By 1987, the software Creator appeared, followed quickly by Notator v.1.12. Notator is identical to Creator, but with the addition of a wonderfully comprehensive score writing/editing/printing program. No other program was so beautifully integrated. If you wanted similar packages from the competition, you had to buy seperate programs or modules, or go up to more expensive platforms and programs.


Remember, this was in pre Windows 3.1 days; most ”˜IBM’s only had 640K of memory and ran in MS-DOS. Notator runs on a 1 meg Atari ST; in fact, early versions could actually run on a 520ST, providing you weren’t expecting to record soundtracks of 20 minutes or more.

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