|Home & Studio Recording - May 1986|
Models WM-V001, WM-V002 and WM-003 put to the test.
Your Razor Blade
Steve Howell covers the basics of good splicing practice in preparation for next month's article on creative remixing.
Janet Angus discovers the secret of Peter's success in producing big selling dance music.
A comprehensive flick through the back issues.
A really neat 16 into four mixing desk.
Is it a reverb? Is it a sampler? Yes and no; it's Yamaha's new digital Jack of all trades and it offers surprising value for money.
Your chance to win a Teczon 4x4 multitrack cassette recorder.
Band in a Box Studio
'Band In A Box' who have put their home studio to commercial use, voice their opinions on tea and biscuits.
Is this the ultimate limiter?
A surprisingly useful little effects unit for less than the price of a good fuzz box... it's got to be a winner.
Mordaunt and Short MS25 Loudspeakers
A pair of cost effective hi-fi speakers that might be just what you need in your home studio.
Martin Sheehan explains the workings of audio/visual slide productions.
Compared to a critical appraisal by Ben Duncan, the Spanish Inquisition was about as daunting as an old lady asking the time.
Craig Chaquico, lead guitarist for Starship and keen home recording enthusiast talks to Paul White about his studio.
A worthy successor to the long running 250 and at no extra cost.
A budget pitch following sampler for the ever expanding Boss Micro Rack.
A Comedy of Errors
Just when you though it was safe to read the back pages, Ben Duncan conjures up an additional episode which this time really does finish off this enthralling saga.
Clive Keeler describes the building of a simple test tone oscillator which can be mounted in a patchbay if required.
Once again, your demos come under the constructive scrutiny of John Harris and Shirley Gray.