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International Musician & Recording World - November 1985

Editorial
Editorial

This article has no OCR bodytext.Competition
Competition

A Washburn G-10V, a 250 watt stereo Session amp head and two Session 2X12 cabs to be won

Article Group:
Roland Newslink Autumn 85

Roland News
News

Plus Prize Crossword

Roland Product News
News

Pianos: expansion & tuition

The Studio That Tom Built
Feature

Tom Robinson

Turbo-charged recording techniques

Special Effects
Feature

A Producer's Guide

The Paul Wiffen production guide

The Hit Kit!
Feature

Hot percussion news

Sound And Fury
Feature

The story of one man and his synthesizer | Gary Numan

The Numan face of synthesis

Amplification
Feature

Your 'which knobs matter' guide

Shaping the Bass
Feature

Bass synthesizer examined

On The Spot
News

Roland Dealer News

Input
Feedback

Alan's Answers

This article has no OCR bodytext.Feedback
Feedback

A Luddite writes, a Hollander ponders and they're just the better letters

Buzz
News

Drums get beaten, synths tinkled and demos hammered in the encapsulated everything section this month

This article has no OCR bodytext.Demo Corner
Music Review

Library Music
Feature

Nigel Bates

Just the ticket? How to do it yourself explained by Richard Walmsley

Ripping Yarns
Interview

Robert Palmer

The Bahamas boy talks tunes and tides with Adrian Deevoy

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Andertons Music

You've got to 'and it to Andertons, says Billy Punter

PA Column
Feature

Lloyd Cole & The Commotions

Lloyd Cole and the Commotions take the high road to Glasgow; Stuart Gillian gets the lowdown

Waits And Measures
Interview

Tom Waits

A voice like the water running out of the bath; an interview by Chris Maillard

Workbench - Part 2
Feature

Group Lighting Board

Phil 'DIYse up' Walsh sheds yet more light on your band

The Plight of the Left
Feature

When is Left Right?

Sinister Tony Reed takes the side of the left-handed musician

Re-Mixed Blessings
Interview

Paul Hardcastle

The Remix Man. But he was stumped by Adrian Deevoy

Born In The USA
Feature

The Musical Micro

Tony Mills gets up to Yankee panky with some Stateside software

Hanging Around
Interview

The Men They Couldn't Hang

Our man Chris Maillard meets the Men for a man-to-Men chat

Beatroute: The Jesus And Mary Chain
Feature

The Jesus and Mary Chain

New Punk? Young Blood? Pop Demolishers? No, just Paul Henderson

Tona De Brett's Vocal Points
Feature

Choosing A Teacher

Sing out with Tona's bona fide guide to melodic yelling

Gary Moore
Interview

Gary Moore

The blurred fingers of the guitar star focussed by the blurred gaze of Richard Walmsley

Atari 520ST MIDI Computer
Review

Computercheck

"Wow! Space Invaders!" says Jeremy Vine. Naff off, I'm a fully musical MIDI-capable micro, says the 520ST.

Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000
Review

Keyboardcheck

More money means Mirage-mangling, maybe? Tony Mills sizes up the latest sampling supersynth

Roland Digital Drum Set
Review

Drumcheck

Bob Henrit misses the Kinks to hit the kit

Casio SZ1 MIDI Sequencer
Review

Sequencercheck

Casio get further into the pro market, Chris Jenkins gets into their newie

Yamaha RX21
Review

Rhythmcheck

£249 buys this little beauty. Bob Henrit, of course, is much cheaper

Tannoy DTM8 Monitors
Review

Speakercheck

Jim Betteridge pins his ears back and gets his hopes up

Vigier Passion Carbon Graphite & ROM Pack
Review

Guitarcheck

Carbon, but no copy concludes Dave Burrluck

Washburn G-10V and G-20V
Review

Guitarcheck

French, Japanese, Dave B takes them all on

Article Group:
Recording World

Studio Diary
Feature

A half-page of wit from Adrian Deevoy. Or should that be...

The Producers
Feature

Dan Hartman

Dan Hartman takes Chas De Whalley to the US of AOR

Bel BD240 Digital Delay Processor
Review

Studio Test

A peace of magic, or no Bel prize? Curtis Schwartz judges

Studio Of The Month
Feature

The Workhouse Studios

The Workhouse schows Schwartz itsch schuperschtudios

Track Record: Bowie & Jagger
Feature

David Bowie, Mick Jagger

All profits from Tony Horkins' features go to Live Aid

Home Taping
Feature

The column that makes recording rewarding. Chris Maillard's got it taped

News
News

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International Musician & Recording World - Copyright: Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.

 

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