|Home & Studio Recording - July 1985|
The latest scandal from the world of recording equipment.
Recording Electric Guitar
How to get the best in your studio from an electric guitar.
A first hand report on the trials and joys of setting up your own electronic music studio.
Steve Howell reveals the inner secrets behind the planning stage of your home studio.
Richard Niles searching for the source of his inspiration.
David Yorath is one of those fortunate people who have turned their hobby of recording into a career. Paul White caught up with him at his studio.
...is a bassist turned producer/engineer who has worked with many artists in both Europe and America. In this article he gives his opinions on the techniques and equipment he uses.
Once again we try to diminish the evergrowing mountain of demo tapes.
Pete Hook — Bass Player, Songwriter and Producer | Peter Hook
Although well known for his work as bassist with Joy Division and New Order, Pete Hook is a keen producer and owns a studio by the name of Swite 16.
Looking for an entry into the world of recording? Neville Unwin investigates one of the better-known beginners' courses in recording techniques.
The Beatles, Wings, Elvis Costello, Nick Heyward, Big Country... all have at one time or another come under the watchful ear of this producer/engineer.
A group with a difference - four voices, an engineer and electronic processing comprise this highly original classical ensemble.
In the second part of this series, Ben Duncan discusses different types of mains filters and their applications.
In this month's article we take a look at the most central piece of equipment in any recording studio; the mixer.
Your chance to catch up on those you missed.
Continuing the saga of the Tantek rack, this latest module complements last month's input module.
A selective view of the hardware available to the home recordist.