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'''Home & Studio Recording''' or '''H&SR''' magazine was was a spin-off magazine to [[Electronics & Music Maker]], it's first issue in September 1983 actually being given away with E&MM and fully released with the November 1983 issue. Although the magazine was predominately focused on Home recording systems, it did publish a number of DIY and informative articles. The magazine ceased publication in May/June 1994.
 
'''Home & Studio Recording''' or '''H&SR''' magazine was was a spin-off magazine to [[Electronics & Music Maker]], it's first issue in September 1983 actually being given away with E&MM and fully released with the November 1983 issue. Although the magazine was predominately focused on Home recording systems, it did publish a number of DIY and informative articles. The magazine ceased publication in May/June 1994.
  
==Electronic music projects==
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== Electronic music projects ==
 
The '''Tanrak'''  series of articles described a rack based multi-effects system designed for home studio use. These were also sold as complete modules by the Tanrak company, via adverts in the magazine.
 
The '''Tanrak'''  series of articles described a rack based multi-effects system designed for home studio use. These were also sold as complete modules by the Tanrak company, via adverts in the magazine.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Index to H&SR SDIY articles]]
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* [[Home & Studio Recording SDIY articles index]]
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 17:04, 3 May 2017

Home & Studio Recording or H&SR magazine was was a spin-off magazine to Electronics & Music Maker, it's first issue in September 1983 actually being given away with E&MM and fully released with the November 1983 issue. Although the magazine was predominately focused on Home recording systems, it did publish a number of DIY and informative articles. The magazine ceased publication in May/June 1994.

Electronic music projects

The Tanrak series of articles described a rack based multi-effects system designed for home studio use. These were also sold as complete modules by the Tanrak company, via adverts in the magazine.

See also

External links