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    TC Works Mercury 1

    Monophonic Software Synth

    Hardly a week seems to go by without the announcement of another VST instrument, and virtual analogue software synths have been particularly common of late. But when a company like TC Works get involved, it's worth taking notice. Paul Ward plugs in...

    Reviews Feb 2001
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    Wave Mechanics Speed

    AudioSuite Plug-in

    Paul White's fast and furious with the new Wave Mechanics Speed.

    Reviews Feb 2001
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    ADSL

    Net Notes

    An ADSL telephone line can improve the speed and convenience of Internet access enormously; and it needn't cost the earth. Dave Shapton passes on his experiences of the new technology.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Crawly Crypt

    Atari Notes

    Derek Johnson explores a way of creating exotic tunings with your Atari, and recommends a fresh source of shareware and freeware.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Eradicate PC Noise

    PC Notes

    Martin Walker buys a new quiet hard drive for audio and looks into ways to eradicate any remaining noise, for a silent PC.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Optimising G-series Macs Powerbooks, iMacs & iBooks: Part 4

    Tips & Tricks

    Paul Wiffen concludes his investigation into reliable means of audio interfacing on new-style Macintoshes when the traditional PCI card route is not available to you. This month, he tests two more USB audio-only interfaces, and reaches some definitive conclusins about Tascam's US428 MIDI and audio interface.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Readers' Problems

    Apple Notes

    This month Paul Wiffen takes up residence as SOS's Apple expert. After relating his own Mac history, he turns Agony Uncle and addresses a few readers' problems...

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Windows 2000 — Designed With Musicians In Mind?

    PC Musician

    Microsoft's latest operating system, although primarily designed for business and network systems, seems to offer many features that are attractive to musicians, including greater stability and support for dual-processor machines. But is there enough software support to make upgrading worthwhile? Martin Walker investigates.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    FXpansion DR005

    Drum Sample Player

    Reflecting the growth in the number of VST Instrument plug-ins, as opposed to those designed purely for processing of effects treatments, established plug-in developers FXpansion have now produced DR005, a 'soft drum machine'. Paul Ward snares a copy...

    Reviews Feb 2001
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