|Home & Studio Recording - April 1986|
All the Fun of the Fair
What's new in the way of equipment including the latest from the Frankfurt show.
A brief look at the difference between true stereo and panned mono with a few mixing hints thrown in.
Bokse US-8 Synchroniser
This British product solves a surprising number of interfacing problems between machines designed to run on different time code systems. Peter Roythorne investigates.
Neville Unwin talks to Talk Talk about their approach to music.
Martin Goldman examines the dos and don'ts of tape machine maintenance.
The concluding part of our short series on studio wiring based around the Fostex B16.
These multi-purpose speakers can be used as studio monitors, PA speakers or instrument speakers.
Graham hasn't been idle since his 10CC days. Paul White talks to him about his new musical venture... Wax.
An unbelievable digital reverb at an even more unbelievable price.
Teczon Dub Multi 4x4
Currently the least expensive cassette multitracker to offer simultaneous recording on all four channels.
A look at some of the spring reverb units currently in circulation.
Ben Duncan brings us up to date with Adam's career.
TC Electronics TC1210
This offering from TC Electronics proves to be more than just another chorus/flanger, as Simon Croft discovers.
Your demos constructively appraised by Shirley Gray.
A cost effective in-line mixing console aimed at the budget 16-track user.
Aural Excitement on a budget.
Ben Duncan goes on at length...
Part three of this fascinating project from Paul Williams.