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February 1998 Magazine Contents

Reviews

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    Allen & Heath MixWizard 14:4:2

    Rackmountable Mixer

    There is an element of magic in any audio design, but the Allen & Heath MixWizard series may have more than most.

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    BSS Opal DPR422

    Compressor / De-esser

    Does the DPR422 have the right combination of price and performance to break BSS into the project studio market?

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    Clavia Nord Modular (Preview)

    Virtual Analogue Modular Synthesizer

    If you'd love a modular synth, but couldn't possibly afford a real one, it's possible that virtual salvation is at hand.

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    Doepfer MAQ16/3

    MIDI Analogue Sequencer

    The original MAQ 16/3 analogue-style step sequencer, developed with the help of Kraftwerk's Florian Schneider, was released almost five years ago, but Doepfer clearly believe in shelf-life and have continued to update this unique instrument. Chris Carter steps ahead.

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    Korg TR Rack

    Expanded Access Synth Module

    Korg's new module makes the synthesis technology of their flagship Trinity workstation range more affordable — but at what cost?

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    Neumann TLM50

    Capacitor Microphone

    Neumann's versatile TLM50 omni-pattern mic combines transparency with a subtle high-end lift.

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    Roland Jupiter

    Analogue Polysynths [Retrozone]

    Roland's Jupiter family yielded one or two shining examples of what an analogue polysynth should be.

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    TL Audio Ivory Series VP5051

    Valve Processor

    David Mellor warms to TL Audio's new mid-range valve voice processor.

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Techniques

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    Effective Drum Programming: Part 1

    Tips & Techniques

    If you're after a great rhythm section, these days it's very easy to whip up a great groove from a MIDI file disk. But an inside knowledge of how and why drum patterns work can help make you a better musician and get your rhythm section really working.

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    Using An Optically Connected Multi-channel Digital Setup

    Wix Wicken: Songs And Visions

    The spread of the ADAT 8-channel optical digital interface to studio equipment of all kinds has raised the prospect of a revolution in multitrack digital recording. Self-confessed digital evangelist (amd Korg UK product specialist) Paul Wiffen explains how the optical digital interface and several fibreglass cables made keyboard session player Wix Wickens' life easier at last year's prestigious Songs and Visions concert at Wembley.

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