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    Lucid Technology NB24 & ADA1000

    NuBus Digital I/0 Card & 20-bit A/D D/A converters

    With new PCI audio I/O card becoming avaliable for PCI Macintoshes and newer PCs almost every month, it's good to know that those with NuBus Macintoshes aren't being totally forgotten. Mike Collins checks out the first products from Symetrix's new division, Lucid Technology.

    Reviews May 1997
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    LOG Advance

    Non-coding Audio Recorder (Preview)

    In this exclusive preview, Paul White is introduced to a brand-new way of making high-resolution digital recordings.

    Reviews Apr 1997
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    Rane PaqRat

    24-bit Recording Converter

    If you can live with loosing four tracks on your multitrack tape recorder, the Rane Paqrat will allow you to record with up to 24-bit resolution. Hugh Robjohns rates the 'rat.

    Reviews Apr 1997
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    Philip Rees Little MCV

    MIDI-CV Converter

    Philip Rees have added yet another useful little box to their popular range of MIDI problem solvers. Derek Johnson gets converted.

    Reviews Jan 1997
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    Design Labs Prologue Plus

    MIDI-CV

    Once simple one-channel units, MIDI-CV converters have become multi-output devices capable of handling various kinds of pre-MIDI control protocols. Design Labs' latest offering even sports a built-in resonant filter! Gordon Reid bleeps and oscillates with delight...

    Reviews Nov 1995
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    Kenton Pro Solo

    MIDI-CV Converter

    Kenton Electronics' new one-channel MIDI-CV converter is slightly more expensive than others of its kind — but there's a reason! 

    Reviews Sep 1995
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    Cp Technology Missing Link MIDI-CV Converter

    Steve Howell investigates a single-channel MIDI-CV converter.

    Steve Howell investigates a single-channel MIDI-CV converter.

    Reviews Nov 1994
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    Intrinsic Technology Plus48 MIDI Port Expander for Atari ST

    Derek Johnson examines a three-way MIDI expansion for the Atari ST.

    Derek Johnson examines a three-way MIDI expansion for the Atari ST.

    Reviews Nov 1994
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    Kenton Electronics Pro 4

    Multi-channel MIDI-CV Interface

    To get the most out of your pre-MIDI synths, you need to bring them into the MIDI age. Kenton's long-awaited Pro 4 provides a host of interfacing possibilities and is capable of controlling up to an astounding 10 different devices simultaneously. Derek Johnson connects up.

    Reviews Sep 1994
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    Alesis AI-1

    Digital Interface/Sample Rate Converter

    Sample rate converters are hardly the stuff that dreams are made of, but if you're an ADAT owner, the AI-1 digital interface opens up a whole new bag of possibilities, as Paul White discovers.

    Reviews Jul 1994
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    Bokse US-8

    Universal Syncronizer

    Ian Gilby takes control of the Bokse US-8 Universal Syncronizer.

    Reviews Nov 1985

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