|Sound International - December 1978|
Studios & Recording
Man bites guitar; parents set to choose the sax of their children; speaker found in House of Commons, etc.
Son of Leo Meets Son of Les — a further attempt to sort out the neat from the naff.
The Crusaders. Stix stix and Pops pops while Bacon sizzles gently into the tape recorder.
Not, as you might have thought, a guide on how to run a protection racket (Sorry, Squire, I scratched the Westlake), but how to make them cost-effective.
Over £450 worth of Aria Guitars to be won in a very simple competition — even we know the answers. Turn at once to page 41 and all this could be yours.
Steve Hackett and Paddy Kingsland set out to test the merits and demerits of the Roland G-500 and ARP Avatar. Synthesise watches, lads.
Steve Hackett and Paddy Kingsland set out to test the merits and demerits of the Roland GR-500 and ARP Avatar. Synthesise watches, lads.
This one would have been called Vangelis Odyssey Papathanassiou and Keith Spencer-Allen talk to Ralph Antidisestablishmentarianism Denyer, but there wasn't room.
Jill Purce concludes discussions with the new music man.
Soundintpix presents 'Swarm (Isn't it)', starring Dave Crombie as Henry Fonda and a yellow and black object that goes Buzz and strikes terror into the hearts of more expensive synthesiser manufacturers.
Pete Randall paradiddles and chickachickabooms on the Yamaha YD9124W and reports back to base camp.
Not of the letter but of the spirit; for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life, and that.
George Chkiantz assembles his very own Powertran PSI 4002 amp. Now it's your turn.
Some sounds, some reports and some views, from the people who brought you the famous November Sound Reports and Views.