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    Sounding Off: Good Ideas

    Mark Wherry

    Is modern music more concerned with good sounds than with good ideas?

    People Feb 2002
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    Paul White c.2003

    The Benefits Of Copy-Protection

    Leader

    The current extent of software piracy poses a serious threat to the economical stability of the software companies on whom we rely...

    People Jan 2002
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    Sounding Off: Beyond The Safe & Familiar

    Richard Leon

    There's an array of powerful music‑making software tools out there, but because they're considered 'hard' they don't get the same publicity as the latest toys available at your local music shop.

    People Jan 2002
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    SOUNDING OFF

    Eddy Robinson talks about bringing MIDI into the 21st century

    Much effort is currently being invested in establishing new digital audio interface standards for the future - but shouldn't we also be thinking about bringing MIDI into the 21st century?

    People Dec 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    By Andy Searle-Barnes

    Education versus making the tea: which one is the path to enlightenment?

    People Nov 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    No TV shows about making music, by Big George

    Why is it that you can watch 20 TV shows a week about decorating your house, but not one about making music? Big George speculates.

    People Oct 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    Dave Shapton explains why he doesn't play live any more!

    Dave Shapton explains why he doesn't play live any more!

    People Sep 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    John Walden Explains The Problems He Encountered Using Windows

    As a means of personal therapy, John Walden explains what he learned from spending the New Year with Windows pains.

    People Aug 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    Paul Ward wonders whether 'classic' always means 'good'...

    Paul Ward wonders whether 'classic' always means 'good'...

    People Jul 2001
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    SOUNDING OFF

    Paul Farrer reveals how he learned to stop upgrading and love the music.

    Paul Farrer reveals how he learned to stop upgrading and love the music.

    People Jun 2001
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    PAUL NAGLE: Virtual Analogue Synths — Inspiring The Same Affection As Analogue Counterpart?

    Sounding Off

    Can a virtual analogue synth inspire the same affection as its genuine analogue counterpart? Paul Nagle thinks not...

    People May 2001
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    ROBIN MORLEY: Copyright Implications On The Net

    Sounding Off

    Many musicians bemoan the Net's implications for copyright but, as Robin Morley says, people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones...

    People Apr 2001
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    ROGER DERRY: MIDI's Impact On Quality Of Music

    Sounding Off

    There are still those who lament the fact that MIDI and music technology have made it possible for anyone to produce music, with a potential impact on overall quality — but Roger Derry isn't one of them...

    People Mar 2001
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    STEVE LEVINE: My Imposter

    Sounding Off

    Leading producer Steve Levine recently discovered that a fake Steve Levine has been masquerading as the real thing, to secure work under false pretences. Read on for the rest of this amazing story....

    People Feb 2001
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    KEVIN PERRY: Radical Redesign For Modern Digital Audio Software

    Sounding Off

    Kevin Perry proposes a radical redesign for modern digital audio software as we know it...

    People Jan 2001
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    Paul Ward with African talking drum in his studio.

    Sounding Off: Is It All Getting Too Easy?

    Paul Ward

    Samples, re-sampling, looping, cutting and pasting — is it all getting too easy? Is the phrase 'dance music' becoming an oxymoron?

    People Jan 1999

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