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Author: David Gordon
A worthy piece of programming which scores plus points for printing a couple of tunes on the inlay for the user to try out. Read Review
If you are a computer freak who wants to see the sound capability of the Spectrum explored, then you will have to get to grips with the notation before this program is of value. Read Review
The three main potential uses for this program - composing, replaying tunes and producing manuscript - are all spoilt by the problems - a great pity. Read Review
Entertaining and instructive... A good program that is well worth a listen. There is no provision to produce chords, because the Spectrum doesn't have a three-channel sound chip. Read Review
Although no knowledge of musical theory is necessary to use the program, the use of musical notation to show notes already chosen would probably deter those who cannot read music. Read Review
This package would not satisfy those who seriously want to make music. Read Review
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