|Recording Musician - January 1993|
A chance to air your views or seek solutions to your recording problems.
The latest in new product releases and recording news.
Edgar G Roover once more joins forces with the Heavenly duo. This month, we're programming the blues.
ART SGX T2 Guitar And Studio FX
ART have what is probably the most confusing product range on the market — and this is one of the latest models.
How speaker enclosures work, and how to position them for the best results.
Hughes & Kettner Tubeman Preamp
This dedicated guitar preamp benefits from hybrid tube circuitry, an integral speaker simulator and the ability to impersonate four quite different styles of amplifier.
Aphex Aural Exciter Type C2
Aural Excitement complete with the new 'Big Bottom' bass enhancer. A veritable feast of sonic titillation.
Fostex DCM100 & Mixtab Mixing System
Made possible by the revolution in consumer microchip design, this low-cost system automates virtually every control on the mixer, including EQ.
Handy Recording Tips & Techniques
A useful selection of technical information and tricks of the trade — a masterclass in miniature!
JJ Jeczalik And The Art Of Toys
Best known for his pioneering sampling work and his role in The Art of Noise, JJ holds strong views on the creative use and abuse of studio equipment.
Your chance to get your hands on a Hughes & Kettner Tubeman recording preamp by answering a handful of outrageously simple questions.
A step-by-step guide to the workings of a typical mixing console.
JL Cooper PPS2 MIDI/Tape Synchroniser
This compact device from time code pioneers JL Cooper makes light work of your MIDI-to-tape sync needs.
Audio Training Courses
Recording courses: what are they, where are they and do they increase your chances of getting the job of your dreams?
Masterly tricks for simulating stereo from mono or for stretching stereo beyond the boundaries of your loudspeakers!
MIDI-to-tape sync: why you need it, what it does and how you use it.
Whether you run a commercial studio or are planning to use one for the first time, you simply must read this.
Guest producer Robin Millar strikes a note of realism on the subject of home recording, record deals, and the size of A&R department waste bins...