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Rock Around the Clock

Feature | Topic: Recording, Synthesis & Sound Design | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1986

An interesting approach to experimental music using clocks as a basis for rhythm generation. Digital watches are right out.

Rock Around The Clocks

Feature | Topic: Syncronisation | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
Synchronisation Explained

Many hi-tech musicians see tape synchronisation as a necessary evil. Dave Lockwood ponders the pitfalls and muses on the mysteries of timecode.


Feature | Topic: History / Culture, Video / Film / Picture | One Two Testing, Aug 1985

is video nasty?

PA Column

Feature | Topic: Live | International Musician & Recording World, Dec 1986

You can Run, but you can't hide — They're back again, Run DMC live at Hammersmith. Old Fogey Jim Betteridge covers his ears


News | One Two Testing, Jul 1984
news from the front

new gear news

Alan Price

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Oct 1975

Portrait of the artist as a (suffering) young man

Words Up

Feature | Topic: Arranging / Songwriting | Making Music, Aug 1987
Better Lyrics



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