|Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - October 1984|
BMF roundup, news, chart, and studio tape listing
Focussing on a selection of the latest electronic albums particularly those from across The Channel.
Letters to the ES&CM editorial team: Questions, queries and criticism.
One League Forward
Ian Burden of Human League outlines beginner's tips and a future strategy for electronic music.
The Siel System
A detailed look at Siel's new DK600 keyboard Interface, and Expander.
We examine Roland's MPU 401 Intelligent Interface that took over two years to develop, to discover whether this disc-based sequencing system was worth waiting for.
Reader 's demo tapes reviewed in print with a selection on tape.
The CX5M music computer could change the face of the home micro-music market. We examine the first dedicated music computer to reach the UK
The Vital Link
Syco's Analogue to Digital Interface is less than half the price of its nearest competitor. But does it match the quality? We investigate.
The Life Of Brian - Part 1
Brian Eno, Harold Budd
Part 1 of a two part in-depth interview with Brian Eno and his latest collaborator Harold Budd.
Xpand Your Horizons
We review the new Oberheim Xpander in conjunction with the Oberheim Performance System.
The Right Connections
The first of our Systems features focusses on making music with the DX7, Jupiter 6, Drumtraks and MSQ700.
Everything's Gone Green
Hans Joachim Roedelius
Roedelius explains the necessity of home recording and why he's addicted to the colour green!
A PZM Mic for under £20. Sound value?
Doctoring The Dr.
An easy-to-follow project to fit separate outputs to your Dr. Rhythm to increase its versatility.
The Synth's Sojourn
A road report on Roland's guitar synth the GR700 by Imagination's Ashley Ingram and Mark Wood of Nucleus and Sunwind.
A review of Rosetti's latest software for the Spectrum and Commodore micros.
Your chance to win a Yamaha KX5 and a day's free recording in Guerilla studios in London.
A definitive af-a-glance guide to MIDI and Music Orientated Peripherals.