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One Two Testing - October 1985

Editorial
Editorial

Yamaha RX21
Review

now the cheaper drum machine

Improve Your Instrument
Feature

Really, really serious and totally brilliant ways to...

yours to cut out and lose

Digital Dada
Interview

John Chowning

the man who gave FM to the DX7

Shredder
News

here is the news, with instruments and equipment

British Music Fair
Show Report

Show Reports

what we saw

Overwater C-Bass
Review

low-tuning previewed

EMG S-Series Pickups
Review

quality in the loudness

Overtones
Feature

whither EMI in the 1960s

Toolbox
News

twenty tools to take on tour

TinTin Adulation
Interview

Stephen Duffy & Stephen Street | Stephen Duffy, Stephen Street

cocksure ex-tintin ex-duran talks tech

Casio SZ1
Review

now the cheaper sequencer

A&R Men
Feature

the unsigned's guide to getting that contract

Akai MD280 Disc Drive
Review

containing your samples

Recording Mode
Interview

Depeche Mode

Martin and Andy plot "It's Called A Heart" 45

Ears
Feature

what do they do, why are they hear

Assaulted Batteries
Feature

PP3s analysed, tested, smoked and poked

Sonor Performer Kit
Review

when "budget" means "midprice"

Pulse Six-String
Review

small and perfectly cheap

Blabber
News

would we lie to you

The Dumb Chums
Feature

jools for god

Outside Of C Part 4
Feature

flash keyboard chords

When Is A Pot
Feature

inside the potentiometer

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Feedback

Dr 'Skinfull' Spliff gets a sackfull

This article has no OCR bodytext.Letters - Jazz Special
Feedback

is it dead or just unwell

In A Jazzer's Beret
Feature

contents of an improviser's titter

Michael Nyman
Interview

Michael Nyman

Milton Keynes adman draws up Draughtsman's Contract

DOD FX
Review

reverb, metal, and programmable fuzz

Aria FX
Review

five go whoosh etc

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Music Review

in and out of your demos

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