64 ROLAND V-SYNTH GT EXCLUSIVE REVIEW Co ntents
064 Roland V-Synth GT Roland’s V-Synth re-wrote the book on innovative sound creation,so can the company’s new V-Synth GT live up to the family name? 069 M-Audio Pulsar II M-Audio aims to further improve on the success of its well-received Sputnik with its latest small-capsule condenser. 070 Propellerhead Software Abbey Road Keyboards The Prop’s latest release comprises seven vintage instruments recorded in the legendary Studio Two. 072 Solid State Logic Alpha VHD Pre SSL continues its foray into project studio territory with this affordable FireWire audio interface. 074 Sony Sound Forge 9 Sony’s popular recording and editing suite gets Vista compatibility and a comprehensive makeover.
076 Sonnox Oxford Inflator Could Sonnox’s Inflator be the ultimate pick-me-up for lacklustre mixes? 078 TerraTec AXON AX-50 USB Another contender steps into the evergrowing guitar-to-MIDI arena... 080 Digidesign Reel Tape Suite Despite the dominance of digital equipment in today’s studios,some engineers still have a fondness for the quirks of tape... 082 Wave Arts Master Restoration Suite If noise,hum,crackle or buzz are troubling your recording sessions, Wave Arts has the solution. 084 SE Electronics GM10 Dedicated mic-and-clamp solution for recording acoustic guitarists. 087 Edirol M-16DX Edirol has raised the bar with its digital M-16DX,but how does it square up to analogue rivals? 089 Mini Reviews
4 August 2007 MusicTech MAGAZINE