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    Fatar MP1

    MIDI Pedalboard

    Best known for their low-cost controller keyboards, Fatar have now released a new kind of controller — the MP1 MIDI pedalboard. Paul Ward brings his lower limbs into the sonic fray...

    Reviews Nov 1995
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    Kenton GS8

    MIDI Guitar Switcher

    David Mellor goes all gooey about Kenton's new MIDI guitar switcher, designed to put a stop to all the embarrassing onstage effects pedal swapping that goes on in the dark between numbers.

    Reviews Jul 1995
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    Roland GI-10

    Guitar MIDI Interface

    Paul White packs away the keyboard and plugs Roland's new guitar-MIDI interface into his sequencer.

    Reviews Jun 1995
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    Roland MCR8

    MIDI Multi-Controller

    Roland's new MCR8 hardware controller seeks to take the strain out of parameter access synth or software editing, by offering you real-time manipulation of any MIDI values from its front panel sliders and knobs. Paul Ward checks it out.

    Reviews Jan 1995
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    Charlie Lab Digitar

    Pocket MIDI Guitar

    How do you fancy a way of playing guitar patches, like a guitar, without the expense of a guitar synth system? Impossible? Derek Johnson finds out...

    Reviews Jan 1995
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    Hands On Starlite

    MIDI-to-light Controller

    Hands On Development came into the field of MIDI-controlled lighting very early, with their sophisticated Limetime controller. Now the Starlite offers even the most fiscally challenged the opportunity to add another dimension to a live performance. Martin Russ seeks enlightenment.

    Reviews Apr 1994
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    BCK Lite Show

    MIDI-to-light Controller

    This compact unit allows you to add MIDI-controlled lights to your performance for less than the cost of a modest sound module. Paul White checks it out.

    Reviews Mar 1994


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