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International Musician & Recording World - October 1986

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Buzz
News

Mick Jagger at IM party? True! Fame, fortune and the low-down on what goes down.

British Music Fair Review
Show Report

The assembled masses of the IM review department wax lyrical over their selected favourites from this year's music fair.

Rob's Revenge
Interview

Robert Palmer

The urbane Mr Palmer talks to Hank Bordowitz about crossing over from cult status to general acceptance.

PA Column
Feature

Sigue Sigue Sputnik

Look no backing tapes! Sigue Sigue Sputnik play live without the aid of a safety net, Jim Betteridge fumbles for his ear plugs.

The Musical Micro
Feature

How To Save £54,800

Tony Mills makes a meal of the most interesting musical microprocessing around.

Working World
Interview

Working Week

Working Week take a break to chat to Tony Reed on the subjects of pop, politics, and the importance of dance.

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Project Electronic Music

The Man surfaces in Middlesex, home of Project Electronics Music. En garde!

Shades of Yello
Interview

Yello

Back to nature with Boris Blank. Tony Reed listens intently to technical talk about dripping water, talking drums and mountain ranges.

Workbench
Feature

Sounding Out

Phil Walsh is in complete remote control, and tells you how to mix on a budget.

Beatroute: Zodiac Mindwarp and The Love Reaction
Feature

Zodiac Mindwarp

Paul Henderson tells you exactly where to put a Sleazegrinder

Fixx Facts
Interview

The Fixx

The Fixx are big in American. Chris Holland-Hill, who's big in Hemel Hempstead, finds out why.

Yamaha Electronic Percussion System
Review

Drumcheck

In the drumbooth, no-one can hear you scream... Bob Henrit discovers Yamaha's wild-styled Electronic percussion system.

Ensoniq ESQ1
Review

SynthCheck

Ensoniq's new baby gets a warm welcome from Tony Mills.

Fender Jaguar
Review

GuitarCheck

Dave Burrluck dons swimming trunks and picks up his surfboard to review this reissue of famous sixties favourite, the Fender Jag

JB Self Lock
Review

AccessoryCheck

Another of those handy little things you wish you'd thought of investigated by Dave Burrluck.

Stepp DG1 Guitar Synth
Review

GuitarCheck

Paul Fishman avoids all references to giant leaps for mankind, but still likes Stepp's digital guitar synth

Korg DDD1 Drum Machine
Review

RhythmCheck

The drum machine you can hit, and get something more than an ex-drum machine. Reed administers the blows.

Steinberg Pro 24
Review

SoftwareCheck

Sometimes Musical Micro just ain't big enough to hold down a piece of really macho software... Tony Mills grabs a suddenly floppy disk, and enters the cage.

Casio CZ-1
Review

SynthCheck

At last a fully professional, touch-sensitive, Phase Distortion synth! Jim Betteridge waves goodbye to auto-accompaniment forever.

Custom Sound Lead Combo
Review

AmpCheck

A carpet-covered Cub. But can it cut the rug? Jim Betteridge takes the floor.

Remo Superbeat
Review

Drumcheck

Bob Henrit back in the land of real drums, with the latest from Remo

Article Group:
Recording World

A roundup of this month's Recording World section.

Studio Diary
Feature

Back on the master tape trail with tireless tracker Trynka. Stars watch out! You've been found out...

The Producers
Interview

Paul Stavely O'Duffy

Chas de Whalley, Paul Stavely O'Duffy, and the Get Down Mixdown Factor.

Studio Of The Month
Feature

Angel Music

Trynka trucks up to Hull, and hears the sound of Angels. Odd boy.

Alesis Midifex
Review

Studio Test

The MIDIverb set new standards for low-price, high quality digital reverb. Can the MIDIfex do the same for even more digital effects? Curtis Schwartz reports.

Track Record: Stan Ridgeway
Feature

Stan Ridgeway

Jim Betteridge talks to Stan Ridgeway about his unlikely hit Camoflage

Miking Music
Feature

Betteridge back again, with a step-by-step guide to the mysteries of mike technique.

Home Taping
Feature

A church, a portastudio, and a blue hippopotamus? Well, what do you expect from a band called Sam-I-Am?

News
News

Another month's worth of hot products.

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

 

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