The useful range of Atari software from Cadenza includes the Web Wizard web site creation tool, and is now free.
With software from an independent German writer, your Atari could make music like Mozart, or just play back MIDI files for you...
Various companies are still putting development time and effort into creating 21st-century computers and add-ons based around the Atari operating system. Derek Johnson rounds up the breaking news.
You can add sophisticated MIDI mapping facilities to your Atari-based studio for next to nothing with some useful German shareware, as Derek Johnson explains.
Derek Johnson rounds up the latest Atari news and software availability.
Your Atari can connect to loads of peripherals you might not expect it to be able to use, including removable hard drives, DVD-RAM drives, and CD writers. Derek Johnson plugs in.
Derek Johnson experiences the weirdness that is Dr T's, in the shape of MIDI-Ax, and helps out a reader who wants to use his Atari as a dedicated TX7 editor.
If you're an Atari owner who would also like to work with other computers, you may not have to lose access to your favourite Atari applications. Derek Johnson offers some platform-crossing suggestions.
If you're looking for a cost-effective way into MIDI music making, the Atari is still a good option, as Derek Johnson explains.
Derek Johnson plugs a new, free online magazine for Atari users, and explores a composition tool with an interesting angle on film music production.
Derek Johnson explores a way of creating exotic tunings with your Atari, and recommends a fresh source of shareware and freeware.
A Swedish soft synth is on the way, a New Zealand developer plans to introduce the Atari to the wonders of Ethernet, and US company Dr T's finest hour becomes shareware. Derek Johnson goes global.
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