|Sound International - June 1979|
Aria Competition Answers, Portland Studios, Introducing News Notes
The Sports, The, er, wires
Very much the man in form, Steve Hill of Reigate does a lap of honour round the contents page celebrating his win of the coveted Teac 4-track package.
As David Steel had his battlebus, as Boadicea had her chariot, as Rob had his 68 bus this morning, so Genesis have Edwin Shirley's trucks... and many others have followed suit. Antony Freeman finds out why.
Facts on the Rak
Denyer gets the Rak job at last, figuring that Mickie Most really ought to know something about putting a studio together. Seems he does.
Dave Hastilow fishes around for some new angles on recording technique — in the field or at home. Or in the river.
20 guitar combos of 100 Watts get a good going over by five fine guitar players: in this first part Acoustic to Lab receive the ole SI ear ole test.
Music Part 11
Writing it down
Guitar Maker | Carl Thompson
Colin Hodgkinson visits the Brooklyn guitar maker who numbers Stanley Clarke's piccolo bass among his artefacts.
...comes just above the Allen & Heath contents page blurb. Which tells the prospective Allen & Heath reader that on page 57 is Mel Lambert's story of mixer manufacturer Allen & Heath.
Part 2: Arp, Oberheim, Korg, Sequential Circuits
Equipment: ANALOGUE TIME PROCESSOR
Tom Waits, Half-cut Records, This Heat
Jazz-Rock Fusion, Movement of Jah People