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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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    Living With Latency

    Monitoring Delays In The Digital Studio

    Anything you record into a computer takes time to reappear at your speakers. We show you ways to tackle these delays.

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    Tape Delay In Your DAW

    Using A Reel-to-Reel Recorder For Echo Effects

    Second-hand tape recorders are cheap and can provide uniquely warm, organic delay effects. Best of all, its a piece of cake to integrate them into a digital mixing setup. We tell you how...

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    Software Studios: The Next Generation

    PC Musician

    The totally software studio, with sound quality at least as good as that offered by studio hardware, is now more feasible than ever before. But what are the factors to consider if you're going to go completely 'soft'?

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    Emu's Patchmix DSP Demystified...

    The Mixing & Routing Engine

    We demystify the powerful internal routing and mixing engine within Emu's recent popular range of computer audio interfaces.

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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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    Setting Up A Computer Studio

    Four Computer-based Recording Systems Explained

    A frequently recurring question from new sequencer/DAW users is what else they need to set up a complete studio. We show you how to create the most simple usable system, and how to expand and adapt it to more demanding applications.

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    Soundscape Masterclass: Part 1

    Power User Tips For Soundscape Workstations

    We show how you can use well-known Soundscape features in unusual manners, plus more in-depth explanation of some specific Soundscape functions, including details of how to use VST and Direct X plug-ins to process Soundscape audio.

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    The Future Of MIDI & Audio?

    mLAN & Yamaha's 01X Music Production Studio

    With the recent announcement of Yamaha's keenly priced 01X Music Production Studio, it looks as though mLAN, the Firewire-based protocol for multi-channel digital audio and MIDI, might be about to come of age. We take an early look at the new system.

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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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