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International Musician & Recording World - August 1985

Editorial
Editorial

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More problems solved by your favourite surrogate Samaritans

Buzz
News

The latest from the musical frontline

Street Sounds
Feature

Busking

The much maligned art in theory and practice. Feature and acoustic guitar by Adrian Deevoy

Going For A Song Part 1
Feature

Phil Walsh with some tips on buying second hand gear

Beatroute
Feature

The Cult

The Cult reduced to little boxes

Stewart's Enquiry
Interview

David A Stewart

A reversion to Rock 'n' Roll, an expanded guitar collection, a strange miking technique, another production job and he still finds time to go through Be Yourself Tonight sound by sound with Tony Horkins

So You Want To Be A...
Feature

FOH Engineer

A look at the lives of the men at the Front of the House. By Jim Betteridge

The Glass of '85
Interview

Philip Glass

The synthesist who knows no parameters discusses his works. Interview by Tony Mills

PA Column
Feature

Lone Justice

From LA to Harlesden with Lone Justice

Feelers On The Dealers
Feature

Music Village

Billy Punter joins the Village people in Chadwell Heath

Young, The Stratocaster, and The E Street Shuffle
Interview

Nils Lofgren

Chris Maillard takes a close look at the E Street man's unorthodox guitar technique

Tona De Brett's Vocal Points
Feature

Due to popular demand the swinging singing tutor is back with her own series

Tales Of Ordinary Madness
Interview

Madness

The Camden Cowboys are back with a fresh outlook and a new IP on the way. Jonathan James investigates

Musical Micro
Feature

Bananas and Softsels

Advice for those with unusual computers

The Politics of Dancing
Interview

Gil Scott-Heron

The radical Godfather of Rap explains his theories on Bluesology to Richard Walmsley

The Managers
Feature

Derek MacKillop

Lloyd Cole and the Commotions' man winds up the series.

Casio CZ-5000
Review

Synthcheck

Excellent sounds plus a sequencer for under a grand. Tony Mills gets very worked up

Westone Spectrum GT Bass
Review

Basscheck

An ideal semi-pro instrument

Spectrum FX Six String
Review

Guitarcheck

Dave Burrluck tests the top of the Westone range

Studiomaster Stellar FET-1
Review

Ampcheck

The slick, compact new power amp gets the Curtis Schwartz once over

Sequential Circuits Tom
Review

Drumcheck

An abundance of features and digital sounds. Bob Henrit gets down to some serious TOMfoolery

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Competition

A Cactus, a Carlsbro, and a C-Tape trigger—the electro-percussionist's package par excellence pourvous to win

Boss DSD-2 Digital Sampler
Review

Effectscheck

A simple delay pedal at first glance but Dave Burrluck discovers its true possibilities

Sabian B20 Range
Review

Cymbalcheck

Smooth and affordable says Bob Henrit

Article Group:
Recording World

Cosmic producer makes good — Joe Boyd on page 106... sampling delay from Korg on page 110... studio equipment update with the APRS review on page 113... a Shocking home taping story on page 116... Tascam's eight track reel-to-reel 'portastudio' on page 119... a new series called 'Track Record' kicks off on page 124 detailing the recording of a hit single; this month Marillion's 'Kayleigh'... Boss Microrack effects units on page 128... Sarm West, Frankie's home from home, is this month's studio focus on page 131... but first...

Studio Diary
Feature

Disturbing tales of everyday studio folk

The Producers
Interview

Joe Boyd

Chas de Whalley meets legendary Folk Rock svengali, Joe Boyd

Korg SDD-2000 Sampling Digital Delay
Review

Studio Test

Curtis Schwartz samples Korg's new digital delay

APRS Review
Show Report

The cream of the recording equipment from the recent show

Home Taping
Feature

What do you get if you cross a Fostex A-8 with two women and Chris Maillard?

Tascam Model 388
Review

Studio Test

Track Record - Kayleigh
Feature

Marillion

A new series that allows you to take the producer's chair in the making of a track. This month we look at Marillion's Kayleigh

Boss Micro Rack Series
Review

Studio Test

Jim Betteridge finds that small is beautiful and that the Roland Micro Rack series is very desirable

Studio Of The Month
Feature

Sarm West

Report by Curtis Schwartz.

News
News

Where all the hottest scoops hang out

Article Group:
The British Music Fair Supplement

The British Music Affair Alias
Show Report

Unsung Heroes Alias
Competition

Article Group:
Roland Newslink - Summer 1985

Link Lines Alias
Editorial

Tape Winner Alias
Competition

On The Rack Alias
Feature

Product News Alias
News

On the Spot Alias
News

Roland Dealer News

Input Alias
Feature

International Musician & Recording World - Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.

 

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