|Music Technology - November 1993|
Today's news, tomorrow's news - the future lurks in these pages
Former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos is back and fully charged. Phil Ward plugs in
Your chance to win a Roland SRV-330 Dimensional Space Reverb worth £749!
The MT guide to CD-ROM
Entertainment format of the future, or simply a handy digital storage medium? Ian Waugh writes the (Yellow) book on CD-ROM.
Time to Play
Nottingham's Time Recording give an independent label's-eye view from the front line of dance music. Simon Trask checks his Swatch...
Rotterdam's master of electronic listening music talks to Simon Trask about presets, sampling, hardcore rave, Warp Records, and the value of spontaneity...
An odd Simon Trask tackles odd time signatures
This month: the Crumar Roadracer to the Dubreq Stylophone! Peter Forrest is your guide
The original ambient funsters have a new studio album all but ready, a live album on the way and a major recording deal in the offing. Jonathan Miller encounters Dr Alex Paterson and Thrash on the verge of a higher plane...
If you work with computers, consider getting yourself some protection - before it's too late. Ben Duncan discusses damage limitation and risk management in the world of hi-tech recording...
Direct-to-disk PC recording system
It's getting closer... the home 8-track, gone digital.
A bass down-beat triggers wheel-rotated effects, but this sound-to-light projector system is a lot more flexible than in the old green-for bass, red-for-treble disco days.
An exclusive preview of a genuinely new type of synthesis? Eh, just like the old days...
computer music system
It's a complete computer system with speakers, it gives you GM tones, Cubase Lite sequencing and much more besides, and it's very friendly.
Interactive music workstation
The workstation bites the bullet and goes all the way, with sophisticated auto-accompaniment to add to the i3's already copious features based on the X3.
for Cubase, Notator and Breakthru
Grab a pizza, shove in a video and learn about Cubase, Rotator or Breakthm with these new manuals for the TV age.
Key velocity equals brightness - but were talking light, not sound, with this 8-channels-per-note interface from NJD.
Producer Pascal Gabriel slams the music format wars: never mind the width, hear the quality...
You dare to send Phil Ward your demos - he dares to review them
You unite, the Editor listens (honestly)...
Ye olde worlde future shock
Bluey Mannick of Incognito in the hot seat...
Don 't be sad - let MT solve your technical problems for you
This month: albums from the Pet Shop Boys, Mixmaster Morris and Sabres of Paradise join Dr Devious's Future Shock video on MT's hit list