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Issue 20 - July 21st to 27th 1983
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Micropaedia
Sound: Part 4
Sound and music on your micro.
REGULARS
Monitor 2
Compatibility doubts over Electron, page 2; Commodore slashes prices, page 3; Seiko goes for business users, page4; GEC takes Torch under its wing, page 5; NEC makes a comeback, page 7; Price war hots up, page 8; and a report from the IBM User Show, page 9.
PCN Charts 10
 
Random Access 13
Open forum for micro-related subjects.
Routine Inquiries 14
Once again Max Phillips solves a few mysteries.
Microwaves 17
Ideas for Lynx, BBC, Oric, Tandy and ZX owners.
PCN Binders 25
Keep your collection safe.
Gameplay  
TI/99 / Atari 48
Rabbit Trail plus a micro innovation.
Spectrum 51
Arcade action.
Spectrum/BBC 54
Strategy Games
Readout 56
New books reviewed.
ProgramCards 57
Listings for Dragon, Atari, Vic 20 and Oric.
Clubnet 69
Contact points for micro enthusiasts.
Back issues 81
Get 'em while you can.
Billboard 82
Pick up a bargain in PCN's micro-marketplace.
Quit/Datelines 88
 
PCN SPECIALS
Computer Art 20
Kathryn Custance looks at the artistic possibilities in computer logic.
Dragon scrolling 22
Put some movement into your Dragon games with Darren Eteo's machine code scrolls.
PCN PRO-TEST: SOFTWARE
ZX Toolkit 26
Add some extra facilities to your Spectrum. Ted Ball is our mechanic.
Pet Payroll 30
Let you CBM control your wages paperwork - including SSP - with Bonus.
Newbrain Monitor 32
Walter Knight delves into the depths of his Newbrain with a machine code monitor.
PCN PRO-TEST: PERIPHERALS
Seikosha colour 34
David Janda goes over the rainbow printer that has slashed the cost of colour in your hard copy.
Vic Taped 38
If your tape's too slow but you can't afford a disk drive, Barry Miles looks at a midway solution.
PCN PRO-TEST: HARDWARE
Rade bareboard 42
Bareboards offer the best road to custom-built micros. Stuart Cooke tests a newcomer.
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