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Cut And Thrust - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: Marketing / Promotion, Music Business | Music Technology, Jan 1993
Cutting a record
Make your own music, make your own record, make your own luck
Cut & Thrust - Part 2
Feature Series | Topic: Marketing / Promotion, Music Business | Music Technology, Feb 1993
Cutting A Record
When push comes to shove - part two of MT's guide to releasing and promoting your own record
Feature Series | Topic: Music Business, Sampling | Music Technology, Apr 1993
The first of our new series on the very live issue of sampling, taking all the technicalities into account. Dom Foulsham begins with an examination of the law as it currently effects all involved. An indispensable guide, if you're concerned about clearance and want to avoid that nasty little rubber glove
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Music Technology, May 1993
Dom Foulsham continues our series on the digital ins and outs of sampling, and talks to some arch sampling professionals about the tricks of their trade. Discover how to get a convincing crash cymbal; how to break the rules creatively and stay legal; and 20 things to do with a redundant manual. Read it and weep, Jive Bunny
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1993
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Music Technology, Jun 1993
Concluding our sideways look at the art and soul of sampling, Dom Foulsham covers N to Z in his alphabet of tips
Sampling Confidential - CD Heaven - Part 4
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Music Technology, Jul 1993
Dom Foulsham continues his series with a guide to the ever-expanding world of sample CDs: what to look for, how to find it, and how to get the best out of the off-the-shelf loop. I know we said the series was concluding last month, but we were wrong, OK? Think of it as a bonus.