|Home & Studio Recording - October 1985|
The British Music Fair
What's new in the shops and what we saw at the fair.
A fresh look at the production model of the Akai S612 MIDI controlled sound sampler by Steve Howell.
Roland SRV2000 Reverberator
Roland's first digital reverb unit is all set to make a huge impact on the market.
Dave Ward enthuses over this very useful aid to multitrack control.
Some people look upon the prospect of recording an acoustic drum kit with dread. It needn't be that daunting if you follow a few simple guidelines.
Paul Nash relates the saga of Holly Community Centre Studio.
A budget DDL of surprising quality and versatility.
Multitrack Cassette Recorder
Neville Unwin puts this sophisticated home studio package through its paces.
A guitar must be properly set up before it can do its player justice and nowhere is this more important than in the studio. H&SR shows you how.
This long awaited product is now available and offers first class digital reverb along with a host of stereo DDL effects.
Janet Angus and Mark Dearnley discuss various facets of the recording industry including his production work with AC/DC.
Tim Goodyer looks at this MIDI link.
Paul White talks to Tony Visconti about his career, his production methods and his plans for the future.
From the immortal pen of Ben Duncan comes the penultimate part of this epic reference work.
Another module for the Tantek rack from the drawing board of Paul Williams.