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Sound On Sound - January 1991

Welcome
Editorial

The Write Stuff

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News

Scandal, gossip, rumours! You'll find none of these in edits, just the low down on what's really happening in the hi-tech music industry.

Shape Of Things To Come
News

Our regular round-up of whats new in the world of hi-tech music and recording.

MIDI Medicine
Review

CMS MIDI Analyst

Martin Russ looks at a solution to all your MIDI analysis problems - not software, but a new rack unit from Computer Music Systems.

Going Live
Review

Rhodes Model 760

A keyboard for the gigging pianist? David Mellor tinkles an ivory or two.

Dave Stewart's Music Seminar Part 7
Feature

Tuned Percussion

Part 7: Tuned percussion. Dave investigates the enormous creative potential of sampled sounds within music, and offers his rendition of 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'.

The Shape Shifter
Review

Digidesign MacProteus And InVision ProtoLogic

Kendall Wrightson looks at two new Proteus-related products — the ProtoLogic Sound Memory Expansion Unit from InVision, and Digidesign's MacProteus NuBus card for the Apple Macintosh II.

RCM In A Rack
Review

Yamaha TG77 Tone Generator

Yamaha's flagship workstation, the SY77, has now given birth to a new top-of-the-range expander, the TG77. Martin Russ conducts the examination.

Dear Santa...
Feature

To help you get into the festive mood, we asked a few artists and producers, and a handful of our regular contributors, what they'd like for christmas this year... In a hi-tech music kind of way. Paul Tingen collected the wish-lists.

Sweet Sixteen
Review

Ensoniq EPS16 Plus Sampling Workstation

Ensoniq have transformed their 13-bit EPS sampling workstation with the addition of dynamically controlled 24-bit digital multi-effects, a much improved 16-track MIDI sequencer and full 16-bit sampling. The result is the EPS16 Plus. But does it pass? Kendall Wrightson invigilates.

Korg S3
Review

Rhythm Workstation

With its synthesizer-like voice editing functions, built-in stereo signal processing, 8-track sequencing and SMPTE sync options, can Korg's new top-of-the-line drum machine justify its title of rhythm workstation? Richard Aaron finds out.

Recording Techniques Part 14
Feature

Effects

Part 14: Effects, in the latest installment of his studio cookbook. David Mellor looks at ways to-make your recordings more tasty.

Electric Soul
Interview

British Electric Foundation

Martyn Ware has been spending a lot of time producing other people's projects since Heaven 17 faded away, but now a second BEF album is in progress. Interview by Paul Ireson.

The Beatmaster
Preview

Roland SPD8 Total Percussion Pad

Roland's latest 8-pad midi percussion controller adds internal sounds to a tried and tested formula. Paul Ireson checks it out.

Adventures In MIDILand Part 6
Feature

Part 6. In this final episode Martin Russ returns to base camp, and completes his exploration of the MIDI programming jungle with a de-briefing for his fellow travellers.

Software Support
Feature

Hints, Tips & News From The World Of Music Software

More hints and tips from the world of music software.

Sounding Off
Opinion

A New Kind Of Synthesizer

SOS reader Colin Muir tells why he wants a new kind of synthesizer for Christmas.

Sound On Sound - Copyright: SOS Publications Ltd.
The contents of this magazine are re-published here with the kind permission of SOS Publications Ltd.

 

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