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State of the Industry

Show Report | Home & Studio Recording, May 1987

Yet another show. Organised by the Audio Engineering Society, this 4-day show displayed the latest advancements in recording technology.

Sight Reading

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
TWO BOOKS TO DEMYSTIFY THE SYNTHESISER

Geoff Twigg and Neville Unwin cast a critical eye over two books aimed at taking the mystery out of synthesisers, and come to vastly differing conclusions.

When the Levy Breaks...

Feature | Topic: Music Business, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Home & Studio Recording, Jun 1985

Rivalled only by War and Peace for its length and emotional content, this article by our own Neville Unwin presents both sides of the 'blank tape levy' argument.

Gateway Multitrack Course

Feature | Topic: Education | Home & Studio Recording, Jul 1985

Looking for an entry into the world of recording? Neville Unwin investigates one of the better-known beginners' courses in recording techniques.

Centre of Attraction

Show Report | Home & Studio Recording, Aug 1985
APRS Review

Now that our feet have finally recovered from walking round the show, we can tell you what impressed us most (after the free drinks and sweatshirts).

Audio Technica AT-RMX64

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Oct 1985
Multitrack Cassette Recorder

Neville Unwin puts this sophisticated home studio package through its paces.

Patrick Moraz

Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Dec 1985

Having been involved with a bewildering number of projects in the past, Patrick Moraz and Graham Edge, keyboardist and drummer with The Moody Blues talk about their current work.

 

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