|Home & Studio Recording - June 1986|
Multitrack Cassette Recorder
Affordable cassette multitrack with a few unexpectedly sophisticated features.
MIDI to CV Interface
MIDI to CV conversion made simple.
Chris Denning, former Radio 1 DJ, tells you how to go about presenting a demo to record companies and what pitfalls to avoid.
More demo tapes reviewed this month than ever before.
Your Paul Hardcastle Aspirations!
Steve Howell takes up his razor blade once again and explains the basis for extended remixes.
Ben Duncan guides us through the mystic world of jack plugs and tells us why not to take them for granted.
This little brother to the SBX-80 overcomes a host of syncing problems.
John Harris and Shirley Gray take a look behind the scenes to find out how the tube is recorded and how much planning is necessary to produce the apparent unrehearsed chaos that we all know and love.
Time Machine Rack Series
Three signal processors that are available either in kit form or ready built.
Blue Weaver, former Bee-Gee and session musician takes Janet Angus round his new studio.
MTR have designed their own pro noise gate and it turns in a very convincing performance.
Paul Williams outlines the design for a high quality module that can be used as either a autopanner or an autofader.
Brother to the MT44D multitrack recorder, this little mixer has stood the test of time.
A guide to some of the new gear to be released at this year's APRS show.
H&SR takes a look at its first Australian studio. The locals couldn't give a Castleridgexxx for anything else.
A very impressive pair of studio monitors at the budget end of the market.
At last we can tell you who has won the nice shiny new Aphex Type C
A flexible 4-channel parametric equaliser.
A flick through the back issues.