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Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
...was the title of The South Bank Show's much-criticised electronic music extravaganza of a couple of months back. Here the programme's musical consultant, composer Tim Souster, argues the case in favour of the show's content.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1981
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Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1983
This premier producer, conductor and arranger discusses his solo album 'The Best of the Alan Parsons Project'
Interview | Sound International, Nov 1978
Bassist John Greaves & Drummer Pip Pyle
Is the National Health coughing up blood? Tony Bacon gets to grips with the current state of the queues and cures. Music for liver salts. The Greaves-Pyle team of whitecoats gives a semi-exclusive interview to a private patient.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1985
An exclusive interview with the innovator of electronic music and mentor of today's stars, Karlheinz Stockhausen.
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Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1983
Klaus Schulze & Rainer Bloss, Tim Souster
Show Report | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
IRCAM Computer Music
According to composer Tim Souster, the aisles were certainly full of noises at October's symposium on personal computers in music held at Paris' distinguished music research centre, IRCAM. Read his report.
Editorial | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1985
Remember the South Bank Show's electronic music special not so long ago? David Ellis will probably never forget it.
Feature Series | Topic: Algorythmic Composition, Composing / Art | Music Technology, Apr 1989
The second and final part of this series on computer composition examines the differences between human composers and their electronic counterparts. Ian Waugh keeps the score.
Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1987
A Re-Review Of The Roland MC4 Microcomposer
...But let us not forget what went before. Steve Howell again, on the machine that introduced the world to recording music by punching in a set of numbers. It's still usable today.
Show Report | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
Exclusive reviews of two avant garde music festivals that saw technology pushed to its creative limits, Ars Electronica at Linz and the International Computer Music Conference at IRCAM, Paris.
Editorial | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
The art of perseverance.
Feature | Topic: Education | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1981
Computer music and electro-acoustic education in London.
Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1981
A new column introducing musicians with their own home studios.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1988
In terms of sheer numbers, Hybrid Technology’s computer music system for the BBC micro outsells any other music software package on the market. Ian Waugh finds out why.
News | Home & Studio Recording, May 1985
A brief look at the new bits and pieces that make life interesting.
Questionnaire Results - Part 2
Feature Series | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1984
Readers' replies to the second half of our survey, analysed by David Ellis.
Feature | Sound International, May 1978
An introduction to a series on "music in which people are doing interesting, and often strange, things".
Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1985
CTS Studio 4
Simon Trask spends a day in the shadow of Wembley Stadium, visiting a new dedicated keyboard studio successfully functioning within the confines of an established studio complex.