Roland's eagerly awaited multimedia Windows sound package competes head on with the Sound Blaster Pro and Turtle Beach sound cards well known to PC musicians. Brian Heywood finds out how the newcomer measures up.
Brian Heywood delivers another concoction of music-related PC news including Fatar's CMS61.
Martin Russ delivers another bulletin from another Mac music world. Hypercolourcard!
Vic Lennard investigates the need for speed...
Paul Austin finally puts the long-awaited Toccata 16-bit sampler to the test.
Could something this good really be this cheap? Derek Johnson looks at a 16-track sequencer package which is perfectly priced for the beginner but provides ample room for growth.
Paul White checks out this handy desk accessory utility.
Paul Austin spotlights the latest in 16-bit Amiga recording as WaveTools and the latest incarnation of Clarity take the stage.
This month Brian Heywood delivers news of an update to Cubase Lite, a way of downloading sounds to your Gravis Ultrasound card, and more...
Vic Lennard considers the place of Atari's Falcon 030 in the world of digital audio.
Taking over the Apple Notes hot-seat, Martin Russ delivers more news about PowerPC and explains how to create custom icons.
Mike Collins takes an in-depth look at Digital Performer Version 1.4/Performer Version 4.2 and the Digital Waveboard, which adds hard disk audio recording to Performer's powerful sequencer.
Martin Russ looks at one aspect of computing that may provide a new outlet for your Atari music-making: CD-ROM.
Paul Austin looks at a sound and vision system which brings true multimedia closer than ever before: Toccata.
Brian Heywood looks back over the past year of PC music activity.
Kendall Wrightson signs off as your Mac correspondent with a look at what's in store for '94.
Steven Helstrip checks out a four-program PC package which aims to cover all the MIDI production bases.
Jay Chapman discovers why this 16-track MIDI sequencer package for the BBC B micro, described as the musical equivalent of the humble word processor, is receiving so much acclaim from studio users.
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