Home & Studio Recording - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.
About Home & Studio Recording
Home Studio Recording was a spin-off sister publication from E&MM, with a focus on recording and the home studio. It still featured recording-style electronics projects in the early days, but also covered reviews of casette recorders, tape machines, mixing desks and effects units.
When Paul White took over as Editor, a rebrand and slight name change to "Home & Studio Recording" would keep the content relevant while Music Technology would cover the more hi-tech areas of synths, samplers, sequencers and MIDI.
In 1994 "Home and Studio Recording" and "Music Technology" were merged to create to new publication, "The MIX". Towards the end of it's run, Music Maker Publications was bought by Future Publishing.
There was also a US edition of the magazine, which still continues to this day as Recording Magazine.
Mike Beecher, Ian Gilby, Paul White, Dan Goldstein
Terry Day, Dennis Hill
Music Maker Publications (UK)
Name change to H&SR in Sep 1985
Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.
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