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Home & Studio Recording - January 1986

Leader
Editorial

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Music Review

There is no truth in the rumour that John and Shirley have hired a JCB to help them sift through the mountain of readers' demos.

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Index

Every article written in H&SR this year and where to find it.

The JBL Story
Feature

Paul White drops in on Mark Gander at the JBL factory in North ridge, Los Angeles in the hope of getting a free tour jacket.

Sound Craftmanship
Review

The Soundcraft 200B.

Tranthax Revisited
Feature

Despite popular demand we present the second part of our epic annual science fiction series.

Making the Most of... Part 9
Feature

Acoustic Guitar

Recording the acoustic guitar.

Susstudio
Feature

The Excitement Mounts (in a 19" Rack Box)
Review

Aphex Aural Exciter Type C

Adventure on the high Cs.

dB or not dB
Feature

— Dat is de Question

Paul White does his level best to unscrew the inscrutable.

At Home In The Studio
Feature

Adam Asiz

Fostex Model 80 8-track Tape Recorder
Review

Eight track for the reel world

Tim Hunt - Recording Engineer
Interview

Tim Hunt

Tim talks to Janet Angus about his work as engineer at Marcus Studios and gives his views on microphone technique and natural ambience.

An APT Solution
Review

The C-ducer Acoustic Percussion Trigger.

Producers' Corner
Feature

Neville Unwin attempts to shed some light on contemporary production and arrangement.

Hot Licks and Fast Runs
Feature

The editor strikes back with a creation all his own.

A step by step guide to constructing, testing and fault finding your own curry.

Spring in the Air
Review

A budget spring reverb from JHS.

Phantom Power Module
Feature

Paul Williams returns to the fold with another addition to the popular Tantek rack.

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

 

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