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    Music Producers Guild Assess Your Demos

    Another selection of reader demos comes under scrutiny from a panel of Music Producers Guild members.

    People Jul 2003
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    Demo Doctor

    Reader Recordings Diagnosed

    More readers' recordings given the once-over by resident audio doctor, John Harris.

    People Jul 2003
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    Business End

    MPG Reader Demo Assessments

    Under scrutiny this month by the Music Producers Guild panellists are: Jazz Dentist; Pig; Alex Moody; Qhixldekx

    People Jun 2003
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    Demo Doctor

    Readers' Demo Recordings Assessed

    This month: Blue Dog Yawning = Top Demo • Guy Katsav • Quickies: Richard Amos; Andy Ruff; Martin Noakes; Dirtyboy

    People Jun 2003
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    Demo Doctor

    Readers Demos Reviewed

    This month: Ariel Lerner = Top Demo • Delta 400.

    People May 2003
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    The Reel World: Scoring For Pictures

    Those SOS readers that followed up some of the links in the April 2001 Net Notes column may be interested in Jeff...

    Reviews Oct 2001
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    Creating A Website: Part 6

    Tips & Tricks

    Mike Simmons concludes his serious on designing and cosntructing a web site by answering some of the mant reader queries received in response to earlier instalments.

    Techniques Dec 1999
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    Creating A Website: Part 5

    Tips & Tricks

    Mike Simmons ties up some loose ends with some words on browser compatibility, a look at other Internet music other than Real Audio, and a brief guide to using frames on your site.

    Techniques Nov 1999
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    Creating A Website: Part 2

    Tips & Tricks

    Mike Simmons continues his introduction to web design for musicians with a more detailed look at the most important HTML tags, and explains how, when and in what form to use graphics on your site.

    Techniques Aug 1999
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    Creating A Website: Part 1

    Tips & Tricks

    Computers have always been important in the hi-tech studio for sequencing and, latterly, recording audio. They can, however, be equally useful for publicising and distributing your music, if you're connected to the Internet. Mike Simmons explains the basics of setting up a web site from a musician's perspective.

    Techniques Jul 1999
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    Music Engineering [Book]

    by Richard Brice

    The perfect all‑round audio reference book is still to be written and, I suspect, never will be. However, this new tome...

    Reviews Mar 1999
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    The Hammond Organ: Beauty In The B

    Few keyboard instruments are as fascinating and awe‑inspiring as the Hammond B3. The combination of ingenious electro...

    Reviews Mar 1998
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    Lovetone Wobulator Stereo Vibrato/Tremolo Pedal

    Despite the huge technological advances over the last two decades, it's surprising how many SOS gear lists have...

    Reviews Mar 1998
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    Keyfax Software Twiddly Bits & Twiddly Beats

    MIDI Files

    Twiddly Bits are short MIDI files, available in either PC/Atari or Mac format, and contain musical extracts, drum patterns, drum fills and percussion lines which can be cut and pasted into your own compositions.

    Reviews Sep 1995
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    Vacuum State Electronics Tube Preamp Cookbook

    The author of this book, Allen Wright, obviously takes his tube audio very seriously indeed, but don't expect this work to...

    Reviews Sep 1995
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    Metrasound SY22 RAM Program Cards

    Paul White looks at a RAM program card from Metrasound for use in a Yamaha SY35.

    Paul White looks at a RAM program card from Metrasound for use in a Yamaha SY35.

    Reviews Mar 1995
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    Sound Recording Practice (Fourth Edition)

    Derek Johnson looks at a book from John Borwick exploring Sound Recording Practice.

    Derek Johnson looks at a book from John Borwick exploring Sound Recording Practice.

    Reviews Mar 1995

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