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Recording Musician - October 1992

Leader
Editorial

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Feedback

Readers' opinions aired and questions answered.

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News

More news on upcoming products and events.

Vestax MR44 Cassette Multitrack
Review

A no-nonsense, rack-mount multitracker with an attractive price tag.

Inside Abbey Road - Part 1
Feature

Careers In The Music Industry

The first in a series exploring careers and opportunities in the audio industry, starting at the world-famous Abbey Road studios.

Planning Your First Studio
Feature

Everything you need to start recording at home

Exactly what equipment do you really need to make a start in home recording? We take you through it, step by step.

Production Masterclass With Hugh Padgham
Interview

Hugh Padgham

Hugh Padgham takes us behind the scenes to explain the tricks and techniques used in the recording and mixing of Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight'.

Groovy Train - Part 4
Feature

The fourth part of our dance music series, with more drum patterns and basslines for you to programme yourself.

Monsters of Rock
Review

Crate, Hughes & Kettner, ART Guitar Preamps

We take the H&K Metal Master, ART Powerplant, and Crate TDP recording guitar preamps into the studio in search of that elusive valve sound.

Format of the Future?
Review

Philips DCC 900 Digital Cassette Recorder

Philips' new consumer tape format tested under studio conditions.

All Round Sound
Review

AKG Tri-Power Microphones

A new range of stylish dynamic microphones, with models to suit most instrumental applications.

Floor Show
Review

Boss ME10 Multi-Effects Unit

Designed with live performance in mind, the Boss ME10 has a range of features which make it particularly effective in the studio.

Recording The Acoustic Guitar
Feature

Everything you need to know to get a thoroughly professional sound onto tape, and how to treat it once it's there.

B&W Rock Solid Monitors
Review

They're stylish, they're cute, they're magnetically shielded - but how do they sound?

MIDI - The Absolute Basics - Part 2
Feature

Sequencing

The theory and practice of MIDI sequencers, explained in simple terms.

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Competition

This month, we have the great sounding Roland DS330 Dr Synth sound module and Shure's classic 55SH dynamic mic to give away.

Music In Our Schools
Feature

Putting It Together

The nitty gritty of choosing appropriate recording and sequencing equipment for use in a school environment.

Production Lines - Steve Hillage
Opinion

Steve Hillage

Guest Producer Steve Hillage argues for the breaking down of arbitrary barriers between musical styles.

Recording Musician - Copyright: SOS Publications Ltd.
The contents of this magazine are re-published here with the kind permission of SOS Publications Ltd.

 

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