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Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - August/September 1984

Editorial
Editorial

This article has no OCR bodytext.News
News

Including the new Commodore micro

Science and Sensibility
Interview

Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby explains his new strategy

This article has no OCR bodytext.Lead Lines
Feedback

Letters to the ES&CM team

This article has no OCR bodytext.Pressing Matters
Music Review

Putting vinyl into context

Both Ends Burning
Interview

Torch Song

Torch Song; aspiring musical and studio entrepreneurs

This article has no OCR bodytext.Tape Command
Music Review

The Right Angle
Review

M&A K2.7D

M&A's new electronic drum kit

PS. I Love You
Review

Korg's PSS-50, your portable backing band

The Professional
Review

Yamaha's DX1, here at last

Cheap and Tasty
Review

Programmable Rhythm SR99

The EDC SR99 beat box

Hats Off
Review

Syco MFB Digital Drum Machine

The Syco MFB512 machine

Right on Q
Review

The Roland MSQ100 assessed

The Mono Man
Interview

Chris Hugget

Chris Huggett, the man behind OSCar speaks

A Desirable Delay
Review

MXR 1500 Digital Delay

The MXR 1500

Bopping With The BBC
Feature

A six page feature that shows you how to make music with the aid of the BBC Micro

Face Values
Review

EMR's new interface

Searching For The Perfect Beat
Interview

Rusty Egan

Visage's Rusty Egan reveals a change of face

Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - Copyright: Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.

 

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