|Home & Studio Recording - November 1985|
A sampling digital delay line from Korg - the SDD2000.
At one time it was a pottery studio. At another it was the home of Edward the Confessor. Now it is Millstream Recording Studio. Owner Dik Cadbury tells all.
A sampling delay line with a very long memory, this time from DOD.
H&SR looks at Sony's tiny compact disc player and offers a few excuses for buying one.
Marvin Caesar, the president of Aphex speaks about how the Aural Exciter came into being, and for the first time reveals news of some forthcoming interesting new products...
Acoustic Drums 2
To continue the saga of recording acoustic drums, this month we look at ways of treating the recorded sound.
A rack-mounted cassette multitracker for the home recordist.
Boss DSD2 Sampler/Delay
The Boss DSD2 Sampling pedal.
Sound and video post production engineer | Dave Woolley
...of Trilion Video talks about the differences in recording techniques between audio and video.
Zsa Zsa defected from Hungary to Britain with very little knowledge of English. Now she has her own home studio in London, complete with Greengate sampler.
John Harris and Shirley Gray attempt once more to diminish the ever-growing stack of readers ' demos.
The ins and outs of phasing explained.
Rane PE15 Parametric Equaliser
The Rane PE15 Parametric Equaliser.
In this first article of a new series, John Harris examines basic song arrangement.
The final part of the saga.
Yet another of Paul Williams' modules for the Tanrak.