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    Prosoniq Orange Vocoder

    Plug-in Zone

    Martin Walker's looking through tinted glasses at this latest offering from Prosoniq...

    Reviews Dec 2000
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    MacOS X; QuickTime 5

    Apple Notes

    This month Vic Lennard has a first look at Mac OS X and the public preview of QuickTime 5...

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    MbooM

    Atari Notes

    The MbooM commercial VST-compatible Mac sequencer is creating a bit of a buzz at the moment, but did you know that it originated on the Atari and is now a free download for the platform. Derek Johnson finds out more...

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Optimising G-series Macs Powerbooks, iMacs & iBooks: Part 2

    Tips & Tricks

    Last month, Paul Wiffen explained how to get MIDI into and out of your new-style Macintosh. This month, he turns his attention to the tougher problem of audio...

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Streamlining Your PC Studio

    Tips & Tricks

    Your PC can be a hugely powerful tool — but if it's not set up properly, the number of hoops you have to jump through before you actually get to do any recording can be intimidating. Martin Walker explains how to smooth the path.

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Windows ME (Millennium Edition)

    PC Notes

    Martin Walker finds out what's new in Windows Millennium edition and explores the latest version of Native Instruments' Pro-five VST Instrument, renamed the Pro52.

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    G-force M-tron

    VST Plug-in Instrument

    Paul White cruises down memory lane in style, with the bargain-priced M-Tron Mellotron soundalike VST Instrument plug-in.

    Reviews Dec 2000
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    Making Waves

    Digital Audio Seqencer/Sampler

    Bucking the trend for elaborate 'virtual studio' graphic interfaces and bloated feature sets, Making Waves is designed to allow you to get into making music quickly and straightforwardly, on even a modestly specified PC. John Walden puts it through its paces.

    Reviews Dec 2000
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    MOTU Digital Performer v2.7

    MIDI Audio Recording Software

    Nicholas Rowland tries out the new features in MOTU's ever-evolving flagship Macintosh sequencing package.

    Reviews Dec 2000
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    Native Instruments B4 Tonewheel

    Organ Plug-in

    Paul White boldy goes where no man has been B4!

    Reviews Nov 2000
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    Nemesys Music Technology Gigasampler 160

    Software Sampler

    Nemesys' Gigasampler proved that a fast PC could compete with the latest hardware samplers, and provided some features they simply couldn't match — such as sampled instruments many gigabytes in size. Now the company has updated the range to include two new products. Martin Walker asks if rackmount samplers have finally met their Nemesys...

    Reviews Nov 2000
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    Cubase 5.0; JXsynth

    PC Notes

    This month Martin Walker improves his aural skills and reports on progress with Cubase 5.0.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Broadcasting Your Audio: Part 1

    Net Notes

    Part 1 of a 2-part Net Notes in which Dave Shapton explores the theory and the practice of broadcasting your audio and video on the Internet.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    MIDI Master Drummer

    Atari Notes

    Derek Johnson gets into the groove with an 'emailware' rhythm-creation program and goes analogue with an updated step-sequencer...

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    DirectConnect; Finale

    Apple Notes

    This month Vic Lennard looks at the practical implications of DirectConnect and possible problems when using the wrong system updaters...

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Optimising G-series Macs & iMacs: Part 1

    Tips & Tricks

    The recent G3, G4 and iMac computers are fast and attractive to musicians, but they present various dilemmas when it comes to connecting your MIDI and audio interfaces. In part 1 of this short series, Paul Wiffen looks at the various ways to get MIDI data flowing reliably in the absence of ADB and serial ports.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Adding Analogue Warmth To PC Recordings

    Feature | Tips & Tricks

    Soundcard and computer technology has advanced to the stage where even modestly specified PC systems can make recordings of incredible clarity — and DSP algorithms now allow us to add in the warmth that is characteristic of analogue recordings. Martin Walker explores the options.

    Techniques Oct 2000
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    Electron SidStation

    Atari Notes

    The Atari goes back to the future with the help of the Electron SidStation, and Derek Johnson finds out why it's hip to be square...

    Techniques Oct 2000
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    MIDI Files

    Net Notes

    When it comes to MIDI files on the 'net you have two options: either trawl through the myriad of illegal pirate sites or deal with a professional. Paul Farrer separates the pros from the cons.

    Techniques Oct 2000
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    Reducing Noise From Your PC — Level Check

    PC Notes

    This month Martin Walker seeks out the suppliers of products aimed at reducing noise from your PC.

    Techniques Oct 2000
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    Proofing Music With MP3 & SoundJam MP

    Apple Notes

    Proofing music with MP3 and SoundJam MP Plus is on the agenda for Vic Lennard this month...

    Techniques Oct 2000

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