|Sound International - May 1978|
What to do with that gem of a song when it's all finished.
An introduction to our lines of communication.
In the first of a series, Fred Dellar looks at the chequered career of Gus Dudgeon.
Lowdown on constructional projects for the smaller studio.
An introduction to a series on "music in which people are doing interesting, and often strange, things".
The Teac 80-8 tape machine, Tascam Model 5 mixer, and dbx DX-8 noise-reduction unit.
Music Part 1
Introducing "The Dots"
From the top is our man at the dots, Dave Stewart.
What every good keyboard player - and keyboard roadie — should know about where not to hit a synth.
Riverside Recordings — from bedroom Revoxes to 16-track slickness.
Charlie Tumahai & Simon Fox | Be Bop Deluxe
Be Bop Deluxe's drummer and bassist under the magnifying glass.
A readable survey — the first part covering manufacturers from A to L.
Gibson meet Moog in their new RD series guitars; Dave Blake's pen meets paper, his plectrum having met string.
Colin Hodgkinson on gauge selection and a Music Man Stingray.
A Sonor Phonic concert tom kit leaves reviewer Peter Randall breathless.
Dave Crombie checks out the Oberheim 4-voice polyphonic synth.
Tangerine Dream in concert, vinyl from Soft Machine and Elvis Costello.