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steinberg pro24 iii (1988)
« on: February 03, 2016, 11:49:10 AM »

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-24 track music system
-record, playback, and edit any midi keyboard
-display and print out music notation
-real-time performance control
-totally mouse driven
-supports standard midi files


http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/thinking-of-going-24-track/1620
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/steinberg-pro24-iii/1124
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Computer-based sequencing software has always promised non-redundancy through software updates. Has Steinberg's Pro24, the original Atari ST MIDI sequencer, lived up to the promise? Review by Simon Trask.

ITS NOW ALMOST two years since MT reviewed Steinberg's Pro24, the first professional MIDI sequencing package for the Atari ST. During this time there has been a veritable explosion of ST-based MIDI software which has helped to put Atari's computer in pole position as far as musicians are concerned.

Other software companies haven't been shy about coming forward with their own sequencing packages, to the extent that there must now be some 15-20 ST-based sequencers of varying sophistication and cost. Yet Pro24 still has the biggest user base and the most solid presence in professional recording studios.

Clearly Steinberg have reaped rewards from the flagship status of their sequencer (the "early bird" syndrome), but for any sequencing package to survive in this fast-moving age it needs to adapt to current demands. This is where software updates come into their own, a fact which Steinberg always seem to have appreciated, as Pro24 has been through several updates since its original version. With the release of version III software it seemed high time for MT to survey the developments that have taken place in Pro24

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Re: steinberg pro24 iii (1988)
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steinberg pro 12
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