|Home & Studio Recording - March 1989|
The successor to Akai's industry standard S900 hits the streets.
The new Human Rhythm Composer goes where no TR808 has gone before, into previously uncharted territories of feel and nuance.
A set of tasty samples in a box no bigger than an FB01 comes under scrutiny. And it's not expensive.
Five From America
A clutch of books for the beginning or serious recordist.
Our series continues with the voice, whether synthetic, sampled or the real thing.
The long-awaited new box from Alesis gives the user access to up to four simultaneous high quality effects.
Jethro Tull's main man takes us behind the fish farmer exterior and into his home studio.
This subharmonic synthesiser promises to do for your bottom end what an aural exciter does for your top.
Guitar Amp Simulator
With packaging similar to the MTS-30, Tascam's latest gives us a decent attempt at getting a guitar amp sound in a box.
Software for the Atari ST
This program could clear a few creative cobwebs and give your music a bit of a boost.
Personal Multitrack Recorder
Built-in digital reverb and three - yes, three - speeds are just some of the facilities hiding inside this new cassette multitracker.
A new range of American mics that sound and look good.
Ben Duncan delves even further into the wires that connect it all together.
All that was new and all that was interesting at the this year's sojourn into Germany.
For all of you that have ever thought, 'If only I could build my own 24-track studio, I'd have it made', we present this cautionary tale.