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Review | International Musician, May 1985
A sampling kit for under £30. Curtis Schwartz discovers the noise of art
Review | In Tune, Dec 1986
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1991
Sony DTC55ES DAT Recorder
Sony's DTC55ES is their contribution to the first wave of domestic DAT recorders. Richard Aaron looks at what it can offer in a recording context.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Roland DEP-5 multi-effects
Julian Colbeck brings you the key facts on Roland's improvement on the SPX90.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1986
Yamaha DX100 Polysynth
The latest addition to the DX family is the cheapest yet at just £349. Simon Trask slings it round his neck and takes it for a test drive: will it bring FM to the masses?
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1992
You've tried the mouse; now check out its computer-friendly feline counterpart, which offers remote control of Atari keyboard equivalents. Martin Russ prowls around the Friend-Chip K..AT.
Review | One Two Testing, Dec 1984
the electric revival examined
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Oct 1986
AKG K240DF headphones and AKG C535EB mic
Mike Skeet gives us his opinion on these monitor quality headphones. Are they really an alternative to mixing on speakers? Next he takes a look at the C535EB microphone.
Review | Recording Musician, Dec 1992
Peavey SDR 20/20 Digital Multi Effects Unit
A refreshingly logical and capable multi-effects unit that successfully combines flexibility with fidelity.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1993
Opcode Vision 1.4
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Sep 1985
Yamaha DX21 synthesiser
The latest in the DX synth series
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985
Yamaha's DX21 polysynth offers FM sound quality at a low, low price, plus a few features even the DX7 doesn't have. Simon Trask investigates.
Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Apr 1988
Another old synth makes its comeback. This time it's Steve Howell's much-prized ARP 2600 with its graphic panel layout, modular construction and built-in amplification.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1985
UMI 2B Software
The 1B version was good, but Simon Trask has spent a month with its successor, and reckons it deserves its reputation as the most professional sequencing package designed round a home computer.
Review | Recording Musician, Oct 1992
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Jul 1986
Fostex Model 20
Who needs a 3-track mastering machine? Fostex think you do so read all about the Model 20.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1986
Rane ME15 and ME30 Graphics
A couple of graphic equalisers that would grace any studio.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1989
MIDI sophistication in the humble patchbay: this modest-looking unit can store 100 routings of its 16x16 audio matrix and place the proceedings under MIDI control. Lorenz Rychner patches things up.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1983
With real acoustic instrument sounds
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1984
First reviewed in prototype form over a year ago, the 360 has been the subject of some significant hardware modifications since then, and Paul White reports on a more recent production sample.
Review | One Two Testing, May 1984
We hold a sample
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1986
At last, someone has come up with a sample-playing device that specialises in reproducing bass voices - from a double bass to a Moog synth. Brian Devereux reports.
Review | International Musician, Jun 1986
An idea whose time has come — a sample-based expander. Tony Reed slaps it around
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1986
A MIDI routing device from keyboard manufacturers 360 Systems. Our American correspondent Rick Davies puts it through its paces.