Recording Musician, Jul 1992
An exclusive look inside Genesis' private studio retreat deep in the heart of Surrey.
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Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1983
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Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1983
Topic: Advertisement Feature | International Musician, Jun 1986
Phil Collins explores the Octapads.
Sound On Sound, Nov 1990
All the latest hi-tech goodies, brought to you in glorious technicolour.
Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, May 1991
Moog Taurus Pedals
Ultimate bass? Legendary synth pioneers Moog once made the best bass synth on the planet: Paul Ward reassesses the power of Taurus in the light of '90s bass mania.
Topic: Humour | One Two Testing, Jan 1983
How to speak Musician
Understand record company executives, outwit shop assistants and grunt to roadies on their own level with our dictionary of musical terms.
One Two Testing, Nov 1983
Why the Thompson Twins, Genesis and Tears For Fears have plumped for plastic.
Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Apr 1989
Once considered an instrument no keyboard player should be without, more recently regarded as a mechanical monstrosity, the Mellotron was definitely an early sampler, but was it the first? Dave "Crumbly" Crombie reminisces.
Topic: Retail | International Musician, Mar 1975
Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Aug 1991
Arp Pro Soloist, Korg Sigma & Roland SH2000
In the early days of analogue synths, reconciling electronics and expression was hard work. Gordon Reid looks at the beginnings of pressure sensitivity.
Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1992
Roland's VP330 Vocoder Plus not only helped to put vocoders on the map, but has since become a classic keyboard in its own right. Gordon Reid says "synths that make you go Hmmm".
Topic: Recording Studios | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989
Mark J. Prendergast explores the recording process that surrounded Peter Gabriel's new album 'Passion' and takes a peep inside Gabriel's Real World studio complex.
Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1983
Topic: Sound Fundamentals | Music Technology, Feb 1988
Been puzzled by references to just intoned or even tempered scales, or wondered exactly what the DX7II's "microtonality" is all about? Robert Rich has the answers.
Music Technology, Jun 1992
Has popular music really become as stale as you think, or have you simply lost your ability to assimilate it? Tim Goodyer looks at the effects of growing volumes of music on limited listening resources.
International Musician, Oct 1975
Topic: Video / Film / Picture | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1982
Making Music, Apr 1986
All the snippety little secret bits of musicians' gossip that no-one else would print
Music Technology, Nov 1989
The non-musician has taken a lot of stick from his educated counterparts, yet he's contributed a lot to musical progress. What separates musicians and non-musicians?
Topic: Music Theory | Making Music, Apr 1986
Music Technology, Jun 1990
To mime or not to mime, that is the question. Just when does miming stop being a convenient practice in presenting music TV programs and start to have an effect on the music itself?
Making Music, Jul 1986
New music from Eurythmics, David Lee Roth, Queen, Genesis, ELP, and old-time Beatles.
On The Beat - Part 12
Topic: Drum Programming | Music Technology, Jul 1990
No time to lose when it comes to odd metres. Nigel Lord takes a look at "difficult" time signatures in this month's instalment of MT's rhythm programming series.
Topic: Retail | International Musician, Apr 1975