|Electronics & Music Maker - February 1984|
Daniel Miller, head of Mute records, has taken the label to a very successful conclusion with some massive UK hits. He tells of the joys and despair of the British record industry, and his work with electronic music.
Keyboards with Magnum and Phil Lynott | Mark Stanway
Keyboard player with Magnum, Mark Stanway has also worked with Phil Lynott. Here he talks about writing, recording and performing with one of Britain's brightest rock hopes.
A look at the latest in digital delay - that can be triggered by rhythm machine.
The largest event of its type in Europe, Frankfurt is the showcase for all that is new and innovative. This three page preview looks at some of the products that will be there.
One of the most versatile combo amps available, the Chorus 60 comes under scrutiny.
The newest headless bass examined.
From humble beginnings CC have grown into a major force in 80s music. Here, they explain their approach to writing and performing, and their rise to chart success.
Latest arrival from the Carlsbro stable, a general purpose mixer amp, with six channels.
The advance of the personal keyboard continues with this exciting new model.
A new personal keyboard with 'stereo symphonic' voices.
A new sampled drum machine, available as a kit or finished item.
A step by step guide to giving your Roland TR606 separate outputs for each percussion voice.
Korgs latest fully programmable polyphonic synthesiser, with digital sequencer, and MIDI.
A ten preset voice electronic piano with touch sensitive keyboard and separate bass section.
Keyboard player to Rainbow, Black Sabbath and now Ozzy Osbourne, Don talks to Tim Oakes about his keyboards, how to Bark At The Moon, and life on the road with a werewolf...
Creating and playing brass sounds.
University of Surrey Electro-Acoustic Music Studio
A look at the Surrey Sound electronic and computer music studio, scene of the Tonmeister degree course.
One of the first and principal exponents of computer music interviewed.
CAMI Part 3
Scaling Heights On The BBC Micro
Lyceum Ballroom, London | John Foxx
Build this VC clock to sync modular-analogue sequencers to monophonic or polyphonic synths and drum-machines.
Win a Cobra 90 Keyboard Combo in this months great free competition.
We welcome Ian Cross to E&MM, writing about the human perception of sound.
Clap Hands... here comes Roland... build this new, exciting percussion device.