and emagic. mike collins checks out its chances...

    Reviews Dec 1994
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    Hard Disk Recording Basics: Part 2

    Primer

    David Mellor takes a look at the components of a typical disk recording system, and passes on some hints on what to look for when deciding on a setup.

    Techniques Nov 1994
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    Blue Ribbon & Dr T's KCS

    Amiga Notes

    This month Amiga guru Paul Overaa takes over the reins on our Amiga Notes pages. What have we let you in for? Read on and you'll see...

    Techniques Nov 1994
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    Cost Of MIDI Files

    Atari Notes

    Are MIDI Files too expensive? Vic Lennard investigates...

    Techniques Nov 1994
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    Opcode — Behind The Scenes

    Apple Notes

    This month, in addition to all the latest Apple hardware and software news, Martin Russ brings you a behind-the-scenes interview with the Director of Sales at Opcode...

    Techniques Nov 1994
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    Windows MIDI Mapper

    PC Notes

    Brian Heywood finds out where you can go for a PC software demo, checks out the Windows MIDI Mapper, and spends some money via his PC...

    Techniques Nov 1994
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    American Amiga Lightwave & Toaster

    Amiga Notes

    Paul Austin brings you the future of the Amiga from the American angle, plus all the latest news from home and abroad... American Amiga Lightwave and Toaster.

    Techniques Oct 1994
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    Hard Disk Recording Basics: Part 1

    Primer

    Paul White looks at both sides of hard disk recording, and concludes that although it's generally a good thing, it isn't destined to take over the world just yet.

    Techniques Oct 1994
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    MOTU FreeStyle

    Apple Notes

    Martin Russ brings you the latest Apple news, starting with MOTU's new FreeStyle package.

    Techniques Oct 1994
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    Prismatica & Internet Access

    PC Notes

    This month, in addition to the latest PC product news, Brian Heywood gives you a quick rundown on how to access the Internet, and looks at the current options for digital recording on the PC.

    Techniques Oct 1994
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    Emu EIIIX Roundup

    v2.1 System Software; Remote Editor/Librarian; Sample CD-ROM

    Mike Barnes rounds up a new wave of software and hardware support for the Emu EIIIX, which once again makes Emu samplers a serious alternative at the higher end of the sampler marketplace.

    Reviews Oct 1994
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    MOTU Performer v5.0

    Sequencer

    Mark of the Unicorn's Performer has been a Mac sequencing stalwart for almost as long as the Mac platform has been used by musicians. Now faced with a growing number of competitors, it's up to version 5.0 and continues to improve in presentation and functionality, according to Mike Collins.

    Reviews Oct 1994
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    Trakcom & Falcon

    Atari Notes

    Vic Lennard investigates a rather interesting new Falcon product...

    Techniques Oct 1994
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    Atari Falcon 030

    Analysis

    As well as being an SOS contributor since the early days, Paul Wiffen is the manager of a music store specialising in hard disk recording. Eighteen months ago he previewed the Falcon 030 for SOS, and now, after a year on the market, he assesses the impact it has had and examines some of the rumours which are floating around.

    Techniques Sep 1994
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    Cubase Audio: Atari Falcon

    Exploration

    Peter Buick has been living with Cubase Audio for the Atari Falcon since its inception. Here he reveals all about his relationship with the system, ask whether it is the ultimate marriage between MIDI sequencing and tapeless recording — and tries to save you a few months of frustration (and a divorce) along the way.

    Techniques Sep 1994
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    G-VOX Bridge; Voyetra

    PC Notes

    The Windows music software scene is thriving. Brian Heywood reflects on its effects on the rest of the music software market, and examines some new arrivals in more detail.

    Techniques Sep 1994

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