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    TSC Nashville Mac Clone

    Music Workstation

    Paul White checks over TSC's latest Mac-clone-based music studio package and sees red.

    Reviews Nov 1997
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    Creamware Masterport v2.4

    Hard Disk Recording & Editing System

    The Masterport system consists of dedicated multitrack software and a high-quality card, allowing you to avoid the compatibility problems that can arise when software and hardware from different manufacturers are run together. Janet Harniman-Cook thinks it's the cream of the crop.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    Korg Soundlink DRS 1212

    Multi-channel PCI Audio I/O Card

    Although it also forms part of the all-encompassing digital SoundLink system, Korg's 1212 PCI card offers a standalone, cost-effective option for getting multitrack digital audio in and out of your Mac. Paul White discovers that digital audio recording relies on going through the proper channels...

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Emagic Audiowerk8

    PCI I/O Card

    Digital audio recording on computers has been possible for several years now, but without expensive multi-channel I/O units, the inputs and outputs from computer-based systems have been limited to simple stereo jacks. Now, several inexpensive multi-output PCI I/O cards are coming onto the market. Paul White looks at Emagic's solution, and decides he knows what he likes...

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Sunrise Audio Workstation

    Digital Recording System

    Take an Atari Falcon, strip away the outer casing, add some major circuitry and a host of external connections and package in a sturdy rackmount box. Stir in a copy of Cubase Audio, connect up a CD recorder, and the result is the new Sunrise Audio Workstation. Dominic Hawken checks out this unique new recipe.

    Reviews Jun 1997
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    Creamware Tripledat

    Digital Audio Editing/Recording System

    Creamware's recently-updated, PC-based TripleDAT system attempts to offer a halfway house solution to those who've outgrown their MPC audio system, but can't afford a professional digital recording setup. Brian Heywood is the cat who gets the Cream(ware)...

    Reviews Dec 1996
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    SEKD Samplitude Studio

    PC Hard Disk Recording Software

    Keen to get into PC hard disk recording? Samplitude Studio, the top of an impressive range of programs from German manufacturers SEKD, is one of the cheaper options available — but it's certainly not short on features. Panicos Georghiades and Gabriel Jacobs are mightily impressed...

    Reviews Nov 1995
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    Canam Quartz

    PC Digital Recording & MIDI Sequencing Software

    This new French program must be one of the cheapest ways of integrating digital audio and MIDI sequencing. Panicos Georghiades and Gabriel Jacobs put it through its paces.

    Reviews Nov 1995
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    Creamware TripleDAT

    Digital Audio Interface

    Out of the wilds of Germany comes an interesting attempt at addressing the key aspects of hard disk recording on the PC for the DAT-owning musician. Brian Heywood reports.

    Reviews Sep 1995
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    Digital Audio Labs cardD

    PC Hard Disk Recorder

    Wanna record professional quality audio on your PC's hard disk? Brian Heywood investigates the temptingly low cost route offered by Digital Audio Labs' plug-in cardD system.

    Reviews Jan 1994

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