|Home & Studio Recording - March 1986|
Your demos come under the constructive scrutiny of Shirley Gray.
A speaker suitable for car, snowmobile or studio... Ben Duncan investigates.
A brief look at the basics of this important synchronisation system.
A truly classy digital reverb at a sensible price.
This budget cassette multitracker should give the competition a run for its money.
Simon is both a musician and a producer. This month he talks to Paul White about, amongst other things, his work doing 12" remixes for Nik Kershaw.
The Yamaha REV1, possibly the most sophisticated digital reverb on the market.
Your chance to win the fabulous Aphex C Aural Exciter — and it won't cost you a penny.
John started his career as a tape op and worked his way up. He is now a respected engineer and producer as well as being a great supporter of ambisonic recording.
Acoustic Guitar Miking Techniques
More from Ken Dibble on miking up the acoustic guitar.
(The best that is)
If you're planning to wire up a small studio, then this short series is for you. Part one looks at cable harnesses and associated problems.
Would you believe that Boss have come up with anew flanger pedal, the HF2?
MTRs new 12:8:2 Series 2 in-line desk should solve a few cash flow problems for 8-track owners.
Ben Duncan waxes lyrical in his own immortal style.
More from Paul Williams on this exciting new addition to the Tantek range.