|Recording Musician - July 1992|
Normally our letters page, but this month it's given over entirely to useful hints and tips.
What's new and what's news in the recording world.
Every Current Model Reviewed
All you need to know about choosing a cassette multitrack, plus concise reviews of every current model on the market.
One of a new range of stylish and cost-effective near-field monitors.
How digital reverberation devices work and how to use them.
ART Multiverb LTX
When it comes to sheer quantity, quality and value for money, this multi-effects unit takes some beating.
Drawmer DL251 Spectral Compressor
This sophisticated compressor has a choice of hard- or soft-knee compression and has a built-in spectral enhancer.
An exclusive look inside Genesis' private studio retreat deep in the heart of Surrey.
Not so much a budget console as a professional mixing desk at a surprisingly low price.
Instant rock guitar without all the hassle of amps and microphones.
A straightforward guide to producing Dance Mixes using budget equipment.
Anyone can build these useful drum pad triggers for around £10 for the whole set.
Your chance to send in patches for your favourite effects units.
A few simple rules to help you get professional-sounding vocal tracks every time.
Our regular readers' demo page is packed with invaluable tips on how to record the perfect demo.
How Recording Musician can benefit teachers involved in the technology of music and sound recording.
Enter our simple, three-part competition and you could be the lucky winner of a complete studio package worth over £7,500.
A peripatetic instrumental music teacher gives his personal insight into some of the problems encountered when integrating technology into traditional music teaching.
Guest producer Nicky Graham looks into the future of recorded music.