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Alternative Analogue

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Korg MS20

This month's trip down memory lane takes us to Korg's MS20. Greg Truckell reacquaints himself with an analogue synth that may be better suited to use in 1989 than 1979.

Music By Design - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Algorythmic Composition | Music Technology, Aug 1989

With algorithmic composition sotware finding commercial use at last, the question has to be asked "will it write a tune?". Greg Truckell takes a close look at the applications of M.

Music By Design - Part 2

Feature | Topic: Algorythmic Composition | Music Technology, Sep 1989
PART 2: SEQUENCING AND NOTATION

In the concluding part of this investigation into computer-assisted composition, Greg Truckell cells on Dr T's KCS to compose a tune.

The Analogue Sampler

Feature | Topic: Sampling, Synthesis & Sound Design | Music Technology, Dec 1989

Ever wished you could get some of those rich old analogue sounds working comfortably with your MIDI system? Greg Truckell samples the sounds of the past.

Mono Mania

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Oct 1990
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS PRO ONE

The most popular post-Minimoog monosynth is still the best alternative for everything from new age to northern techno. Greg Truckell reintroduces an old friend.

Making More of your Ensoniq ESQ1

Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Mar 1989

Want to add multi-mode filtering, additive synthesis, three extra envelopes, microtonal and fixed frequency tunings, and eight independent effects units to your Ensoniq ESQ1 or SQ80, without invalidating your warranty? Greg Truckell reveals how...

Sounding Off

Opinion | Sound On Sound, May 1989
Is there a Bob in your studio?

Stiletto Sound's very own Greg Truckell contemplates the changes brought about by music computers, and asks: ‘Is there a Bob in your studio?’

A Programmer's Guide to the Roland D110 - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Jul 1989

PART 1: Ace programmer Greg Truckell begins a power user’s guide to this popular LA synth expander.

A Programmer's Guide to the Roland D110 - Part 2

Feature | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989

PART 2: Greg Truckell winds up his two-part power user's guide to this popular LA expander with some applications techniques.

Visual Editing Systems

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Nov 1989

Most editing software is more user-friendly than digital parameter access, and more suited to the demands of editing complex digital synthesizers than traditional analogue controls. Greg Truckell investigates.

Chameleon

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990
Universal Patch Librarian

Tired of rummaging through RAM cards and boxes of floppy disks in search of a particular synth patch? Greg Truckell checks out a far more convenient way to store and recall patches.

AMAS

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990
Advanced MIDI Amiga Sampler

Got an Amiga? Want a sampler? Then cast your beady eye over this one. Greg Truckell is your guide.

Making The Most Of Your Kawai K1

Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990

How would you like to hear a filter sweep, or digital delay effects, coming from your Kawai K1? Greg Truckell looks at how to make a K1 do six impossible things before breakfast.

 

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