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International Musician & Recording World - February 1986 (Frankfurt)

Editorial
Editorial

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Where we let you bend our ears

Buzz
News

In a world that's constantly changing

Stateside Manoeuvres
Interview

OMD

The two man band out manoeuvring in the USA put Tony Mills in the picture

A Question Of Reading
Feature

Eight top pop players and producers discuss the necessity of notation. Richard Walmsley chairs the debate

The Musical Micro
Feature

Happy Christmas?!

Tony Mills looks back at Xmas 85, to see whether what you got for it was worth getting

Beatroute
Feature

Marillion

Paul Henderson on the preparations that go into the Fish dish

Tona De Brett's Vocal Points
Feature

Singing In A Recording Studio

La Professora pops into the recording studio with a few more handy singing tips

A Heart To Heart With Feargal Sharkey
Interview

Feargal Sharkey

The cousin of Kevin tells Richard Walmsley of his life as a lone tone

Van Hagar?
Interview

Van Halen

The Roth-less band with a Hagar at the helm. Michael Smolen meets the headman

PA Column: Elton John
Feature

Elton John

If you saw an awkward figure stumbling between the stacks, that was Jim Betteridge

Frankfurt Preview
Show Report

The shape of things to come

Tony Reed goes back to the future for the Frankfurt forecast

Korg DW8000
Review

SynthCheck

Tony Mills toys with the latest Korgi and gets enthusiastic

Yamaha BX-1
Review

BassCheck

Dave Burrluck keeps his head with a headless newcomer

Boss Dimension C & Hi Band Flanger
Review

EffectsCheck

Dave Burrluck steps into another dimension and gets high

Yamaha DX100
Review

SynthCheck

Jim Betteridge gets broody over the baby of the DX range

Simmons MTM
Review

RhythmCheck

Future perfect and future possibilities. Bob Henrit on Simmons' new trigger unit

Skyslip DX ROM & RAMs
Review

AccessoryCheck

ROM wasn't built in a day opines Jim Betteridge

Article Group:
Recording World

Philistine producer Ian Broudie talks about Bunnys on page 120... Audio Technica's 'permastudio' on page 124... at home with Daniel Dax, page 128... the incredibly versatile Lexicon PCM70 is on page 132... the making of Queen's 'One Vision' is on page 136... but first...

Studio Diary
Feature

The Pepys of the music world writes another chapter

The Producers
Feature

Ian Broudie

Chas de Whalley talks about the prime of Mr Ian Broudie

Audio Technica AT-RMX64 'Portastudio'
Review

Studio Test

The portastudio that would be Nassau

Home Taping
Feature

Danielle Dax

Richard Walmsley meets the Wolfgirl and discovers the Dax-sound

Lexicon PCM 70 Digital Effects Processor
Feature

Studio Test

A bargain? From Lexicon? Curtis Schwartz thinks so

Track Record: Queen
Feature

Queen

Jim Betteridge gives Mack the Knife

News
News

More bits that won't be at Frankfurt

Article Group:
Playback

Featuring Korg and Vox and much more

Review
News

Back to Back
Feature

Yes

Art of Voice
News

Anne Dudley

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

 

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