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Revision as of 13:23, 6 February 2011

Digital Orchestrator Pro
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Platform: PC
Year: 1995
Developer: Voyetra

Digital Orchestrator Pro was the succeeding sequencer to Voyetra's Sequencer Plus. It was easier to use and had more features for MIDI. Not only could you do MIDI, but also audio recording. You could also mix audio and MIDI in .ORC files.

Screenshots


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Music

Jeff Batter was hired to do the sequencer's music. Along with the program also came tutorial videos on how to use the program for MIDI and audio recording that was narrated by Jeff. While some of the music files don't have credits, most of them do and credit Jeff for the music. While the tracks are extremely sophisticated, some of them aren't put together all that well, like R & B, where the audio recorded guitar is flat making the music sound bad. Gary Fowler also helped with some of the songs.

Recording

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Title

Composer

Arranger

Length

Size

Listen

01 70's Hip Jeff Batter, Gray Fowler Jeff Batter, Gray Fowler
02 It's Saturday Night Jeff Batter Jeff Batter
03 Digital Orchestrator Demo Jeff Batter Jeff Batter
04 Multi-Theme Demo Jeff Batter Jeff Batter
05 R & B Jeff Batter, Gray Fowler Jeff Batter, Gray Fowler
06 Southern Jeff Batter Jeff Batter

Game Rip

Format

Download

Size

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When the sequencer is installed onto one's computer, the music files are included in the /DEMOSONGS folder directory.

Releases

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Title: Digital Orchestrator Pro
Platform: DOS
Released: 1995/??/??
Publisher: Voyetra