AMFM Diskmag 6
AM/FM Magazine Disk #6
- Tech Corner: The MED module format
- Getting into the synthesizer world with a small budget
- Letters to AM/FM
- Latest news from Roland
- The General Midi format explained and mapped
- Chick Corea's Elektric Band live
- Latest news from Korg
- Complete Kraftwerk discograpy
- How to convert MIDI music between Amiga sequencers
- PD Music Disk reviews:
- The Evil Forces: "Giga Mix"
- Cyanide: "Now That's What I Call Ripped Music, Volume 2"
- Idiosyncatris: "Big Time"
- Anarchy: "Legalise It"
- Proplay v2.0
- Superb update of the best module-player, including a control panel, song information, timer modes etc. The thing that makes this player the best around is that it's the only one that's copletely system safe!
- Yamaha DX100 Editor
- Edit DX100 sounds with your Amiga, and store the sounds on Amiga disks!
- Multi-ripper v2.9 C
- The best ripper available - rips music from almost all available music-editors, can rip directly from disk etc. etc.
- Casio CZ-101 / Casio CZ-1000 Storage system
- Store sounds from this synth on your Amiga.
- "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" by Tears for Fears
- "In Too Deep" by Genesis
- "Eye In The Sky" by Alan Parson Project
- "Windcoaliz" by Geir W. Kristoffersen
- "ChipChop 2" by Rainer A. Nilsen
- "Souvereign Solemnity" by Anders Hamre
- "Empty Spaces 2" by Bjørn A. Lynne
- "EndTune" by Wiggo Johansen
Extra Goodies on the disk
- More than 20 dynamite drum-patterns for Music-X!
- New superb icons for your favourite music programs!
- Roland D-110 Protocol for Music-X!
- New sounds for your Roland D110!
- amfm06.dms - AM/FM Issue 6 (DiskMasher format) - 659KB