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

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

    People Jul 2001
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    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?

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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

    People Jan 2001
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    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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