|Music Technology - December 1993|
Picking up the signals from the world of music and technology...
Sheep On Drugs
One band's mission to save rock and roll - with technology. On the spot: Phil Ward
MT's enquiry into the health of the independent label scene continues with a visit to the home of electronic listening music.
This month, Electronic Dream Plant to Elka.
Concluding our series on bass styles, Simon Trask goes ethnic
Two ways to control video images using the existing musical interface.
Andy McCluskey manoeuvres his way around our questionnaire
Expert tips on fine-tuning your effects in exact time with your BPMs.
Pet Shop Boys
A behind-the-scenes glimpse into who does what, and how, in the making of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's classic synth-pop records.
Keeping an eye on the products that count.
A 'home' keyboard with attitude, or does the WX2 have ideas above its workstation
Dimensional Space Reverb
Can a stereo unit create 3D ambience?
PC sequencing and notation software
16-track sequencing and notation software for the PC. Especially for those who know the score...
The SP is the playback/editing and memory bit; the SXII does the recording. Peavey rewrite the rules of sampler design.
integrated MIDI-to-light controller
Eight channels of lighting, 300w per channel - all controlled through MIDI Channel 16. Is this he light at the end of the tunnel?
music accompaniment player
Auto-accompaniments, yes - but it's a recordable sequencer too. And you can fiddle with it on the train...
double CD player
Double turntables are the DJ stock-in-trade. Can the CD format take the dance floor by storm?
sequencer for the Atari ST, TT and Falcon
A 16-track package from weden for the ST, TT or Falcon. Any resemblance to Creator is not coincidental
Once it was called Readers' Tapes. Then it was Demo Takes. Now it's Dare! - and it's still the best insight around into what people are doing out there
Get it off your chest, and on The Editor's tits...
You must remember this...
This month: M People, The Other Two, Chris & Cosey, The Higher Intelligence Agency and more...