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Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1983

Concert Review

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1983

Peter Gabriel at Selhurst Park

Oberheim DX

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1983
Digital Drum Machine

Rockman IIB & Ultralight

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1983
Portable Amp designed by Tom Scholz

Casio MT-800

Review | Music UK, Nov 1983

Paul Wiffen tortures the CASIO MT-800

Concert Reviews

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1983

Judie Tzuke, Tangerine Dream, Depeche Mode, Dio

Prophet T8

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1983
Touch-Sensitive Polyphonic Synthesiser

The new Sequential Circuits touch sensitive programmable poly synth

Polyphonic Synthesizers

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music, Dec 1983

A survey of trendsetters

Oberheim Performance System.

Preview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1984
Synthesiser, Sequencer and Drum Machine Interface

An overview of the synthesiser, sequencer and drum machine interface, based around the DSX.

Using Sequencers - Part 1

Feature Series | Topic: Sequencing | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1984
An Introduction to the Use of Sequencers

An introduction to the use of the perennial tools of the electronic composers trade. With some explanation of programming from music and notation.

Keyboards in Saga

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1984

Jim Gilmour, principal keyboard player in the band, talks to Paul Wiffen about the host of keyboards the band use onstage and in the studio. Their recent European tour increased their reputation as one of Canada's premier music-makers. Photography by Sally Newman.

Oberheim OB8

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1984
8-Voice Polyphonic Synthesiser

The most recent polyphonic synth from Oberheim, the OB8 adds even more flexibility to the tried and tested Oberheim formula.

Mark Stanway

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1984
Keyboards with Magnum and Phil Lynott

Keyboard player with Magnum, Mark Stanway has also worked with Phil Lynott. Here he talks about writing, recording and performing with one of Britain's brightest rock hopes.

Using Sequencers - Part 2

Feature Series | Topic: Sequencing | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1984

Using Sequencers - Part 3

Feature Series | Topic: Sequencing | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1984
Real-time Sequencing

Paul Wiffen gives some useful tips on how to record sequences in real time.

Emulator II

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1984
Eight-voice Polyphonic Sampling Keyboard

Paul Wiffen goes gaga over E-mu Systems' latest attempt at giving the average keyboard player complete control over the sound sampling process.

Casio CZ101

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1985
Programmable Phase Distortion Polysynth

At last, Casio come up with the pro keyboard goods. Paul Wiffen tests the first of a whole range of synth gear from the calculator people, and concludes that it's 'probably the best Casio of all time.'

A Bunch of Fives

Retrospective | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1985

In which five of E&MM's writers pick their fave things of the year. If your personal preferences aren't there, don't take it out on us.

Roland JX8P and PG800

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
Touch-Sensitive Polysynth and Programmer

Criticised in the past for their poor implementation of MIDI, Roland have given their new mid-price polysynth the full works. It sounds good, too, as Paul Wiffen discovers in this exclusive review.

Zoo 2000

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985

Take one of the most influential electronic composers of the current generation, a Fairlight, an entire library of vocal recordings from all over the world, and a few more-than-talented guest musicians, and you have the recipe for Zoolook, Jean-Michel Jarre's latest album. Here he talks about its creation.


Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1985
Real Time Performance System

Paul Wiffen heads off into dreamland to sample the delights of New England Digital's latest improvement package for what's arguably the world's most prestigious computer music system. Not surprisingly, he gives it the thumbs up.

Linn 9000

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
Digital Drum Machine and Keyboard Recorder

The people who introduced the world to the concept of digital drums have now applied their expertise to MIDI keyboard recording. Paul Wiffen gives his verdict.

Another Chapter In The Story...

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985

Tired of lurking in the shadows of the contemporary music scene, Keith Emerson, one of the synth world's most influential figures, is now on the verge of re-forming ELP, the band that earned him his reputation.

Fairlight Goes MIDI

Group: Computer Musician

Feature | Topic: MIDI | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1985

At last, the CMI frees itself from the constraints of an analogue interface and starts talking MIDI. Paul Wiffen checks out the results.

Ensoniq Mirage

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1985

At last - the instrument with a name on everybody's lips receives an in-depth examination of its European version. Man-on-the-spot is Paul Wiffen.



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