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Why Just Intonation?

Feature | Topic: Sound Fundamentals | Music Technology, Feb 1988

Been puzzled by references to just intoned or even tempered scales, or wondered exactly what the DX7II's "microtonality" is all about? Robert Rich has the answers.

Blank Software Alchemy

Review | Music Technology, May 1988
Sample Editing Software

A sample editing package to beat all sample editing packages? Robert Rich test-drives a universal editor that may be the answer to many a sampling studio's prayers.

The Secrets of Timbre

Feature | Topic: Mixing, Sound Fundamentals | Music Technology, Jul 1988

Don't touch those Level and Pan controls - you may be able to solve your mixing problems more easily than you think. Robert Rich explains how the timbre of a sound affects its performance in the mix.

Digidesign Turbosynth

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1988
Synthesis Software

CAD meets synthesis inside the Apple Mac. Robert Rich fires up a program that allows you to design your sounds on computer before transferring them to your sampler.

Aphex Feel Factory

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989

American company Aphex bring us a new concept in the "humanisation" of machine-generated music, in the form of their Feel Factory. Robert Rich finds himself in the world of grooves and Feel Algorithms.

Lexicon LXP5

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
Multi-fx Processor

Their LXP1 brought luxury reverb within reach of home studios, now Lexicon's LXP5 offers a variety of new effects to the studio on a budget. Robert Rich reads the lexicon of fx.



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