Home & Studio Recording - May 1985
A brief look at the new bits and pieces that make life interesting.
Rack Mounting Versatility from Cutec
Another chance to enter this competition where all you have to do is compose a 60 second radio jingle for TDK tapes and you could hear your masterpiece broadcast on radio, become the proud owner of a complete Yamaha MT44 Home Studio System worth £1000 or some Shure PE microphones and loads of TDK cassettes! Full details on entry form on pages 14/15.
The first part of a new series on recording and signal processing. This month we look at a few simple ways of making a vocal part sound more interesting.
Keep the world at bay with this simple but effective DIY design.
Give your old MM desk a new lease of life as a recording mixer with a few simple mods.
4 Channel Multitrack Tape Deck
Now it can be told. Martin Sheehan tells reporters of his secret life with a Teac A3440.
Dave Simpson relates the saga of how his recording dreams became a reality. The Thatched Cottage sixteen track studio must be every home recordist's idea of a success story.
More comment and constructive analysis of your recording. Everybody seems to be going 16 track but the transition is not without its problems.
Just when you thought noise was a thing of the past... Gremlins are back - in a studio near you.
Designed to be used in conjunction with last month's multi-Delay project, this module helps to create chorus and flanging effects.
Nev Barker explains the workings of his private studio and why the name met with so much resistance.
An explanation of psychoacoustic signal enhancers and their possible applications.
Studio Designer | Andy Munro
Top studio designer talks to Janet Angus.
Ben Duncan continues the saga.
A selective listing of what's available for the home recordist.