|Recording Musician - August 1992|
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Derek Johnson finds this 24-input mic/line mixer is a useful addition to any studio setup.
Fostex R8 & Tascam TSR8 Recorders
Paul White checks out Tascam's TSR8 and Fostex's R8 open reel, 8-track machines side by side.
An Audience With Aziz
Leading session guitarist Aziz talks to John Harris about playing, recording, and hi-tech guitar processors.
Paul White explains the basic principles of tape recorders to help you make better recordings.
Key Ingredients For A Happening Dance Track
An insight into the sounds and structures that make up a successful dance record, by Edgar G. Roover.
Ensoniq DP/4 Effects Processor
Four into one will go, as Derek Johnson discovers when working with Ensoniq's new four-channel parallel effects processor.
Dave Lockwood explains how Dolby S noise reduction increases the potential of analogue tape recorders.
3G Mynah Mixing Console
Mike Simmons tries out this cost-effective live sound console and finds it also has home studio applications.
Tascam 238S 8-Track
Dave Lockwood checks out the first ever Dolby S cassette multitracker in this exclusive review.
AKG, Beyer, Sennheiser Back-Electret Microphones
Three top name, back-electret mics that turn in a professional performance at a semi-pro price, rounded up by Paul White.
LA Audio Classic Compressor
Paul White assesses LA's new compressor, which uses modern technology to emulate the sound of tube models.
The Man Behind The Lexicon Sound
David Griesinger pioneered the research behind the Lexicon digital reverb sound. He discusses his ideas with Paul White.
Paul White shows how you can explore classic mic techniques using basic equipment.
Dawn Patrol Studio Monitors
Paul White tests an unusual pair of studio monitors from a new British manufacturer.
A little lateral thinking from Paul White reveals new and better ways of getting signals to and from tape.
Part two of our simple, three-part competition in which you could win a complete studio package worth over £7,500.
Chris Gander, a teacher and a home recording enthusiast, examines the way technology is influencing music education.
Guest producer Sadia joins the ongoing 'digital vs analogue' debate.