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Music Technology - May 1994

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Virtual Reality
Feature

festival preview

Technology is the touchstone at this key event. Phil Ward talks to Mike Godfrey, designer of the Audio Visual Live System.

Diskovery
Feature

Taking the hard option... everything you need to know about hard disks - and then some. Ian Waugh is your guide.

The Mix
Feature

The future of MT unveiled...

The A-Z of Analogue Part 10
Feature

This month: Hohner

Shared Interests III Part 3
Feature

Shareware & Public Domain software

There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, but there are a few free software sequencers around. Ian Waugh digs 'em out.

Mood Music
Interview

Tony Thorpe

...aka The Moody Boys, Voyager and Urban Jungle, and remixer by appointment to KLF, System 7 and many others. Phil Ward uncovers the real Tony Thorpe.

Article Group:
Quality Control

Wave For Windows
Review

Direct-to-disk recording system

PC-based direct-to-disk recording is getting better... and cheaper. Ian Waugh looks at one of the latest systems to emerge.

Roland Vintage Sounds board
Review

for the JV series

Ancient and modern: classic analogue synths for your JV-series synth.

Connectix RAM Doubler
Review

for the Mac

Double your Mac's RAM without doubling your overdraft.

NJD IQ-MX80 intelligent lighting controller & IQ-250 robo-lights
Review

Proving that rigs don't need to be big, these lights follow you around the room. Ian Masterson

Short Cuts
Review

Que Computer Hardware Buyers Guide, AMG Global Trance Mission sample CDs, Microsoft Music Multimedia CD-ROMs

MTease
Feature

Pressure Of Speech

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Music Review

You play 'em... we flay 'em

Grief
Feedback

A problem shared is a problem solved

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Music Review

Get 'em while they're hot. This month: Erasure, The Future Sound Of London, Renegade Soundwave and so much more...

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

 

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