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Alesis MIDIverb III

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990

This latest release from the purveyors of low-cost signal processing is more a reverb unit with supplementary effects than a full-function multi-effects processor. Paul Ireson journeys into deep space to check it out.


Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1987

When it comes to the MIDIVERB II, Phil South discovers that sequels can sometimes be better than the originals!

Alesis Midiverb III

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1990
Digital Reverb

In the beginning was the Midiverb; the Midiverb begat the Midiverb II and the Midiverb II. Nigel Lord checks the latest incarnation of Alesis' standard-setting reverb.

SOS Hi-Tech Awards

Feature | Sound On Sound, May 1988

What were the best products of 1987 according to Sound On Sound readers? Here are the long-awaited results of our poll.

The Shape of Things To Come

News | Sound On Sound, Feb 1987

Another digital reverb from Alesis, a waveform digitizing pad for the Roland S50 sampler, Passport's multitrack software for the Atari ST, exclusive news of the world's first ever 8-track recorder to use standard cassettes, and more...


Editorial | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990

Teenage Kicks

Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1993

Berlin's techno anarchists Alec, Carl and Hanin are here to cause a riot. Ringleader Alec Empire mouths off on the ambient backlash

The Small Print - Part 2

Feature Series | Topic: MIDI | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Reading MIDI Implementation Charts

In spite of MIDI's promise of compatibility between hi-tech musical equipment, few of us have found this to be the case. Vic Lennard takes his second look at MIDI Implementation charts and how they can solve your MIDI problems.

Stereo Speakers

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1993

The Stereo MC's' Connected was for many the album of 1992; their live shows are currently one of the highlights of 1993. Phil Ward makes his own stereo connection and discovers just what it takes to get the balance right.

Psychotronic Landscapes

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1993
Michel Huygen/Neuronium

This Spanish synthesist explains the working methods and motivation behind his psychotronic musical landscapes.

A Room Of My Own: John Crossley

Interview | Topic: Home Studio | Sound On Sound, May 1993

Recording Musician

Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Recording Musician, Nov 1992
Garage Studio

RM reader Martin Smith talks about the trials and tribulations of building a serious home studio in his garage.

Writing Music for a Documentary

Feature | Topic: Composing for Business, Video / Film / Picture | Sound On Sound, Nov 1988

Composing music for television can be both exciting and frustrating, as Ian Assersohn and Stephen Frost of Sequenza Music Production discovered when they began writing music for a documentary film about India.

Shape of Things to Come

News | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989

A pictorial taste of some of the hot new products unveiled at last month's British Music Fair.

Past, Present and Future

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1992

London Calling

Berwick Street Studios

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Sound On Sound, Oct 1988
The Dawning Of A New Era?

The impact of new technology has brought many changes to the recording industry. It has equally brought problems. Why, for instance, are some studios failing to attract enough business to survive, whilst others seem to be flourishing? One West London studio that has foreseen the writing on the wall and implemented changes is Berwick Street Studios. So we checked them out.

Sticking It Together

Feature | Topic: Composing for Business, Recording | Sound On Sound, Mar 1989
Bryan Ferry

You know all those classic sixties and seventies songs you keep hearing on TV ads these days? Well, almost every one you hear is not in fact the original recording but a completely new version. To give you an idea of how such reconstructions are produced, Nigel Beaham-Powell of Streets Ahead Music Productions recounts how he went about reproducing a Bryan Ferry track.

MIDI Basics - Part 5

Feature Series | Topic: Effects Processing, MIDI | Music Technology, Dec 1987

Part five of our series on basic MIDI applications turns its attention to MIDI-controlled effects; Bob O'Donnell patches in the 19" rack-mounts with maximum delay.

Tales Of The Supernatural

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1990

In keeping with the ideals of the hip hop movement, the Stereo MCs new LP sees ingenuity and talent used to wring the most out of a minimum of equipment. Simon Trask elevates his mind.

The Heart Of The Bass

Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1990

From his formative days experimenting with Torchsong, William Orbit has made good through his remixes and a new outfit called Bass-o-matic. Tim Goodyer watches time catch up with a techno-prophet.

King Of The Castle

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1992

Calum Malcolm: Going to Caledonia

Genetic Engineering

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1992

It began with an illicit remix of Suzanne Vega and it's already earned them their own album release. Simon Trask tracks down the elusive DNA musical partnership to ask who, how and why.

Rhythm methods

Group: Sound Advice

Feature | Topic: Microphones, Recording | The Mix, Aug 1994
Drum recording guide

From miking cymbals to mixing toms - all you need to know



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