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Music Technology - April 1994

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Lost in Trance
Interview

Banco de Gaia

Currently opening the show for the Megadog Midi Circus, Toby Marks (aka Banco de Gaia) is living proof that one man and a rack full of gear can get an audience to its feet and keep it there. And as Phil Ward discovers, Toby enjoys meeting people, likes to travel and drives a small red van.

On The Cards
Feature

Sound card feature

There's a revolution going on in the high street. People with no musical experience can now write and record songs. All you require is a PC, a sound card... and MT's definitive guide. Ian Waugh is your dealer.

The A-Z of Analogue Part 9
Feature

Part 9 - Hammond to Hanert.

Shared Interests II Part 2
Feature

Shareware & Public Domain software

Continuing our investigation into what's happening in the public domain, Ian Waugh proves that good software is even better when it's shared.

Under New Orders
Interview

New Order

More than a decade and a half after they first fell out of Manchester, New Order's most married couple are still at the nerve-centre of the band's activities. Helping them come to terms with it all - Phil Ward

Article Group:
Quality Control

Keeping an eye on technology.

Alesis QuadraSynth
Review

synthesiser

There's a new synth in town, it's gunning for the competition and it aims to please.

Goldstar Procyon
Review

sequencer for the PC

For many people, the definitive sequencing software for the PC has yet to be written. Could this be it?

Optikinetics Club Strobeflower
Review

strobe effect lighting system

If you thought you knew what kind of effect strobe lights produced, it's time to think again.

Korg X3R
Review

music workstation module

For every keyboard synth there must a rackmount version. The X3 is no exception.

SPL Stereo Vitalizer
Review

psychoacoustic equaliser

Sound enhancement at both ends of the spectrum - and something in the middle.

Aleph Time Talk
Review

digital time-conversion software for the ST

For easy-to-digest samples and delays that repeat on you at just the right moment.

Short Cuts
Review

Computer Manuals: The Incredible Sound Machine by Mark Andrews, Cool Mac Sounds by Craig O'Donnell, Ontrack Computer Systems Rocket Drive software for the PC, Paramount Rock, Rap & Roll CD-ROM

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Music Review

Is there anything you wouldn't do for a dare?

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Feedback

That's your opinion and we respect it. Yes we do.

MTease
Feature

In The Nursery

Ten questions that shook the world. Ten answers from In The Nursery.

Grief
Feature

We know something that you don't...

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Music Review

It's business as usual at Phil's plastic emporium. This month, new product from Peter Gabriel, Nine Inch Nails, Pete Namlook and loads more...

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

 

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