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International Musician & Recording World - November 1986

Editorial
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You talk; we listen. Makes a change, dunnit?

Buzz
News

Everything you didn't want to know and couldn't be bothered to ask

The Musician - A Profile
Feature

Who you are, what you're worth, your chances of success... Geoff Wills analyses the average musician

PA Column
Feature

Prince

Jim Betteridge takes his purple paisley shirt down to Wembley, and catches small but perfectly-formed American Prince in the act

Bon An' Me
Interview

Bon Jovi

Rising young rockers Bon Jovi sell hundreds of thousand of records, own lots of guitars, and look disgustingly healthy. It's enough to make Patrick Dutch throw up...

Beatroute: It Bites
Feature

It Bites

Ouch! Paul Henderson discovers It Bites

Richard's Things
Interview

Keith Richards

Rock 'n' Roll history made flesh, albeit somewhat decayed flesh, talks about clean living, composing, and the pursuit of happiness.

The Musical Micro
Feature

Of Mice And Micros

Tony Mills, micros which start with the letter 'A', and a lot of software

Workbench
Feature

Remote Control System

Phil 'DI — Why do I have to endure these terrible puns' Walsh with the second part of his remote control project for amps

To Hull And Back
Interview

With The Housemartins | The Housemartins

What a nice, ordinary, loveable bunch of geezers they are, Paul Trynka declares

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Take Note Music

A music shop which only sells one product — and it isn't an instrument? Well, not quite, as Billy Punter Takes Note...

The Partridge Season
Interview

XTC

Virgin veterans XTC are under pressure to pull off a Pop success with their latest album, Skywalking. So is it open season on Andy Partridge? Chris Maillard takes aim...

The Famous Five
Feature

Paul Trynka trains a tearful eye on the handful of basses closest to his heart

Culture Chronicle
Interview

Smiley Culture

Smile please! Tony Reed raps with the Cockney Translator about schooltime chronicles, writing styles, and the pressures of success

Korg DSS-1
Review

Synthcheck

Paul Fishman checks out Korg's pro sampling keyboard

Toa Professional Series
Review

Mikecheck

Can you hear him at the back? Phil Walsh sounds off about TOA's new VFM mikes

IVL Pitchrider Guitar To Midi Converter
Review

Guitarcheck

An instrument to put the Shadow in the shade? Paul Trynka has his doubts

Washburn G-40V
Review

GuitarCheck

Dave Burrluck finds there's still a streak of originality to be found in the world of Strat copies

Simmons MTX9
Review

DrumCheck

Bob Henrit tries out the latest in a flurry of products from Simmons — a MIDI'ed sampled percussion expander

Warwick Thumb Bass
Review

Basscheck

Dave 'King little finger' Burrluck back again with a bass 'specially for you slap-happy types

Kawai R-100 Digital Drum Machine
Review

Rhythmcheck

A first entry into the market, and this high-spec, dynamic, tuneable machine could be a real threat to the established names. Tony Reed takes stock

Yamaha PYD 422
Review

DrumCheck

Yamaha release a budget kit? Bob Henrit stands back in amazement

Casio SK-1
Review

SynthCheck

A Fairlight small enough to slip into your 501's? Well, nearly. Jim Betteridge warms to Casio's supercheap sampler

Mesa Boogie Studio .22
Review

AmpCheck

The James Boy back again, drawing a bead on Mesa Boogie's amp of the highest calibre

Article Group:
Recording World

A roundup of this month's Recording World section

Studio Diary
Feature

Profound thinker Trynka is back with chewed pencil for another month's diary, and the strain's beginning to tell...

The Producers
Interview

Colin Campsie & George McFarlane | The Quick

Chas de Whalley chats to Colin Campsie and George McFarlane, aka The Quick

Track Record: Come On Home
Feature

Everything But The Girl

It's back to the big sound with Ben and Tracey, as Jim Betteridge analyses EBTG's Come On Home

Home Taping
Feature

Bedroom recordists Ad Lib engage in pillow talk with Paul Benson

Studio Of The Month
Feature

The Chocolate Factory

Wussell 'Wonka' Webb wins a visit to the Chocolate Factory

Fostex 260
Review

Studio Test

The long-awaited successor to the 250 is welcomed by Jim Betteridge

News
News

What's hot, what's not, and all that rot

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

 

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