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February 1996 Magazine Contents

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    Akai SG01v

    Vintage Sound Module

    We try out Akai's first synth in absolutely ages — and discover a monster in sheep's clothing.

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    Alesis DM5

    Drum Module

    Paul White checks out the successor to his beloved D4 and ends up casting sidelong glances at his cheque book.

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    Audio Technica AT4050

    Studio Capacitor Microphone

    How does Audio Technica's AT4050 multi-pattern studio mic compare with their hugely popular AT4033 cardioid mic?

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    Digitech RPM1

    Valve Rotary Speaker Simulator

    There have been Leslie simulators before, but none to exploit the sympathetic warmth of valves.

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    Digitech Studio Quad

    Digital Effects Processor

    Paul White tries to pigeonhole Digitech's new effects unit — but quickly discovers that it can mean different things to different users.

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    Digitech TSR6

    Stereo Effects Processor

    Digitech have trimmed back both price and features for the latest addition to the TSR effects family. But does the newcomer offer enough bang per buck?

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    Mackie 1202 VLZ

    12-Channel Mic/Line Mixer

    Paul White puts Mackie's new 1202 VLZ next to his original 1202 and discovers more changes than you might expect.

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    Roland JX3P

    Polysynth [Retrozone]

    Michael Anthony takes us back to the mid-eighties, when MIDI was in pre-school playgroup, and manufacturers built synths that couldn't decide if they were analogue, digital, or both...

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    Waldorf Pulse

    Monosynth

    A monosynth that doesn't cost monopoly money? Paul Nagle thinks Waldorf's new Pulse offers the most fun you can have with your presets off...

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    Yamaha 02R

    Digital Recording Console

    Paul White experiences the delights of this all-digital, automated mixing environment where unwieldy cable harnesses and tiered patchbays are the thing of the past.

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    Klaus Schulze: Digital To Analogue Conversion

    German Philosophy

    The Godfather of German electronic music, Klaus Schulze favoured an all-digital approach to recording the '80s. The last few years, however, have seen a radical revision of his former philosophy. Paul Tingen meets the man for whom old working habits die hard...

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