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1988 Home Music Studio | Compute magazine article (Dec 1988)
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http://www.radiofreeworld.com/joeylatimer/pdf/Compute!%20Dec.%201988%20Music%20By%20The%20Numbers%20by%20Joey%20Latimer.pdf

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The paths of the computer + music industries keep crossing. Musical ijnstruments become more computerized and computers, more musical. If you have a personal computer, you already have half of a sophisticated sound- and music- production studio on your desktop! with an amazingly small investment, you can add the music software + hardware to the put your studio in action!

Article lists options between different types of systems
-IBM PC compatibles
-Commodre 64/128
-Commodore Amiga
-Apple II
-Macintosh
-Atari ST

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Alesis HR-16 Drum machine | Casio MT-540 MIDI keyboard | Deluxe Music Construction Set | Dr T's KCS | Ensoniq Mirage-DSK Digital Sampling MIDI Synthesizer | Finale | Kurzweil 250 | MacRecorder | MusicQuest MIDI starter system | Navarone ST Sound Digitizer | Passport Designs MIDI interface | Passport Designs MIDI Transport MIDI/SMPTE interface | Personal Composer System/2 DOS | Sonus Personal Musician for Apple II | VOyetra Op-4000 MIDI interface ISA card
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