mu:zines is the result of thousands of hours of effort, and will require many thousands more going forward to reach our goals of getting all this content online.
If you value this resource, you can support this project - it really helps!
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985
Paul Tingen takes a look behind the scenes with Mai Tai production duo Eric van Tijn and Jochum Fluitsma — and finds out about songwriting, recording and home-made samplers.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1986
Sophie and Peter Johnston
If the major labels let you down and you're writing sophisticated electro-pop, forming your own record company is one way of getting your message across. Annabel Scott meets a remarkable brother-and-sister duo.
Talkback - Part 2
Interview | Sound International, Sep 1978
Richard Elen's fact-extraction mission with engineer Phill Brown reaches its conclusion.
Interview | The Mix, Jul 1994
Tracking the progress of a DIY mix that went official
Interview | International Musician, May 1975
Interview | Sound On Sound, Oct 1992
Instrumental music doesn't sell, the UK dance scene is totally bereft of life, and dance bands never produce decent albums. Wrong, wrong, wrong — and 808 State are back with proof. Nigel Humberstone talked to Manchester's finest during the recording of Gorgeous, their third album.
Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1989
England's North has consistently produced some of the most innovative electronic music. Simon Trask talks to a band set to take their place alongside New Order and Heaven 17.
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1993
808 State - Absolutely Gorgeous
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1993
Into The Nineties
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1989
Haying abandoned the independence of Factory Records in favour of the relative safety of a major record deal, ACR are back in the limelight with a new LP. Nigel Lord asks questions of commerciality.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1990
You can't discuss the Manchester dance movement without A Guy Called Gerald. Simon Trask talks success and setbacks to one of Britain's most influential young artists.
Interview | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989
Vie Marshall asks who is A Guy Called Gerald?
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1985
Dance music with direction
Interview | International Musician, Mar 1986
Will the new-look ABC find success as easy as 1-2-3? Or will their latest Lexicon of Love lose something in the translation? Philip Bashe finds out.
Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1988
Whatever happened to Thomas Leer? What's become of Propaganda? If you've heard of a band called Act you already know the answers to these questions, if not, David Bradwell is right on cue with this interview.
Interview | Phaze 1, Feb 1989
Interview | The Mix, Dec 1994
Adam Mosley chats about producing The Plot Thickens
Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1990
By ignoring the charts and treating dance music as a live phenomenon, Adamski has won himself a huge following and a chart placing. Simon Trask talks about the live applications of studio music.
Interview | One Two Testing, Mar 1984
One Two listens to Stratists Jeff Beck, Adrian Belew and Richard Thompson. Plus a Hendrix compilation.
Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1987
What have David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, King Crimson, Frank Zappa and Jean-Michel Jarre got in common? They've all employed the services of Adrian Belew, one of the world's most inventive guitarists, and a man with a passion for creating new sound textures.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990
Al Hospers, chief executive officer of Dr.T's Music Software in Boston, paid a flying visit to the recent PC Show during a whirlwind tour of Europe. Paul Gilby asks him about the past, present and future activities of this prolific music software house.
Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1988
A British playwright looks into the future and sees a composer locked away from the world with a machine that makes music for him. John Walters talks scripts and Synclaviers.
Interview | Sound On Sound, May 1986
The man who took the credit for production on Pink Floyd's superlative 'Dark Side Of The Moon' album has since had ten years of album success with his own creation: The Alan Parsons Project. Richard Elen managed to track him down to London's Mayfair Studios, to discuss the appliance of music technology in his recordings.
Interview | Topic: Mastering, Restoration / Archival | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
20 years of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon
Original engineer on the 'Dark Side Of The Moon' sessions, Alan Parsons, explains the 20th anniversary remastering of this classic album.
Interview | International Musician, Oct 1975
Portrait of the artist as a (suffering) young man