Sound International Magazine July 1978 John Wetton Bill Bruford interview

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Sound International Magazine July 1978 John Wetton Bill Bruford interview
Sound International Magazine July 1978 with the following content...

13 NEWS Studios and Recording; Instruments and Equipment; Etcetera. 20 . LETTERS Rhodes amplification, dbx versus Dolby, praise, criticism and more. 22 . THE RHYTHM SECTION Harmony in the UK John Wetton and Bill Bruford still rhythmic after all these years. 29 . SMALL STUDIO ACOUSTICS Mike Craig avoids egg-box cliches and tells you how to do it properly. 35 . MUSIC PUBLISHING How songwriting collaboration can equal more than 1+ 1. 36 - LETTER FROM LA Editor gets sun-tan; justifies expenses, etc. 39 INTERVIEW Tony Oxley sneers commendably at commercialism in music. 42 SECOND HAND Looking for a reasonable raita, an affordable axe, a cheap tubular bell? Read on! 47 NEW MUSIC Electronics and synthesiser music. 48 TAPE MACHINE SURVEY - 3 A readable survey covering manufacturers from I to T. 52 STUDIO PROJECT Martyn Maynard tells you how to make your very own di box. 56 THE PRODUCERS Tom Newman tubular Tom raps with our own dread feller. 61 WEE ALSO HAVE SOUND-HOUSES Richard Attree looks at the computer as musical instrument, and the implications thereof. 67 GUITAR Looks like Fender without Leo is a bit like the Four Seasons without Frankie Vivaldi (anagram 14 letters). 71 BASS Colin Hodgkinson wide-eyed and fretless. 75 KEYBOARDS Dave Crombie's review of the Prophet 5 synth leaves us speechless. 79 DRUMS An electrified Peter Randall looks at the Syndrums syndrome. 82 SOUND - REPORTS AND VIEWS Cover shot, reggae vinyl, FM and reviews. Dave Stewart is on the road; Music continues next month. Cover photo: Roger Phillips. More details page 82

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