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Sound International - October 1978

Editorial
Editorial

News
News

Studios & Recording

For there is good news yet to hear and fine things to be seen, before we go to Paradise by way of page thirteen.

News
News

Instruments & Equipment

News
News

Etcetera

Stockhausen Part 1
Interview

Stockhausen

A rare interview with the noted composer and lecturer in the month of his 50th birthday.

New Music
Feature

Books

Eddie Cochran-White dispels those post-summertime blues with some cherished memories of recent good reads.

Music Part 5
Feature

Introducing The Dots...

Would-be nuclear physicist Dave Stewart conjures up a few tunes for your wretched banjos and accordions. What a waste.

Godley & Creme
Interview

Ralph Denyer gets gizmological with Kevin 'n' L | Godley & Creme

Initially, the consequences of RD's actions could be Kevin or L — there'LL be L to K. (2 down).

Walk Away René
Review

Visual Reports & Views

Hipgnosis collection is no walking antique: gosh I spin Magritte-like-are you hip enough to gnosis? (anag).

This article has no OCR bodytext.Sound International/Turnkey Competition
Competition

Pin back yer lug'oles, pen an' paper at the ready, and maybe you'll win a 4-track mini-studio. All non-entrants win guaranteed death from envy.

The War of The Worlds
Interview

The Producers | Jeff Wayne

We wish Wayne's Wells world war well: Richard 'Way With The Words' Elen interviews Jeff 'War Of The Worlds' Wayne.

EMS Computer Studio Part 1
Feature

Peter Zinovieff

Nigel Jopson fields Zinovieff's rotten eggs.

for fx sake...
Review

ADT BOXES

Dave Blake has an Attack of Delirium Tremolando.

Electric Wood
Review

The bass was made in England of true Electric Wood... Steve York investigates.

Synares/Tama Oclobans/Pearl 9QOs Stands
Review

Drums

Ramblin' Pete Randall gives the rundown on Synare 3, Tama Octobans and Pearl stands.

The Moog Story
Review

Keyboards

SI in association with Dave Crombie Productions Inc present The Moog Story, starring Robert A Moog...

Dynaflanger
Review

Thrill to dynamic flanging as Dave Hastilow peruses the Micmix Dynaflanger

Aiwa AD6800 Cassette Deck
Review

Watch emotion flower as Pete Carbines spends a honeymoon with Aiwa (AD6800) and contemplates settling down to a deepening relationship. Makes Love Story look like Camp On Blood Island.

Article Group:
Sound Reports & Views

Mostly vinyl and paper media this month — eclecticism runs amok again.

Sound International - Copyright: Link House Publications

 

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