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April 1999 Magazine Contents

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    AKG C4000B condenser microphone.

    AKG C4000B

    Condenser Microphone

    Multi‑pattern microphones traditionally have true capacitor capsules and are correspondingly relatively expensive — until now. We test AKG's affordable new C4000B, the first dual‑diaphragm, multi‑pattern mic with an electret capsule.

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    Behringer DSP1000 Virtualizer V2

    24-bit Multi-effects Unit

    We try out what must be the most cost-effective programmable 24-bit effects unit on the market. But can quality really come at such a low price?

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    Fairlight CMI.

    Fairlight CMI (Retrozone)

    Computer Musical Instrument

    Norm Leete waxes lyrical about the mega‑synth that introduced sampling to the world back in 1980 and went on to appear on innumerable hit singles and albums.

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    JBL LSR28P

    Bi-amplified Monitor Loudspeaker

    JBL's latest active two-way reference loudspeaker system has been derived from their impressive LSR32 range-topper.

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    SPL Vitalizer MK2-T

    Psychoacoustic Enhancer

    The latest incarnation of SPL's enigmatic Vitalizer offers a mixture of the qualities of other models in the range. But does it have anything new to offer?

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    TC Electronics G Force

    Guitar Effects Processor

    Though marketed as a guitar effects unit, the G Force might be more accurately described as a full-function studio effects processor with some neat guitar-related functions added.

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    Technosaurus Microcon & Cyclodon.

    Technosaurus Microcon & Cyclodon

    Analogue Monosynth & Sequencer

    Gordon Reid gets twiddling with two small but perfectly formed analogue units aimed at the pockets — literally — of today's aceed‑hungry dancemongers.

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    Dave Eringa, producer of The Manic Street Preachers.

    Dave Eringa: Recording Manic Street Preachers

    Track: 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next'

    The first single from the Manic Street Preachers' This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours album entered the UK charts at no.1 — even though the band had adandoned their traditional power‑chord approach in favour of acoustic guitars, string machines and unusual synth effects. We talk to Dave Eringa, the producer who oversaw this successful change of direction.

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