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October 2000 Magazine Contents

Reviews

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    Alesis Masterlink 2

    CD Mastering Processor

    Paul White checks out the new features offered by the recent software update for Alesis' unique CD mastering processor.

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    Drawmer 1969

    Dual-channel Valve Preamp/Processor

    Drawmer's 1969 model, developed with US pro audio dealer Mercenary Audio, seeks to offer the facilities of their acclaimed 1960 valve-based processor, but with a more American sound.

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    Line 6 Pod Pro

    Physical Modelling Guitar Preamp

    You might think the Pod Pro is just a Pod in a rack, but there's a lot more to it than that.

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    Mackie HDR24/96

    24-track Hard Disk Recorder

    We test one of the most eagerly awaited products of the year! Does the Mackie HDR24/96 really offer the best of both the traditional hardware and computer recording worlds?

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    MXL 2001

    Cardioid Capacitor Microphone

    The mic wars hot up, with this low-price contender throwing in a shockmount at no extra cost.

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    Roland GR33

    MIDI Guitar Synthesizer

    Roland's new guitar synth is their most affordable yet, but could it also be the best?

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    Roland HPD15 Handsonic

    Hand Percussion Pad

    Nicholas Rowland is star-struck by Roland's frankly fabulous new hand percussion controller.

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    Sequential Prophet 3000 [Retrozone]

    16-bit Stereo Sampling System

    Robert Alexander pays tribute to the short-lived yet truely revolutionary Prophet 3000 which, like Sequential themselves, vanished almost overnight...

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Techniques

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    Priorities & Triggers

    Synth Secrets

    In these days of 64-note polyphony and 32-part multitimbrality, it's easy to forget the importance of note-priority systems in analogue monosynths — yet they can have a drastic effect on what you hear when you play or trigger an old synth. Gordon Reid provides a refresher course.

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People

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    Mark Hill: Artful Dodger

    Producing Craig David

    Since UK garage emerged from the underground last year, record companies have been scrambling to sign up the stars of the latest Big Thing. Foremost among these is Mark Hill, who, as well as being one half of Artful Dodger, has also produced Craig David's hit single and debut album Born To Do It.

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