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'S' Appeal

Tascam MSR24S 24-track

The birth of a new standard? Dave Lockwood drools over Tascam's Dolby S-equipped 1-inch 24-track.

AN OLD PRO

Steinberg Pro 24 Amiga

Steinberg's Pro24 Amiga sequencer is the latest arrival in the rather sparse field of Amiga music software. Paul Overaa looks at a new incarnation of an old favourite.

C-LAB: Colour Monitors, Force Legato; Overlap Correction; Pattern Overview; Fonts & Drive; Diatonic insert; STEINBERG: Getting groovy with Cubase; Interactive phrase synthesizer

C-Lab: Colour Monitors, Force Legato; Overlap Correction; Pattern Overview; Fonts & Drive; Diatonic insert. Steainberg: Getting groovy with Cubase; Interactive phrase synthesizer.

MCGILL UNIVERSITY: Master Samples

McGill University Master Samples

David Mellor reviews a sample library for the educated user.

SONY DTC55ES DAT RECORDER

Sony DTC55ES DAT Recorder

Sony's DTC55ES is their contribution to the first wave of domestic DAT recorders. Richard Aaron looks at what it can offer in a recording context.

THE FINALE ANALYSIS

Coda Finale Analysis PC Music Notation Software

Coda's Finale is well established as a respected Mac scoring program. Peter Cudmore looks at a new version for the PC.

People + Opinion

LAURIE ANDERSON

Laurie Anderson

Laurie Anderson, pioneer and populiser of avant-garde electronic music, and arguably 'the' performance artist, recently brought hew 'Empty Places' show to the UK. Interview by Mark J. Prendergast.

SOUNDING OFF: Hire Companies and R&D by Richard Goldblatt

Hire Companies and R &D by Richard Goldblatt.

THE VINYL SOLUTION

Genie Cosmas

If you want something done, sometimes you've just got to do it yourself... Genie Cosmas explains why and how she recorded and released Red Sunset, her band's debut album.

Technique

DAVE STEWART'S MUSIC SEMINAR

Dave Stewart's Music Seminar: Part 8: Deep Underground

Part 8: Deep Underground.

RECORDING TECHNIQUES

Recording Techniques: Part 15: The Mix (1)

Is it true that you can 'Fix it in the mix'? David Mellor explores the most mysterious part of the recording process.

STUDIO VISION

Opcode Studio Vision In Use

Opcode's ground-breaking sequencer, Studio Vision, lets you manipulate audio data as easily as MIDI events. All you need is a hard disk recording system like Digidesign's Sound Tools, a fast Macintosh computer with plenty of storage capacity, and some creative ideas. Paul D. Lehrman reports.

TAKE A STAND

Take A Stand

Martin Russ looks at solutions to the perennial problem of where to put all those keyboards and other hi-tech boxes.

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