|Sound International - September 1978|
Studios and Recording
Pages to the power of three, taking in Stevie's Peavey, CB, guitar gallery, and more.
Instruments and Equipment
Freelance engineer Steve Hall offers some guidance.
David Kershenbaum lets rip on his affection for rhythmic mixes in a natter with Our Dread.
Electronics at East Anglia
A report on the electronic music studio at the University of East Anglia.
Bowie's Dennis Davis and George Murray | Dennis Davis, George Murray
Dennis Davis and George Murray chat to Ralph Denyer on their rhythmic station in the Bowie band.
From across the universe - well, Brooklyn, Vlaardingen and Oxford to name but three.
Richard Elen's fact-extraction mission with engineer Phill Brown reaches its conclusion.
Music Part 4
Introducing The Dots...
Wanna know about music with no ties? Sorry - Dave Stewart talks of tied notes.
How to record a cheap live album — an easy way out with direction courtesy Richard Elen.
Richard Dean tells how to get all the wires in the right places.
Positive superlatives all over the place as Dave Blake's rhetoric embraces a couple of Ibanez instruments.
An amp at last - Colin Hodgkinson plugs in to a Maine Standard/115 set-up.
Peter Randall looks at a Pearl Maple kit, even closer at the rather good tom tom holder.
All creatures great and small: Dave Crombie glides from the huge Yamaha GX-1 to the minute Korg Micro Preset.
Mel Lambert on the MXR Compander, including a general roundup of noise reduction techniques.
NAMM, Chieftains and Blackbushe reports, plus vinyl views.
Sound at the Blackbushe outdoor festival