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    Digital Interfacing

    Connections & Clocking For Digital Audio

    Getting the jitters about your digital clocking? Don't know your AES from your EBU? Then read on.

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    Yamaha AW4416 User Tips: Part 2

    Masterclass

    Another selection of creative and time-saving tricks for Yamaha's fully featured hard disk multitracker.

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    Yamaha AW4416 User Tips: Part 1

    Masterclass

    Combining the guts of an 02R mixer with a fully featured multitrack recorder, the AW4416 ended up being a prodigiously complex beast. Our hands-on workshop shows you which of those snazzy features work best in practice, and how to use them efficiently.

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    Roland VS2480 Masterclass: Part 2

    More Hands-on Power User Tips

    A collection of imperative tips for harnessing the power of Roland's monster multitracker.

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    Roland VS2480 Masterclass: Part 1

    Hands-on Power User Tips

    Get the most from Roland's flagship recording workstation with this indispensible collection of power user tips.

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    Q&A November 2002

    Your Technical Questions Answered

    Is it possible to link multiple Tascam 788 recorders? How can I move files between my computers? How do I use a degausser to demagnetise tape heads? What's the difference between the Sennheiser MD421 and MD421 MkII microphone? Can you suggest a good weighted keyboard? Can I copy vinyl to CD via an S/PDIF connection? Can I use my Logic plug-ins with another sequencer? How do digital errors affect the stereo image?

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    Roland VS Series Masterclass

    VS880 & VS1680 Tips & Techniques

    Handy tricks and tips for getting the best out of Roland's VS880 and VS1680 workstations.

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    iPod

    Apple Notes

    On October 25th 2001 Apple released their first non-Mac device for many years, the iPod. Apple Notes spots a vital clue which makes the iPod rather useful to the recording musician, whatever the general consumer makes of it...

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