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Music Technology - September 1989

Remake, Remodel
Editorial

Throughout the hi-tech revolution, the major instrument manufacturers have made our dreams come true - or have they? Does the industry look after the musicians?

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News

The latest news of the latest hi-tech events and developments is here in Newsdesk. Anyone want to spend a day in a name studio with a name producer?

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Korg M3R & RE1
Review

Korg AI Synthesis module & remote editor

Korg's M1 workstation has already become an industry standard; now the same AI synthesis system is available in the cheaper M3R. Simon Trask checks out 19" of pure pleasure.

On The Beat - Part 2
Feature

The second part in this series on drum machine programming concentrates on the use of the hi-hat. Nigel Lord looks at its role in humanising your drum patterns.

A Sense of Proportion
Interview

Haying abandoned the independence of Factory Records in favour of the relative safety of a major record deal, ACR are back in the limelight with a new LP. Nigel Lord asks questions of commerciality.

Yamaha FX500 Multi Effects
Review

Never mind Starwars fx, this is the war of the star fx. Vic Lennard patches in Yamaha's latest budget multi-fx unit and likes what he hears.

Music By Design - Part 2
Feature

PART 2: SEQUENCING AND NOTATION

In the concluding part of this investigation into computer-assisted composition, Greg Truckell cells on Dr T's KCS to compose a tune.

Cheetah Master Series 7P
Review

Controller Keyboard

As synth and sampler expanders become more popular, the demand for an affordable master keyboard increases. Simon Trask puts Cheetah's latest - and best test.

The Bassment Tapes
Interview

From the chart success of 'Bass (How Low Can You Go)' to an album and a 24-track studio in his lounge - Simon Harris talks sounds and samples with Tim Goodyer.

C-Lab Explorer 1000
Review

Atari Editing Software

Digital and analogue technology meet face to face in this editing software for the Oberheim Matrix 1000. Vic Lennard explores the possibilities.

Trade Winds - BMF 1989
Show Report

British Music Fair Show Report

This year's British Music Fair attracted hordes of equipment-hungry punters eager to see what the future of music might hold. Simon Trask was there asking the same question.

Disciple Of The Beat
Interview

Dance music should be about more than 'moaning samples and ecstasy' claims producer Arthur Baker. Simon Trask talks to the man behind 'Planet Rock'.

Steinberg Cubase - Part 2
Review

Atari ST Software

In the second half of this definitive review. Nigel Lord looks into the editing and scorewriting facilities of Steinberg's latest sequencing software.

Patchwork
Feature

Readers' patches for Casio's CZ5000 and Ensoniq ESQ1, and a review of Leister Productions' Professional patches for D110 & TX81Z make up this month's Patchwork.

Steinberg Musical
Review

Atari ST Software

In a completely different vein to Cubase, MusiCal is a music learning program aimed primarily at the educational market. Ian Waugh goes back to school.

Music Technology - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

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