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Sound International - July 1978

Editorial
Editorial

News
News

Studios & Recording

News
News

Instruments & Equipment

News
News

Etcetera

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Rhodes amplification, dbx versus Dolby, praise, criticism - and more.

UK
Interview

The Rhythm Section | UK

Harmony in the UK - John Wetton and Bill Bruford still rhythmic after all these years.

Small Studio Acoustics
Feature

Mike Craig avoids egg-box cliches and tells you how to do it properly.

Music Publishing
Feature

How songwriting collaboration can equal more than 1+1.

Letter From LA
Feature

Editor gets sun-tan; justifies expenses, etc.

Tony Oxley
Interview

Tony Oxley

Tony Oxley sneers commendably at commercialism in music.

Second Hand
Feature

Looking for a reasonable raita, an affordable axe, a cheap tubular bell? Read on!

New Music
Feature

Electronics

Electronics and synthesiser music.

Tape Machine Survey Part 3
Feature

A readable survey covering manufacturers from I to T.

Studio Project
Feature

Going Direct

Martyn Maynard tells you how to make your very own DI box.

The Producers
Interview

Tom Newman

Tom Newman - tubular Tom raps with our own dread feller.

'Wee Also Have Sound-Houses'
Feature

Richard Attree looks at the computer as musical instrument, and the implications thereof.

Fender Starcaster
Review

Looks like Fender without Leo is a bit like the Four Seasons without Frankie Vivaldi (anagram - 14 letters).

Fender Fretless Precision
Feature

Fretless Bass Playing

Colin Hodgkinson wide-eyed and fretless.

Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Review

Dave Crombie's review of the Prophet 5 synth leaves us speechless.

Syndrums
Review

An electrified Peter Randall looks at the Syndrums syndrome.

Article Group:
Sound Reports & Views

Cover shot, reggae vinyl, FM and reviews.

Sound International - Copyright: Link House Publications

 

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