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Interviews

Stephen Hague - Talking Shop

Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1988

Building his career on productions of Jennifer Warnes, Malcolm McLaren and the Communards, Stephen Hague has found his greatest success with The Pet Shop Boys. David Bradwell talks shop.

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Production Wars

Editorial | Music Technology, Mar 1988

What is a producer's role in making music? Come to that, what is a producer? With today's technology bringing the recording studio into peoples' homes, the rules are changing.

We Are The Management

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1988

Who are the music biz' management, and do you really need them? David Bradwell talks to the people who take care of the stars and their affairs.

Studio Diary

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician, May 1986

More from the world of pine cladding and deep-pile carpet

The A-Z of Analogue - Part 2

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Sep 1993

Part 2, ARP to Buchla. Buchla? Yep, Buchla

Total Recall - Part 12

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | The Mix, Aug 1994
Vintage technology strikes back

Collector’s corner - including the A to Z of Analogue

This artist was mentioned in these interviews:-

Stephen Hague - Talking Shop

Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1988

Building his career on productions of Jennifer Warnes, Malcolm McLaren and the Communards, Stephen Hague has found his greatest success with The Pet Shop Boys. David Bradwell talks shop.

New Order

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1989

Making their presence felt in the singles charts once again, New Order are celebrating eight years together with a new album and forthcoming tour. David Bradwell and Chris Williams investigate the Order of things.

Vince Clarke - Waiting For The Perfect Song

Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1988

Since introducing the world to the delights of pure synth-pop in 1981, Vince Clarke has continued to demonstrate his mastery of the popular song form through the medium of synth technology. Paul Ireson investigates.

Pacific Specifics

Interview | Making Music, Nov 1986

Two of the group write, the rest play, and they end up with "The Pacific Age" LP.

Pet Sounds

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1993

A behind-the-scenes glimpse into who does what, and how, in the making of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's classic synth-pop records.

Under New Orders

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1994

More than a decade and a half after they first fell out of Manchester, New Order's most married couple are still at the nerve-centre of the band's activities. Helping them come to terms with it all - Phil Ward

Hollywood Beyond - Behind Hollywood Beyond

Interview | Music Technology, May 1987

'What's the Colour of Money?' was one of last year's most inventive hit singles, but since then, little has been heard from Mark Rogers. Tim Goodyer talks to him as the first HB album is released.

Hugh Padgham

Interview | Sound On Sound, May 1988

Hugh Padgham has worked with some of the best contemporary artists - The Police, Genesis, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, and Phil Collins, to name but a few - and has earned his place in the recording industry history books through his sensitive, innovative, and inspired sound engineering and production work. How did he do it? Brian Jacobs finds out...

OMD - Dawn of a New Age

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1986

From synth pop to sequencers and back. Two-and-a-half years since they lost graced our front cover, Paul Humphreys and Andy McCluskey tell Tim Goodyer how progress is made, as album number seven hits the streets.

 

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