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Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - January 1985

On Tape
Index

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News

International Computer Conference, news, views, chart.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Track Attack
Music Review

Electronic album focus on: Cabs, S.P.K. Marc Almond, Z.T.T... and more.

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Feedback

Questions, queries, and criticism to the ES&CM editorial team.

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Music Review

Reader's demo tapes reviewed in print, with a selection featured on tape.

Horning In...
Feature

Ambient Corporation

Forget the Fairlights, ditch the D.D.L.'s — ES&CM reader Graeme Robinson shows how you can beat it with the big boys, using just a couple of multitracks.

Marshall Law
Feature

The System

In this month's system feature, we focus on sequencing with a human touch: DX7 and SH101 in perfect harmony.

Double Take
Review

Klone Dual/Paragon Percussion

The Klone Dual and Paragon Percussion's DVXM — Two stand-alone Drum-synth modules that offer a cheaper way into electro-percussion than the Simmons of this world.

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Competition

BBC News
Review

Organ Master/Island Logic

An add-on sound board, and a comprehensive disc-based music system for the Beeb micro.

A Runway Success
Review

Is what Roland's TR707 digital drum machine is set to become. Great sounds, great facilities... and a great price.

In Triplet Time
Review

Korg Drums

Prolonging the percussive theme, a look at three very interesting products from Korg: Their value-for-money digital Super Percussion and Super Drums rhythm machines, plus the KMS-30 MIDI Synchronizer.

Akai's Attack
Review

Akai AX 80/1212 Mixer/Recorder

Akai leap bravely into the hard world of Pro music gear, with a poly, the AX 80, and a unique 12-channel mixer/recorder.

In The Dreamhouse
Interview

Tangerine Dream

An ES&CM exclusive... At home with top synth pioneers Tangerine Dream, in their own recording studio - a three page special.

Digital Dynamite
Review

The CZ101 is the spearhead of Casio's first serious onslaught on the pro-synth market. We check out this contender for the DX's digital synthesis crown.

The Emulator... Two
Review

The original Emulator brought sound-sampling out of the labs and onto the stage. The new model looks likely to repeat that success, and to transform sound sampling from precision recording into something like art.

Totally Wired
Interview

Bruce Gilbert

A chat with art-punk godfather Bruce Gilbert, a founder member of left-field collaboration Wire. The man reveals a low-tech approach to hi-tech gear... and a few trade secrets.

A Sound Design
Review

Design Studio Programs

A set of programs for the Spectrum to enable you to unravel the mysteries of DX synthesis.

OSCar Update
Review

MIDI OSCar

A marriage made in heaven, as OSCar gets MIDI... we attend the reception.

One Upmanship
Review

Tascam Porta One

A sensational budget portastudio from Tascam, the Porta One, looks like being on most musicians' Most Wanted list. We bring it back alive.

Crest of a Wave
Interview

Dave Greenfield

Strangler's keyboard commandant Dave Greenfield tells us why he's Waved goodbye to his Hammond.

Multitracking On The Cheap
Feature

A flexible home studio set up explored.

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Feature

ES&CM's guide to MIDI and MOPS.

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

 

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