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Home & Studio Recording - September 1985

Leader
Editorial

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Fast Forward
News

A look ahead at what's new in the shops.

The Scintillator
Review

A professional stereo enhancer at a affordable price.

MIDI - An Introduction
Feature

As MIDI begins to make inroads into the studio, Simon Trask examines its fundamental applications.

Robin Millar
Interview

Robin Millar

Janet Angus talks to Robin about practically everything.

The TDK Competition Results
Competition

H&SR names the winners and Mark Fishlock reports on the proceedings.

Roland Digital Delay SDE2500
Review

More MIDI magic from Roland.

TAC Scorpion 16:8:2 Mixing Console
Review

A British mixer built to survive.

Return to Zero Part 8
Feature

More About Microphones

Dave Simpson winds up the section on microphones with a few words on impedance matching and balancing

Roland TR707
Review

A digital rhythm machine ideally suited to life in the studio.

Simmons SDS9
Review

Worth its weight in microphones and Gaffa tape.

Making the Most of...
Feature

Drum Machines and Electronic Percussion

Martin Sheehan looks at recording drum machines and electronic percussion

Susstudio
Feature

Infinite Flanger Part 10
Feature

Paul Williams adds yet another module to the modular effects rack.

ART DR2 Digital Reverb
Review

A surprisingly flexible and easy to use unit that offers first class results.

Drawmer DL221 Dual Compressor Limiter
Review

An intelligent, multi-purpose compressor.

Studio Mains Supplies Part 4
Feature

In the fourth part of the series, Ben Duncan deals with interference and possible remedies for it.

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

 

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