On 1986 I published my first professional article about using computers to compose music.
It was published in People and Computers, “32 Bit” magazine.
DataTune was developed as part of a venture named Target Data. I have developed a data cleansing software named DataTune and performed data cleansing projects to many organizations, among them:
* Standards Institution of Israel http://www.sii.org.il/14-he/SII.aspx
* The Israeli Export Institution http://www.export.gov.il/
* Elite http://www.strauss-group.com/elitehebrew
* Del Engineering http://del.co.il/
* Microsoft Israel http://www.microsoft.co.il
* People and Computers http://www.pc.co.il
A page from the book, Who’s Who in Israeli Business, 1992
An article published at Amiga World on May 1994.
A new word processor for Amiga computers, by Commodore, has launched.
The word processor, Rashumon, was developed by HarmonySoft, and it has the ability to read out loud the text (currently only in English).
It is a multi-lingual word processor which enables typing and editing in various languages, using miltiple fonts and colors. The typed documents are printed exactly as shown on screen, like with Macintosh computers. 8 colors can be used simultaneously, chosen from 4096 available colors. Text can be highlighted in Bold, Italics and underline.