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Electronics & Music Maker - July 1985

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Another dip into the E&MM postbag.

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Editorial

Mistaken Identity

The critic under criticism.

Ensoniq Mirage
Review

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.

Expand Ability
Review

Two manufacturers follow their already established polysynths with keyboardless voice expanders. Trish McGrath puts the Chase Bit 01 and Siel Expander 80 through their paces.

Sequential Tom
Review

Programmable digital drum machine

Following the Drumtraks in vocation and the MAX in appearance comes TOM, Sequential’s latest. Simon Trask finds out if reverse drum samples really do have a use.

Microskill AS32
Review

All-digital Programmable Polysynth

A British-built additive synthesis instrument with multiple keyboard splitting and overlaying, and up to 16 voices at its command. A dream come true? Simon Trask has the answer.

Korg SDD2000
Review

MIDI-controlled Sampling Delay

Korg’s latest digital delay looks like any other - but it offers comprehensive MIDI-controlled sound-sampling facilities. Tim Goodyer checks it out.

Electronic Percussion Checklist
Feature

This month’s Checklist turns its attention to the world of electronic drum kits and drum machines. Price guides will never be the same again.

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Music Review

Record reviews, readers’ tapes, gig and video reviews - they’re all here as E&MM’s new music feature expands its critical horizons.

Take Two
Interview

Moraz and Bruford Embrace the New | Patrick Moraz, Bill Bruford

Patrick Moraz and Bill Bruford, two of music’s best-established virtuoso players, talk about their two-year relationship and a new LP. Interview by Dan Goldstein.

Improbability Factor: 42
Interview

Level 42

Level 42 keyboardsman Mike Lindup takes a break from recording of the next album to talk to Tim Goodyer about Fairlights and Synclaviers, among other things.

Divine Production
Interview

Zeus B Held

German producer Zeus B Held - the man behind the name - shares sampling secrets and delaying tactics with Tim Goodyer.

Fair Facts
Show Report

A sneak preview of what you can expect to see at this year’s British Music Fair - the first to open its doors to the public for years.

Confessions
Feature

...of an English kit builder.

An insight into the problems and pleasures of constructing electronic music kits - by Godric Wilkie, who’s built hundreds.

Patchwork Downloads
Feature

The readers’ synth sound page. This month, ever more resourceful patches for the Yamaha DX7 and Roland Jupiter 8 polysynths.

Back to Basics Part 7
Feature

Steve Howell puts sex, murder and intrigue to one side to make way for a study of modulation in its many and various forms.

Article Group:
Computer Musician

Editorial
Editorial

Hyped up about hype. David Ellis challenges hi-tech advertising.

Rumblings
News

Featuring sequencer software for the IBM PC from Octave Plateau, Sight & Sound’s Music Processor software for the CBM64 and a music-copying program in use at Oxford University’s Music Faculty.

Atari 520ST
Review

16-bit Home Computer

Not just another home computer; more like the future of the entire domestic micro industry, not to mention the MIDI software one. Simon Trask has the details.

The Art of Going Soft Part 3
Feature

The Music 500 receives an AMPLE voicing and sequencing program to tempt junior programmers into getting their feet wet.

Passport MIDI/4 Plus and MIDI/8 Plus
Review

Software for Apple II and Commodore 64

Sequencing software aimed at the Apple II and CBM64. Four- and eight-track versions receive expert scrutiny from David Ellis.

Hinton MIDIC
Review

MIDI Hardware and Software for RS232 Interface Standard

A MIDI utility hardware and software package for any RS232-equipped micro. Review by Simon Trask, who’s thinking of having RS232 fitted to himself.

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News

Latest news from E&MM’s own music software division.

Electronics & Music Maker - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

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