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Interviews

Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 1

Interview | Music Technology, May 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie

In an exclusive interview, the co-founder of the Fairlight company and father of the CMI talks about the machine's development, and outlines his plans for the future. Simon Trask pops the questions.

Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 2

Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie

Second and final part of our interview with Fairlight's co-founder. Simon Trask listens to what he has to say about the future of musical technology.

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Kim Ryrie - Inside Views: Fairlight

Feature | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture, Sampling | Sound On Sound, May 1987

Continuing our series that looks at hi-tech companies and design personnel working in the field of music and recording technology, Paul Gilby talks sampling with Kim Ryrie, President of Fairlight Instruments of Australia.

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Kim Ryrie - Inside Views: Fairlight

Feature | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture, Sampling | Sound On Sound, May 1987

Continuing our series that looks at hi-tech companies and design personnel working in the field of music and recording technology, Paul Gilby talks sampling with Kim Ryrie, President of Fairlight Instruments of Australia.

Fairlight Update

News | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1982
Fairlight's Father Flies In!

Fairlight Series III

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1986
THE ULTIMATE SOFT MACHINE

The Fairlight (in its previous Series II guise) was/is probably the most famous computer musical instrument in the world. Everybody knows the name, but few really know what its true capabilities are. Now there is a new breed of Fairlight, far more powerful and far more sophisticated than the old one ever was - the Series III. Richard Elen takes a look at the mind-boggling potential of this Rolls-Royce of sound sampling/synthesizing machines.

Fairlight CMI Review

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1981

The Guitarist's Revenge

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1984

The all-but-forgotten guitar synth is due to return to music shops with a vengeance this summer, in the shape of Roland's GR700/G707 system and a breathtaking new British design, the SynthAxe. Paul White puts both instruments through their paces.

The Fairlight Explained - Part 1

Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1984

In the first part of a major new series, Jim Grant attempts the impossible by trying to explain the workings of the Fairlight CMI in terms that mere mortal musicians can understand. In-depth simply isn't the word...

The Fairlight Explained - Part 5

Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984

More on Kim Ryrie's CMI, the instrument that started it all, from the pen of Fairlight-user Jim Grant.

This artist was mentioned in these interviews:-

Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 1

Interview | Music Technology, May 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie

In an exclusive interview, the co-founder of the Fairlight company and father of the CMI talks about the machine's development, and outlines his plans for the future. Simon Trask pops the questions.

Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 2

Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie

Second and final part of our interview with Fairlight's co-founder. Simon Trask listens to what he has to say about the future of musical technology.

 

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