Magazine Archive

Home -> Magazines -> Issues -> Articles in this issue



International Musician & Recording World - May 1986

Editorial
Editorial

This article has no OCR bodytext.Feedback
Feedback

Barry Took, eat your heart out

Buzz
News

Hubbub from the hub of the biz

Defender Rhodes
Interview

Nick Rhodes

Boots No 7 or Fairlight Series 3? Tony Reed trades fashion tips with the Duran and Arcadia ivory-tinkler

Keeping It Simple
Interview

Simple Minds

Ricky Gordon gets to grips with Mind men Burchill and McNeil. Strings and keys - simplicity!

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Busker Music

Billy Punter puts out feelers in the Fulham Road — and finds Busker Music.

Tona De Brett's Vocal Points
Feature

Queries answered...

Our first lady of song sorts out your traumas

Beatroute
Feature

The Pogues

The Pogues, Paul Henderson, and probably a lot of Guinness

Workbench
Feature

Pot Pourri

Phil 'D.I.Y.. YI. Like you verry much' Walsh with another handful of handy hints

The Musical Micro
Feature

Sweet Sixteen Bits

Tony Mills on the latest software for two 'pro' micros — the IBM PC, and the increasingly wonderful Atari ST

Independence Day
Feature

Getting a deal is one thing — bringing out your own disc, from demo to finished product — is something else. Tony Mills lays it on the line...

A Date With The Cramps
Interview

The Cramps

Shake, rattle and howl: The Cramps are back with a bang. Facing them, with nary a whimper: Tony Reed

The Adams Family
Interview

Bryan Adams

Tony Horkins confesses a closet liking for the king of Canadian A.O.R. Let the kids rock...

Premier Powerpak
Review

DrumCheck

Premier take the plunge with their first electronic kit. Bob Henrit goes in at the deep end

Technics & Yamaha Electronic Pianos
Review

KeyboardCheck

Richard Walmsley on the State of the Joanna

Ashbory Mini-Bass
Review

BassCheck

As featured on Tomorrows World — a rubber bass! No, no really — well, a rubber-stringed bass, anyway. Dave Burrluck finds out it isn't such a daft idea after all.

Pearl World Series WX-22D-5D
Review

DrumCheck

Bob Henrit takes on the World; Pearl's new mid-range five-piece acoustic kit

Celestion Sidewinders
Review

SpeakerCheck

The Armoury Show's Russell Webb lends an ear to Celestion's new computer-aided Sidewinders, cheap speakers with a high-class sound

Trace Elliot AH 350X Amp & 1818X Cab
Review

AmpCheck

Trace Elliot surprise everyone by bringing out an amp-cab set up smallerthan the average semidetached. Martin Brassel moves in fora closer look

Roland TR 505 Rhythm Composer
Review

RhythmCheck

The widest variety of sampled voices for the least money vet — Tony Reed tries out Roland's latest MIDI drum box

Korg Digital Voice Processor DVP-1
Review

EffectsCheck

Is it a vocoder? Is it a harmoniser? It's both — and a bit more, besides, as Jim Betteridge finds out.

Article Group:
Recording World

Producer Steve Harvey's sweet soul simplified on page 114... Chris & Cozy at home on page 118... sleek Seck mixer on page 120... Studio of the month goes to Scotland, Ca Va actually on page 125... how the Art of Noise put the twang back into Duane Eddy on page 126... Yamaha's show stopping SPX90 digital multi effects processor is on page 131... but first...

Studio Diary
Feature

More from the world of pine cladding and deep-pile carpet

The Producers
Feature

Steve Harvey

Chas de Whalley gets down with the Scottish Sultan of Soul, Steve Harvey

Home Taping
Feature

Chris and Cosey

Tony Reed chats to Chris and Cosey, a duo who've taken the DIY ethic further than most

Seck 1882 Mixer
Review

Studio Test

Jim Betteridge on Seck... drugs and Rock'n' Roll?

Studio Of The Month
Feature

Cava Sound Workshops

Stuart Gillan on Cava, a studio that's doing alright in Glasgow

Track Record: The Art Of Noise
Feature

Peter Gunn | Art of Noise

Jim Betteridge plays 'Hunt the Aled Jones sample.'

Yamaha SPX90 Effects Processor
Review

Studio Test

A multitude of digital effects in a single box for only £600

News
News

More dispatches from the music wars

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

 

Please Contribute to mu:zines by supplying magazines, scanning or donating funds. Thanks!

Monetary donations go towards site running costs, and the occasional coffee for me if there's anything left over!
muzines_logo_02

Small Print

Terms of usePrivacy