|Music Technology - January 1994|
Learn to read the future in these pages...
Future Sound of London
Simon Trask discovers the future sound - and vision - of London
Want to get into computing and multimedia but unsure where to start? Ian Waugh guides you through the maze of computers and jargon
Simon Trask dives into the world of a desktop record label
Keith Emerson progresses through our questionnaire
Chris Craig interview | The Orb
Bruce Hepton trips the light fantastic with The Orb's visuals, man
Now's your chance to tell us what you think of the magazine: the good, the bad - even the ugly...
Be kind to your bottom: fill in our readership survey and you could win a Peavey Spectrum Bass module
This month, Elka Eminent to Everitt Orgatron.
Phil Ward Xplores the Real World of CD-ROM and multimedia
Getting to the heart of the product.
A mid-priced sampler with a spec that'll worry the high-priced competition
Direct-to-disk recording for the Atari Falcon
Can this latest software package help the Falcon spread its wings?
From one of the few companies still committed to developing new methods of sound synthesis, the Morpheus promises much. Does it deliver?
When you hear the beat go boom and you feel it in the pit of your stomach, look out for this black magic box
A piano for every occasion - and a few more besides
for PC Windows 3.1
Looking to take your first steps in multimedia production? Cot a PC and an idea? What are you waiting for?
Phil Ward gets judgemental with readers' demos
More embarrassing photos from the vaults of techno history
Roll up! Roll up! All your problems solved here...
This month: Jam & Spoon, Sect, Jansen, Barbieri St Karn -plus MT's albums, videos and events of 1993...