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    When Rights Are Wrongs

    Paul White's Leader

    The National Consumer Council believe the rules about what music can and cannot be copied by the public need radical overhaul. Editor In Chief Paul White throws his personal view into the hat too...

    People Sep 2006
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    Roger Nichols: Across The Board

    Balanced Power Supply

    Troubled with ground loops and mains hum? The answer is to switch to a balanced power supply.

    People Sep 2006
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    Sounding Off: Musical Values

    Christopher Budd

    Has the computer changed our musical values?

    People Sep 2006
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    Crosstalk: Your Feedback

    Readers' Writes

    Some of the more interesting correspondence we receive at SOS towers.

    People Aug 2006
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    Money Isn't Everything

    Paul White's Leader

    Editor In Chief Paul White ponders ways to make recordings on a tight budget...

    People Aug 2006
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    Sounding Off: Are DJs Musicians?

    Harry Webley

    They certainly need talent... Harry Webley ponders their place in the universe.

    People Aug 2006
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    Quality Matters!

    Paul White's Leader

    It's too easy to blame your prized equipment for a poor recording, when in fact the problem lies with your music and the way it is played...

    People Jul 2006
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    Roger Nichols: Across The Board

    Audio Preservation

    What can we, as engineers or musicians, do to prevent our recorded legacy being lost?

    People Jul 2006
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    Sounding Off: Simplicity

    David Glasper

    Simplicity: for a brighter tomorrow.

    People Jul 2006
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    Full Circle?

    Paul White's Leader

    Will the day come when we will see our synths and processors as external rackmount gear?

    People Jun 2006
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    Roger Nichols: Across The Board

    The Current State Of Affairs

    This month, Roger tackles some questions from his bulging virtual postbag...

    People Jun 2006
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    Sounding Off: A Tale Of Two Synthesizers

    Gordon Reid

    This month, we present a sobering tale of two synthesizers...

    People Jun 2006
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    Crosstalk: Your Feedback

    Readers' Writes

    Console Yourself

    I don't think I've ever seen your magazine mention a useful...

    People May 2006
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    Recipe For Success?

    Paul White's Leader

    More food for thought from SOS's Editor In Chief, Paul White.

    People May 2006
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    Roger Nichols: Digital-To-Digital Transfers

    Across The Board

    How can you go wrong with digital-to-digital transfers? And why is it bass that sounds better at 24-bit?

    People May 2006
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    Sounding Off: Musical Creativity

    Ben Mullon

    What's really important when it comes to musical creativity?

    People May 2006
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    Crosstalk: Your Feedback

    Readers' Writes

    SOS staff respond to your feedback, criticisms and advice...

    People Apr 2006
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    Paul White

    New Tricks

    Paul White's Leader

    More musings from SOS's esteemed Editor In Chief, about our new Mix Rescue series.

    People Apr 2006
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    Roger Nichols: Across The Board

    The Current State Of Affairs

    Celebrated producer and engineer Roger Nichols begins his new Sound On Sound monthly column with the fruits of bitter experience archiving digital audio...

    People Apr 2006
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    Sounding Off: Vintage Samplers

    Jem Godfrey

    One man's burning devotion to vintage samplers serves as a cautionary tale...

    People Apr 2006
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    Crosstalk: Don Buchla Replies

    Readers' Writes

    Synth pioneer Don Buchla took issue with some points raised by our review of his 200e modular synth and felt them somewhat unfair — read on and you decide.

    People Mar 2006

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