|Home & Studio Recording - December 1985|
Ben Duncan looks at this cassette recorder to see if it can cope with life in the studio.
It's more than a Portastudio; 8-track reel-to-reel and mixing facilities all in one unit - the Tascam 388.
An Empty Wallet
Budget effects units for those of us with tight wallets.
An inside look at one of the most popular recording courses both in this country and abroad.
A reverb pedal for guitarists? Paul White discovers the truth about the Dod FX45.
Producer & Composer | David Mitcham
Janet Angus talks to Dave about making the change between audio and video recording and the issues and problems involved.
Vesta Kozo DIG-420
Following their DIG-411 delay line: Vesta Kozo have now introduced this unit that is first and foremost a sampler and it can be used under keyboard control.
Possibly the cheapest rack mounting digital delay in the known universe. Paul White examines the DX99RM DDL from John Hornby Skewes.
Multitapped Analogue Delay
More in the budget effects saga-an analogue delay line with a difference.
Rockfield has a long and colourful history stretching back to the era of hippies and free festivals. Paul White finds out what goes on there now.
...of Tannoy DTM-8 Monitors. Compact monitoring for the compact studio.
Having been involved with a bewildering number of projects in the past, Patrick Moraz and Graham Edge, keyboardist and drummer with The Moody Blues talk about their current work.
for Rock 'n' Roll
Ben Duncan looks at the design philosophy behind a modern power amplifier. If you don't understand it just be seen reading it and it will improve your credibility.
No project from Tanrak, this month as Paul Williams refuses to leave his R&D lab until next month. The charming and eloquent Dr Simon Bateson steps in to fill the breech with a level matcher that could save civilisation as we know it.