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Aftertouch - Volume 2, Number 4 (April 1986)

Aftertouch - Volume 2, Number 4 (April 1986)
In part two of an exclusive interview (check out part one here), electronic music composer, Morton Subotnick, explains the nitty-gritty details of QX1 programming; users submit four new DX Voices and an introduction to the MCS2 MIDI Control Station.

Electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick gets into the nitty-gritty of QX1 programming in part two of the exclusive interview. We introduce the MCS2 MIDI Control Station complete with application diagrams, and readers send in more DX7 Voices. Lance Armstrong (not that one) shows how to make your DX7 operators into organ drawbars and much more. Enjoy!

Aftertouch encouraged readers to submit their Voices and programming tips and paid $25 if they were published. Did you ever submit a Voice? Did you have an MCS2? Tell us about it here.

From 1985 - 1989, Aftertouch Magazine was “The Official Publication of the Yamaha Users Group.” Check back every Thursday for our latest throwback issue. You can find all the throwback issues here.
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