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Music Technology - October 1993

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News

All the news you can eat. And then some

Teenage Kicks
Interview

Atari Teenage Riot

Berlin's techno anarchists Alec, Carl and Hanin are here to cause a riot. Ringleader Alec Empire mouths off on the ambient backlash

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Competition

This month it's Virgin's ambient compilation A Brief History Of Ambient Volume 1 which is up for grabs

State Of Independents Part 1
Feature

Riff Raff, FON

In Part 1 of a series on independent labels, MT looks at the case histories of Fon and Riff Raff to discover just what it takes to get going and avoid the pitfalls

The A-Z Of Analogue Part 3
Feature

Part 3, Chadacre to Crumar

The Listening Pool
Interview

The Listening Pool

Ex-OMDers Paul Humphreys and Martin Cooper are back with new material and plenty to say on OMD, songwriting, sampling and going independent

The HEX Guide To Multimedia
Feature

Hex

Hex's Matt Black reveals the secrets of getting started and getting in sync with video, graphics and music

Touching Bass Part 9
Feature

MT's bass-o-matic goes into automated ninth spin

Discretion
Interview

Brian Eno

In our exclusive interview, the great domed one himself waxes ambient on remixing, jazz, Sinatra, computers, the Eventide H-3000 and his own original definition of a new, environmentally sound music

Animal Magic
Feature

Zoo TV | U2

MT goes backstage at U2's multimedia spectacular and discovers the technical realities behind Eno and the band's vision. Engineer Dave Lemmink unveils the system that redefines stadium rock

Article Group:
Quality Control

Equipment reviews without tears.

Roland JV-1000
Review

Music workstation

Keyboard-driven control

Studiomaster Star System
Review

8:4:2 mixer

The ergonomics of the small mixer redefined

Passport Producer v1.1
Review

multimedia software for the Mac

A video edit suite on disk?

Zoom 9001
Review

advanced multi-effects processor

Programmable audio effects for the studio or the stage

Ensoniq CDR-1
Review

sample CD-ROM

Hundreds of samples on tap

Akai DR4d
Review

hard disk recorder

Direct-to-disk recording from the sample stable

Pulsar Universal Interface
Review

Let your MIDI rig control your lighting

Korg 05R/W
Review

General MIDI module

Less knobs, more sound

Peavey XR 1200D
Review

powered mixer + HiSys 2 monitors

A PA system you can take anywhere

Novation mm10-X
Review

keyboard

The simplest way of talking to your QY10/QY20

Vintage Synthesizers
Review

Edited by Mark Vail, Miller Freeman Books

Vintage Synthesizers edited by Mark Vail. An American book celebrating the classics

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Music Review

Phil Ward is busy this month, so Home & Studio Recording magazine's Andrew Jones reviews your demos

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Feedback

Letters to the Editor

That Was Then
Retrospective

"History is bunk" - Henry Ford

MTease
Feature

Urban Cookie Collective

Rohan Heath of The Urban Cookie Collective

Grief
Feedback

Everything you ever wanted to know about anything, but were afraid to ask...

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Music Review

This month: Bassheads, The Drum Club, Ultramarine, Voyager, The Irresistible Force on video and more...

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

 

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