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Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | International Musician & Recording World, Jul 1986
Go Active!

Phil Walsh promotes an active life

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, May 1986
Pot Pourri

Phil 'D.I.Y.. YI. Like you verry much' Walsh with another handful of handy hints

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Sep 1986

Phil Walsh solves all your lead connection problems at once with his handy multi-way junction box. What a clever boy he is!

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Aug 1986

Phil 'D.I.Y.V.O.R.C.E' Walsh gets his head together — an HH Performer amp head, to be precise.

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Jan 1986
Individual Outs For The Drumatix

Dr Phil 'DIYnamic range' Walsh performs a bit of surgery on the Roland Drumatix

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Live, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Oct 1986
Sounding Out

Phil Walsh is in complete remote control, and tells you how to mix on a budget.

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Mar 1986
Impedance. What is it?!

This month, Phil 'I've been there lovey' Walsh discusses impedance — a distressing personal complaint often faced by musicians. Next month — curly leads, and what you can do about it: a Doctor writes.

Chips From The Editor's Workbench

Feature | Topic: Humour | Making Music, Jul 1986

Joking apart, this one-off practical column makes the rest of the magazine look quite serious.

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Dec 1986
Modifying The Midiverb

Phil 'D.I.Y., Cap'n, but the engines canna take it' Walsh with a mod to turn your Midiverb into a great live tool

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | International Musician & Recording World, Jun 1986
The Easy Life

Phil 'DO or DIY' Walsh with a neat and tidy solution to footswitch overkill

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Effects Processing, Electronics / Build | International Musician & Recording World, Feb 1985
Signal Processors

Phil Walsh DIYversifies to take a look at effects pedals

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build, Maintenance / Repair / Modification | International Musician & Recording World, Nov 1986
Remote Control System

Phil 'DI — Why do I have to endure these terrible puns' Walsh with the second part of his remote control project for amps

Workbench

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | International Musician & Recording World, Feb 1986
Making A Foot Switch

Switched-on Phil 'the DIY-lithium crystals canna take it, cap'n' Walsh gets pedal powered

Workbench - Part 2

Feature Series | Topic: Electronics / Build | International Musician & Recording World, Nov 1985
Group Lighting Board

Phil 'DIYse up' Walsh sheds yet more light on your band

In A Busker's Pocket

Feature | One Two Testing, Sep 1985

we turn out the Levis of the poor

Amiga Notes

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Dec 1993

Roland R880

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1989
Digital Reverb Unit

Digital reverberation technology is recognised for making reverb units cheap, but the same technology means a little more money buys a lot more power. Vic Lennard reflects on the R880.

Dr. T's MRS

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1989
Software for Atari ST/Amiga

MIDI sequencing software doesn't come much cheaper than Dr T's MIDI Recording Studio. Ian Waugh compares the Atari and Amiga versions of the affordable face of sequencing.

Dr T's Tiger Cub

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1991
Commodore Amiga Software

Following its success as an Atari ST sequencing/notation program, Tiger Cub finds itself available to Commodore Amiga owners. Ian Waugh gets a new pet.

Amiga Notes

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992

AMAS

Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1990
Advanced MIDI Amiga Sampler

Got an Amiga? Want a sampler? Then cast your beady eye over this one. Greg Truckell is your guide.

DR T'S KCS

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1990
Software for the Amiga

One of the Atari ST's most flexible sequencers recently found itself ported across to the Commodore Amiga. Ian "Dr W" Waugh finds what Amiga owners have been missing.

Understanding Electronics

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1982
How To Make Music Projects

A regular column that explains the electronics of music

Dr T's Copyist Apprentice

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1990
Software for the Amiga

Dr T's programmers probably sieep as often as rust. Ian Waugh boots up the latest version of the successful Copyist scorewriting program - and finds that it's running on his Amiga.

Amiga Notes

Feature | Topic: Computing | Sound On Sound, Jun 1993

 

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