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Author Topic: Bit by Bit MIDIDrummer (Feb 1988, article) for Atari ST  (Read 698 times)

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http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/bit-by-bit-mididrummer/2242
Bit by Bit MIDIDrummer
If you're looking for a visual aid to drum pattern editing or a means of turning your Akai S900 sampler into a drum machine this Atari software could be the answer. Chris Jenkins investigates.


The missing link between your MIDI drum machine, your Atari ST and graphic editing of your drum patterns could be this software package from a new British company - and the price is right.

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