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International Musician & Recording World - February 1986

Editorial
Editorial

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Competition

Three grand's worth of gear for a complete band, all for a 17p stamp

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Feedback

Copious correspondence, lovely letters, nasty notes, all in our own Band Aid

Buzz
News

The monthly miscellany gets stuck into the trivia

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Music Review

Beatroute
Feature

The Armoury Show

Paul Henderson sees their armoury of onstage gear

Vocal Points
Feature

The First Lady of lungs stages a live lesson

PA Column
Feature

UB40

Flying Scotsman Stuart Gillan watches UB40 make an exhibition of themselves North of the Border

Bad Vibrations
Interview

Big Audio Dynamite

Mick Jones' new outfit clash with Jim Betteridge

The Affordable World of Computer Music
Feature

The Musical Micro

More packages picked apart by Tony Mills

Communards Manifesto
Interview

The Communards

Tony Reed talks to Somerville and Coles, the Morecambe and Wise of agit-Pop

Workbench
Feature

Making A Foot Switch

Switched-on Phil 'the DIY-lithium crystals canna take it, cap'n' Walsh gets pedal powered

Young, Gifted And Blue
Interview

Fine Young Cannibals

This Roland Gift is nothing to do with the competition, says Mark Cordery

Radio Activity
Feature

Wonderful Radio Mike Hrano brings you a bulletin on how to get fair play on your airplay

Cole's Law
Interview

Lloyd Cole & The Commotions

Ricky Gordon fires questions at hot Cole

Kurzweil Expander
Review

Synthcheck

Paul Fishman, who always wanted to be bigger, expands to fit Kurzweil's keyboardless package

Roland Alpha Juno One
Review

Synthcheck

Is small beautiful? Jim Betteridge knows

Rims Headset
Review

Drumcheck

Bob Henrit comes out of his shell to review this minimalist masterpiece

Peavey Max Bass Amp & 3620 Cab
Review

AmpCheck

Hugely powerful and impressively loud. Martin Brassell, that is

Gibson Explorer Synth
Review

Guitarcheck

Plug in, lean back, legs apart — and sound like an accordionist. Tony Mills taxes the axe

Gladden Guitar Electronics
Review

Accessorycheck

Onboard electronics unravelled by unbored Dave Burrluck

Roland Octapad
Review

Drumcheck

Eight pads, one reviewer. Bob Henrit puts one over the eight

Dod 944 Chain Reaction
Review

Effectscheck

Dave Burrluck stuffs everything into one box and sets off to find DOD

Article Group:
Recording World

Studio Diary
Feature

The multitrack Wisden strolls up the stumps once again

The Producers
Feature

Wally Badarou

Wally Badarou gets together with Chas de Whalley and puzzles over their possible family relationship

Rebis RA226 Digital Sampler
Review

Studio Test

Curtis Schwartz on the rack

JHS Spring Reverb SL5300
Review

Studio Test

Cheap and effective, like our own spring chicken Jim Betteridge

Home Taping
Feature

Richard Walmsley goes to Basingstoke to find two Fostex fans

News
News

It's the latest. It's the greatest. It's the mostest. Oops

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

 

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