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International Musician & Recording World - September 1986

Editorial
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The letters page that bites back

Buzz
News

Rumbles from the music biz jungle

Man Made Music
Interview

Mantronix

Pete Gleadall runs up a transatlantic phone bill waiting for hip-hop whizzkid Mantronik to finish his hamburger and explain why the TR808 is still his favourite drum machine.

Beatroute
Feature

That Petrol Emotion

Paul 'No fuelling' Henderson gets the lowdown on this high-octane act

Workbench
Feature

Phil Walsh solves all your lead connection problems at once with his handy multi-way junction box. What a clever boy he is!

The Cultural Revolution
Interview

The Cult

Are The Cult hippies? Do they like guitar solos? Do they know what other people think of them, and do they care? Chris Maillard has the answers....

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Kingfisher Music

Billy Punter dons naval drag and trolls down to Fleet, home of Kingfisher Music

Awopbopaloomopalopbamboom or Bust
Interview

Little Richard

The original Mr. Electrify in a very, er, um.. frank interview about Sex 'n' Drugs 'n' Rock 'n' roll — the first time round, Iain Blair spares no blushes

The Famous Five: Synths
Feature

In the second of an occasional series, Bass takes a look at his favourite five synth classics

What's What
Feature

Paul Trynka, that's what, on why little amps are sometimes louder than big ones

Playing With Fur
Interview

Psychedelic Furs

Breaking American, expensive recordings and living with your own history — Paul Trynka swaps top hats and tall tales with Furs guitarist John Ashton

The Musical Micro
Feature

The Micro Guitar

Tony Mills uncovers some software for—guitarists! Whatever will they think or next?

PA Column
Feature

Simple Minds

One day, all PA columns will be like this... Jim Betteridge checks out Simple Minds' little bash at the Milton Keynes Bowl

Article Group:
Roland Newslink - Autumn 1986

Link Lines
Editorial

The 1986 Synthesizer Tape Contest
Competition

Your chance to win an Alpha Juno or TR505

One in a Marillion
Interview

Marillion

Alan Townsend braves an interview

BMF Product News
News

Four pages packed with news hot from BMF

Working with Boss Micro-Rack Effects
Feature

David Kenny gives these units the once-over

MC-500 MIDI Real Time Recorder
Feature

Songwriter/musician Nick Graham gets to grips with the MC500

Competition Results
Competition

Lots of info about who has won what

Where Are They Now?
Feature

Roland Demonstrators make Good! | Guy Fletcher

History catches up with Roland musicians

Computer Page
Feature

Roland MKS-7 Super Quartet

A look at the role of the MKS-7

Input
Feedback

Your questions answered

Ensoniq SDP-1
Review

KeyboardCheck

Tony Hastings and Paul Trynka assess the latest entrant into the increasingly competitive sampled piano stakes

Simmons SDE
Review

DrumCheck

Bob Henrit encounters the latest black box from Uncle Dave — a dedicated drum voice expander for electronic drum kits

Fernandez Revolver Bass And RST-50 Guitar
Review

GuitarCheck

Dave Burrluck is pleasantly surprised by yet another pair of Japanese clones

Electrovoice EV1503
Review

SpeakerCheck

Russell Webb is bowled over by Electrovoice's brilliant, but not cheap, three-way speaker system

Akai MIDI Effects
Review

EffectsCheck

Two little boxes to let your MIDI gear do more than you ever thought possible — Curtis Schwartz reports

Tosco Rotocasts
Review

CymbalCheck

Bob Henrit back again with a look at a value-for-money range of Italian cymbals

Shadow MIDI Guitar System
Review

GuitarCheck

Who knows how good a MIDI add-on for your guitar can be? The Shadow knows, as Paul Trynka finds out....

Charvel 2B Bass
Review

BassCheck

A Japanese bass with an American background on sale in Britain. Confused? You won't be, as Dave Burrluck explains the whole thing...

Article Group:
Recording World

A breakdown of this month's Recording World section

Studio Diary
Feature

Food fans flip out! Forget recording — what do Pop stars eat while they're working? Lovable liquid-luncher and hardened drinker Trynka tucks in. Bon appetit!

The Producers
Interview

John Williams

Chas de Whalley talks to the other John Williams about his recent work with chart-toppers The Housemartins

Boss RPS-10 Pitch Shifter/Delay
Review

Studio Test

Jim Betteridge finds himself in harmony with the latest addition to the Microrack range

Drawmer M401 MIDMAN
Review

Studio Test

Curtis Schwartz assesses a new departure for Drawmer — a 'MIDI management system'

Home Taping
Feature

Giddy young thing Paul Bacon talks to Vertigo about their hopes of scaling the heights of success, the demo-tape route

Track Record: Brilliant Mind
Feature

Furniture

Betteridge surfaces again to quiz producer Mick Glossop about his work on Furniture's hit, Brilliant Mind

News - Show Special
Show Report

This month, we've devoted all of our news pages to two special show reports; from Chicago's NAMM fest, and London's APRS — the products which'll be making next year's news...

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

 

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