|Home & Studio Recording - May 1987|
Digital Effects Processor
Reverb and delay from Roland in the guise of the DEP-3, a scaled down version of the popular DEP-5.
Tantek enters the professional market with a patchbay par excellence.
Walls have Ears...
DIY soundproofing and acoustic treatment for walls.
If you rely on the electric guitar in your recording but daren't annoy the neighbours, then this is what you've been dreaming about.
Yet another show. Organised by the Audio Engineering Society, this 4-day show displayed the latest advancements in recording technology.
Although the title 'maintenance engineer' does not have the glamour of 'producer', it is an essential job. Paul Ward tells us why.
More than just a hi-fi speaker. These 'dual concentric' models make the grade as serious home studio monitors.
SMPTE Events Controller
The increasing popularity of SMPTE has meant a corresponding growth in sync units. We take a look at this one from Bokse.
HM from the control room chair.
Want to buy a mic for under £50? Try these for size.
Programmable delay effects from Toa.
In the last part of Ben Duncan's series, he examines the acoustic properties on Live End/Dead End studios.
MIDI Programmable Mixer
A programmable mixer that will find a good home in a home studio.
Simon Croft gets into tape loops and comes up with some interesting conclusions.
Tell us Another One
Yet another Idea from Clive Brooks enabling you to deprive your fellows of money.
More tips for the home recordist.
There's a lot more to the humble digital delay than meets the eye. Paul White investigates.