|Home & Studio Recording - February 1986|
VU and PPM meters explained.
Yamaha's RX21 Drum Machine offers a lot of sound for very little outlay.
A self-contained analogue drum synth from ultimate Percussion.
John Harris draws on personal experience to reveal some of the problems encountered when recording TV pop music programmes.
Digital Audio Processor
Sony's budget digital sound processor lets you record high quality sound on a domestic video recorder.
Janet Angus talks to Peter Wingfield about his career as a songwriter and producer.
Once More for the Viewers at Home
The Rebis RA226 Sampler gets the H&SR treatment.
Digital Effects Processor
This sophisticated processor is more than just a new digital reverb.
A mixer that is equally at home on the road and in the studio.
The popular Scintillator has now been updated.
An interesting approach to experimental music using clocks as a basis for rhythm generation. Digital watches are right out.
This month we focus on the hows, whys and whats of sampling.
Dual Compressor/limiter Gate
A compressor/limiter with programme dependent characteristics.
The Boss DC2 stereo chorus pedal gives the same effects as the highly acclaimed Roland Dimension D but at a fraction of the cost.
Ben Duncan explains instability... and he should know!
A Driver-Stage Dissection
More from that maestro of the multimeter, Ben Duncan.
Tantek's most ambitious project to date.