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Home & Studio Recording - July 1984

Editorial
Editorial

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News

More news of forthcoming events.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Feedback
Feedback

Reader communication relayed.

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News

New products from the recording world.

Uher CR160
Review

Portable Stereo Cassette Recorder

Human Evolution
Interview

Rupert Hine

Producer of Howard Jones' best-selling album, 'Human's Lib', talks about the making of the record and his approach to production.

Using Microphones
Feature

Recording Electric Guitar

Recording electric guitar; the theory and practice behind miking up guitar amps.

Studio Focus
Feature

Metronome Studio

Metronome Studio.

Tape Track Formats
Feature

A rundown on the various 'head' formats available on tape recorders and the reasons for their existence.

Studio Courses
Feature

A Guide to Recording, Electronic Music and Popular Music Courses in Britain

The first ever published guide to all Recording, Electronic Music and Music Courses available in Britain today.

Tonmeistering - The English Way
Feature

An in-depth look at what is probably the most well-respected training course for studio engineers: Surrey University's Tonmeister Sound Course.

Which Monitor?
Feature

Which Monitor? An overview of all monitor speakers reviewed thus far in HSR.

Phantom Powering the Realistic PZM
Feature

Our final modification to this inexpensive 'pressure zone microphone' makes the unit suitable for more professional applications.

Instant Multitracking
Feature

Instant multitracking with a pair of stereo tape recorders.

Headphone Amplification System
Feature

All the information you need to build this powerful 6 channel mono/stereo headphone amp - the solution to all your studio foldback problems.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Equipment Guide
Feature

Our regular update on what's available.

Home & Studio Recording - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

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