|Recording Musician - December 1992|
Your opinions aired and problems solved.
This month's selection of new products and events.
Groovin' on the Front Line
A practical guide to programming reggae tracks with a few examples for you to try out.
Zoom 9120 Advanced Sound Environment Processor
From the company that brought you effects units you could wear, comes a very serious reverb processor — that you can't wear!
How tapeless recording works and what advantages it has over conventional recording systems.
Mackie 1604, DOD 1642 Mixers
Mackie's 1604 mixer head to head with DOD's compact 1642. The result may surprise you.
Paul is a key figure in the Surreal to Real independent record company and has achieved success with his instrumental compositions. RM visits his home studio.
Peavey SDR 20/20 Digital Multi Effects Unit
A refreshingly logical and capable multi-effects unit that successfully combines flexibility with fidelity.
All you ever wanted to know about stereo mic techniques, explained in plain English.
A compact, well-specified amplifier suitable for studio monitoring and small PA applications.
Akai S01 16-bit Sampler
At last, a sampler that's affordable, expandable and approachable.
They're light, robust, comfortable and they sound very good indeed — but they're not cheap!
Build Your Own Guitar Soft Distortion Unit
It's easy, and you can build it yourself for under 20 quid!
If loudspeakers and crossovers remain a mystery to you, read on and find enlightenment.
Multitrack Recording In The Classroom
Our educational consultant describes a basic, 4-track recording session from initial recording to final mixing.
The new Zoom 9001 multi-effects unit is up for grabs this month — in exchange for a few answers from you...
Programmable MIDI Foot Controller
Stephen Tayler raises some interesting points about studio equipment design and the ergonomics of the studio workplace.