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Sound On Sound - September 1993

Leader
Editorial

Getting Better All The Time

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Feedback

This article has no OCR bodytext.Shape Of Things To Come
News

Latest news from the hi-tech music recording scene.

Wot, No Keyboards? Part 1
Feature

The Alternative MIDI Controllers Session

We explain why MIDI isn't just for keyboard players...

Power To The PC!
Review

Power Chords PC Sequencer

Studio Ergonomics
Feature

Making Yourself At Home In The Studio

Akai CD3000
Review

CD-ROM Sample Player

We test the world's first CD-ROM sampler.

Sound Bites
Feature

Production Tips & Techniques

Weird Science
Interview

Holger Czukay

Inside this German synth pioneer's home studio.

Drawmer DL441
Review

Quad Auto Compressor Limiter

Professional Monitor Company LB1
Review

Transmission Line Monitor

Funky Stuff
Feature

Making Classic Funk

Oceanic
Interview

Fun In The Waves | Oceanic

Star Quality
Review

Studiomaster Star System Mixer

Is it an analogue modular synth? No! It's a mixer with a difference.

Bank Managing
Feature

The MIDI Bank Select Message Explained

Soundscape
Review

Hard Disk Recording System For The PC

Why is there such a fuss about this British-made multitrack hard disk recorder? Read our review to find out...

SPX Appeal
Review

Yamaha SPX990 20-Bit Digital Multi Effects

We put the first affordable 20-bit processor through its paces.

Practical Studio Design Part 2
Feature

Soundproofing Doors And Windows

Article Group:
Widgets

Concise Reviews Of Essential Accessories

Digidesign Audiomedia LC
Review

Digital Audio Board For The Mac LC

PC Notes
Feature

Sample Shop
Review

Wilf Smarties gives a new batch of CDs a spin.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Demo Doctor
Music Review

John Harris dissects and diagnoses your demos.

Production Lines
Opinion

Stephen Street

Smiths' producer Stephen Street lets off some steam.

Sound On Sound - Copyright: SOS Publications Ltd.
The contents of this magazine are re-published here with the kind permission of SOS Publications Ltd.

 

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