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1. Xpansion Nick Williams

© N. Williams
Oberheim's Xpander in combination with the Performance System.

2. Wind Up Various

Featuring Robert Franks. Psycko Scarff and the Shower Curtains with Keeping Up With The Joneses, and Demo Of The Month, Gotta Lotta Moonbeams, by Johnny Pop

3. Slo Blow Dave Bristow

© D. Bristow
(a) Using the Yamaha CX5 as if it were an analogue recorder connected up to two DX7's.

(b) The CX5 in operation creatively with only the internal synth of the computer being used.

4. Roots Of Joy Hans-Joachim Roedelius

© H-J. Roedelius. EG Records
From his latest album in combination with Arjen Uittenbogaard (cello), and Tjitse Letterie (violin).

5. Pressure Shock

A short comparison between a Neumann U87 microphone (£200) and a £20 budget PZM mic. Spot the difference.

6. Spook Music Vince Hill

© V. Hill
Siel's DK600 in combination with two expanders and a multi-track composer program for the Commodore SX64

7. Right Connections Mark Shreeve

© M. Shreeve
Linked up the DX7 Jupiter 6, Drumtraks and MSQ700 show their worth.

8. The Pearl Brian Eno/Harold Budd.

© EG Records, Opal Music
The title track from Eno and Budd's latest collaboration.

9. Dr. Rhythms (See: project)

(a) Standard Dr. Rhythm.

(b) Dr. Rhythm sounds with separate outputs that have been processed individually, EQ'd and put through a digital delay.

10. Synth Effex Mark Wood

© M. Wood
Six individual sounds and a piece of music played on the Roland guitar synth.

11. Scorpion Torch Song (See: Competition)

© T. Song
An excerpt from some of the group s soundtrack music recorded at their own Guerilla Studio. A day's recording in this studio is part of this month's prize in the competition.



TAPE TAKE



Equipment Used to Make This Month's Tape.


Multitrack
Tascam 80-8 with DX8 DBX 8-channel noise reduction unit. Now obsolete — can still be found on S/H market.

Mastering
Otari MX5050B2 ¼" machine supplied by ITA, (Contact Details)
Revox B77HS supplied by Turnkey, (Contact Details)

Mixing
Dynamix 16-8-2 Professional Multirange Mixer
RAMRM 10 mixer
Both desks supplied by Dynamic, 40 Potters Rd, Barnet, Herts EN58HW. Tel: (01) 441-1101.

Amplification
Cutec TA902 Amplifier supplied by MTR Ltd, (Contact Details).

Monitors
JBL8612's supplied by Harman UK, (Contact Details).

Foldback.
Tannoy Stratfords supplied by Gigsounds, (Contact Details)

Mics
Cutec COM4 and MDM6 supplied by MTR, (Contact Details).

Outboard
Cutec CD425 Dual DDL supplied by MTR.
Boss DT200 DDL supplied by Roland UK Ltd, (Contact Details).
MXR 01a Digital Reverb supplied by Atlantex, (Contact Details).
Studio Technology Incorporated Stereo Simulator AN-1 supplied by Turnkey, (Contact Details)

Instruments
OSC OSCar Duophonic Synthesizer supplied by OSC Ltd, (Contact Details).
SCI Drum Traks supplied by Sequential Circuits Europe, (Contact Details).
Roland SH-101
Yamaha DX7 supplied by Gigsounds, (Contact Details).

We would like to thank the following companies and individuals for their help and assistance in compiling this tape: John Ridel at Turnkey, George at Gigsounds (Catford), Steve Gath and Chris Huggett at OSC, Tony Reeves at MTR, Mick Boggis at ITA,Frank Hughes at Otari Electric UK, Tim Frost at Harman UK, Paul Wiffen at Sequential Circuits, Nick Williams at Atlantex, Alison at EG Records, Johnny Black and Karen Ehlers at Polydor, Simon Croft and Dave Pallant at Dynamix, Jennifer and Gwen at Alexander Caulfield PR, Paul Gittlns, Mark Wood, Mark Shreeve, Jive Electro, Dave Bristow, Vince Hill, Eno, Roedelius, Harold Budd, Curtis Schwartz, Alan Townshend.



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Electronic Soundmaker - Oct 1984

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