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International Musician & Recording World - August 1986

Editorial
Editorial

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Buzz
News

What Goes On

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Competition

International Musicians Of The Year Competition; £20,000 worth of prizes to be won

British Music Fair Preview
Show Report

It's the biggest! It's the best! It's the 1986 British Music Fair! Our man on the inside, Tony Mills tracks down the hottest gear of the year

Dread at the Controls
Feature

Artistic Control

Who keeps it when you sign your deal? You, or the record companies? Does it matter anyway? Keith Grant sounds out opinion from both sides of the Biz

Spitting Image
Interview

Phil Pope

The Spit's musical director and composer of the cretinous Chicken Song, Phil Pope, coughs it all up for Jim Betteridge

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Pro Perc

Billy Punter eschews electronic percussion and goes for the kit at Pro Perc

The Musical Micro
Feature

Rag Bags and Hotch Potch

Another grab-bag of micro-goodies from IM&RW's computer hack (or is that hacker?) Tony Mills

Bigger Science
Interview

Laurie Anderson

Multi-media artist Laurie has come a long way since O Superman. But has the heart gone out of her Art? Mark Dery and Tony Reed find out

Workbench
Feature

Phil 'D.I.Y.V.O.R.C.E' Walsh gets his head together — an HH Performer amp head, to be precise.

Open The Box
Interview

Colourbox

They're a brilliant Soul band. A dub-Reggae band. An avant-garde band. And they don't know how they do it. Or do they? Tony Reed asks the questions...

PA Column
Feature

Jim Betteridge witnesses the advent of the Screaming Blue Messiahs at the Town and Country Club

Beatroute
Feature

Matt Bianco

Paul Henderson searches out The Right One The Bright One; it's Matt Bianco

Brass
Feature

The Art Of Arranging

Ian Gardiner gets out the manuscript paper and tells you how to spread those blobs around

Local Heroes
Interview

Big Country

Born-again guitar heroes Big Country foresee even greater success for their latest album, The Seer. Overseeing their ambitions, our very own Ricky Gordon

Article Group:
Playback - Autumn 86

Review
Feature

Drums, Guitars, Effects, Keyboards

Step By Step
Feature

Vox Setting Charts Choosing Strings And Pickups.

Back to Back
Feature

Keith Emerson On Korg. Gordon Giltrap On MIDI Guitars Peter Oxendale On Sampling

Competition
Competition

Win A Guitar, Digital Delay Or Pickups

Sequential Prophet VS
Review

Synthcheck

Fingers on the joystick. Tony Mills at the controls

Shure Prologue Microphones
Review

Mikecheck

Curtis Schwartz gets expansive with some Shure condensers

Sabian Leopards
Review

CymbalCheck

Bob Henrit gets spots before his eyes

Tama Superstar
Review

DrumCheck

A new Superstar and Bob H get acquainted

Roland MC500 Microcomposer
Review

Sequencercheck

The return of the Microcomposer, featuring Tony Mills

Simmons TMI
Review

DrumCheck

Yet more MIDI manipulation, as Bob Henrit explores this trigger to MIDI converter

EMG Humbuckers
Review

AccessoryCheck

Dave Burrluck has a look at some square black things

Frazer Wyatt ZX100P
Review

AmpCheck

Paul Francis in cult classic Frazerhead!

Roland RD1000 Piano
Review

KeyboardCheck

Roland introduce the SAS and Jim Betteridge finds it makes a piano easier to yomp with.

Hohner Pro Series Guitar And Bass
Review

GuitarCheck, BassCheck

Dave Burrluck has a look at more guitars to lose your head over

Article Group:
Recording World

A breakdown of this month's Recording World section

Studio Diary
Feature

It's just another month in the diary, exploding monitors and mains fuses

The Producers
Interview

Chris Neil

Chas de Whalley chats to Chris Neil

Home Taping
Feature

The Big Dream

Tony Reed takes the high road to Kilburn

Track Record: Sinful
Feature

Pete Wylie

Well-known Brookside character Pete Wylie's latest outpouring, 'Sinful' is dissected by Tony Reed.

Tanrak Digital Delay/Sampler
Review

Studio Test

The sampler you can fit in your rack sampled by Tony Reed

Studio Of The Month
Feature

Eden Studios

Paul Bacon takes up his fig leaf and descends to Eden

MTR 12:8:2 Mixer
Review

Studio Test

Jim Betteridge explores every nuance of the MTR mixer, but still doesn't reveal what MTR stands for

News
News

Outbreak of war, latest football results and a tap-dancing spaniel. This is the news.

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

 

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