|International Musician & Recording World - February 1985|
Eat your case book, Claire Rayner
The hot poop from the Pop world
Adrian Deevoy goes larynx-in-hand to seek advice from Britain's most swinging singing teacher, Tona de Brett
Phil Walsh DIYversifies to take a look at effects pedals
The Beat goes on and to New York where Paul Gallotta met up with Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger
Billy Punter travels to Humbucker Music in Leicester in the hope that he'll pick up a bargain
PAUL YOUNG + The Royal Family | Paul Young
Paul Young introduces Paul Henderson to the Royal Family's equipment
Tony Horkins lays his hands on Tom, Alanna and Joe and squeezes out the technical secrets
...Session Musician. Jim Betteridge kicks off a new series with a frank look at the prospect of becoming a hired player
Why does Stan file his fingers? Phil Bashe get the facts from The Man behind Slap'n' Pop...
...while Paul Gallotta discovers how bass got its top end from the Yes man
The mouth behind Nik Kershaw opens to Mike Hrano
Al Jarreau's band itemised and analysed by Jim Betteridge
Tony Mills on digital sequencers
A roundup of all the available music software including Island Logic, Greengate and MusiCal.
It's Mark King time again. A handmade beauty with a gorgeous body. The bass, not Mark King
Small, digital and reviewed by Curtis Schwartz
Paul Bacon (Egon's brother?) puts the 16watt demon through its paces
The Fender Rhodes is re-born. Jim Betteridge gets down to some serious Jazz Funking
Looks like a heap of Teflon saucepans, sounds like a million dollars
It's that time of the month again...
Chas de Whalley encounters his old pal Huey Lewis to discuss the merits of self-production
Win a Westone Thunder guitar and bass. It's a steal!
Hansa Berlin can produce quality demos on a Yamaha MT-44. Martin Moody got right on the case
The Music Works
Patrick Hunt gives Music Works the once over
"Go and buy one," urges Graeme Pleeth
The latest from downtown trade and productsville
The shape of Combos to come!