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Roland VS-1680 - 16-Track, 24-Bit Hard Disk Powerhouse!
Gibson USA Guitars - A Century of Excellence
Yamaha EX-Series - Unlimited Potential
Event Layla and New DSP•FX - Now Shipping!!
Alesis M20 - Setting A New Standard
T.C. Electronic - A Look At New Gear
inside Sweetwater - A Discussion With Chuck And Brenda Surack
Q & A - Tech Support Answers Your Questions
Lexicon - Innovations '98
Fostex FD-4 - 4-Track Digital Multitracker
Kurzweil K2500 SWx - Sweetwater's Ultimate Keyboard
KRK's V8 - Active Studio Monitors
Marshall Amplifiers - Vintage Voltage
Soundware Scene - Techno/Ambient "Electron Bomb" CD-ROM
Tech Notes - Broken Arms, Earthworks, and MOTU's 2408

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Event's Layla is here!
Yes, it's the name of the classic 1970s hit by Eric Clapton — one of the most instantly recognizable songs of all time. But it's also the name of Event Electronics' most eagerly-anticipated product ever, a computer-based hard disk recording system for the PC. Check out the full details inside on the 1998 version of Layla.

T.C. Electronic Products
You probably know them best for their incredible M2000 reverb and the amazing Finalizer. Now T.C. Electronic is shipping no less than three brand new products, the DBMax Digital Maximizer, the Gold Channel Mic Preamp and the UnitY Signal Processing Engine for the best-selling Yamaha 02R Mixer.

New Alesis 20-Bit M20
While 16-bit audio is still the world standard (and will be for quite some time), audio perfectionists know that 20-bit recordings have a staggering 16 times more resolution than 16-bit. And for demanding professional use, no tape-based digital multitrack can top the feature set of the new 20-bit Alesis ADAT Type II M20. Details inside!

Sweetwater K2500SWx
The Kurzweil K2000 and K2500 have literally rewritten the history of modern music with their VAST synthesis system. Now, Sweetwater Sound has created a package that allows you to tap into the full potential of the K2500 the minute you open the box. Introducing the new K2500SWx.

Plus: Industry standard processing from Lexicon, Marshall Amplifiers, Fostex FD-4
…and much much more inside!