Sound International Magazine May 1978 Be-Bop Deluxe Gus Dudgeon Dave Stewart

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Sound International Magazine May 1978 Be-Bop Deluxe Gus Dudgeon Dave Stewart
Sound International Magazine May 1978 with the following content...

21 NEWS Studios And Recording; Instruments And Equipment; Etcetera; News Feature: Denmark. 33 MUSIC PUBLISHING What to do with that gem of a song when it's all finished. 35 SOUND ADVICE/LETTERS An introduction to our lines of communication. 36 THE PRODUCERS In the first of a series, Fred Dellar looks at the chequered career of Gus Dudgeon. 41 STUDIO PROJECT Lowdown on constructional projects for the smaller studio. 43 NEW MUSIC An introduction to a series on "music in which people arc doing interesting, and often strange, things" 45 THE TASCAM WAY I The Teac 80-8 tape machine, Tascam Model 5 mixer, and dbx DX-8 noise-reduction unit. 50 MUSIC From the top is our man at the dots, Dave Stewart. 55 CARE & FEEDING OF THE SYNTHESIZER What every good keyboard player and keyboard roadie should know about where not to hit a synth. 59 STUDIOFILE Riverside Recordingsfrom bedroom Revoxes to 16-track slickness. 64 THE RHYTHM SECTION Be Bop Deluxe's drummer and bassist under the magnifying glass. 68 TAPE MACHINES SURVEY A readable survey the first part covering manufacturers from A to I.. 75 GUITAR Gibson meet Moog in their new RD series guitars; Dave Blake's pen meets paper, his plectrum having met string. 79 BASS Colin Hodgkinson on gauge selection and a Music Man Stingray. 83 DRUMS A Sonor Phonic concert tom kit leaves reviewer Peter Randall breathless. 87 KEYBOARDS Dave Crombie checks out the Oberheim 4-voice polyphonic synth. 90 SOUND REPORTS AND VIEWS Tangerine Dream in concert, vinyl from Soft Machine and Elvis Costello.

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