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Steve Lipson - The Price of Fame

Interview | Music Technology, May 1987

...Is already hugely successful as an engineer, producer, musician and programmer for the likes of Grace Jones and Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Paul Tingen finds fame has made him disillusioned and cynical.

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Act - Action Direct

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.

Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Frankie Goes To Liverpool

Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1986

The superbly produced music of Frankie Goes To Hollywood embodies the whole spirit and character of modern hi-tech recording methods. With the release of their long-awaited second album 'Liverpool', it seemed an opportune moment for Paul Gilby to discover if there is more to the band than Trevor Horn's production techniques.

Dave Meegan - ...I Nearly Joined The Foreign Legion! - Part 2

Interview Series | Topic: Recording Studios | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985

Last month we followed the career of Dave Meegan as he progressed from studio tape-op to full-time engineer at Trevor Horn's Sarm West Studios. This time Chris Allison discovers Dave's feelings about studio life in the fast lane.

The Art of Propaganda

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1990

Back in 1985, Propaganda made an astonishing debut with 'Dr. Mabuse' and the classic album 'A Secret Wish'. After years of silence, a split with ZTT records, and the departure of three-quarters of the original line-up, Michael Mertens is back with a new-look Propaganda, and feeds the party line to Nigel Humberstone.

Beat Dis

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1991

Into the future with RSS, and looking back to programming 'Say A Little Prayer', Bomb The Bass talk technical to Mike Collins.

Factory Records

Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1993
Oceanic interviewed

Merseyside's pop trio on presets, jingles, Nirvana and 2 Unlimited

Marillion airs

Interview | One Two Testing, Sep 1985

gear-speak from all the band's men

Andrew Poppy - Pop Goes Minimal

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1987

A successful composer of minimal music or would-be writer of pop instrumentals? Tim Goodyer isn't sure so he challenges the man himself for the answers.

Johnny Hates Jazz

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988

Johnny Hates Jazz are in the privileged position of being allowed to produce their own debut album. David Bradwell talks to the band about their unusual situation, their techniques and their philosophies.

Mike Myers - Workshop Boys

Interview | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Jul 1988

A pro studio that's offering its facilities to new bands for free? Mike Myers tells Nicholas Rowland what's wrong with the record biz and how he's trying to put it right.

Simon Darlow - Slave to the Great Outdoors

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1987

After an apprenticeship under the wing of the Frankies' Trevor Horn, Simon Darlow spreads his own; he talks to Paul Tingen about the hazards of writing, playing and producing your own album.

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Steve Lipson - Drum Hum

Feature | Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | Making Music, May 1987

bang wallop

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Synclavier Programmer

Feature | Sound On Sound, Mar 1986

Jonathan Sorrell is one of a handful of session programmers working with the world's most sophisticated sampling keyboard - the Synclavier. Paul Gilby discovers how it came about.

The People's Music

Editorial | Music Technology, May 1987

If music-making becomes more and more popular, will the quality of popular music automatically slide downwards? Is the Casio VL-tone responsible for Starship?


Editorial | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1984

Frankie says Extract Your Digits. But should we?

Trade Winds - BMF 1989

Show Report | Music Technology, Sep 1989
British Music Fair Show Report

This year's British Music Fair attracted hordes of equipment-hungry punters eager to see what the future of music might hold. Simon Trask was there asking the same question.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Communique

Feedback | Music Technology, Jun 1987

Steve Lipson, MT's choice of featured artists, and a couple of other points receive criticism from irate readers.

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Feedback | Music Technology, Sep 1987

More letters from the front: a dealer defends himself, a reader attacks the blank tape levy, onlookers rally to Steve Lipson's cause and pop and serious music clash over technology.

Mega Smoke

News | Making Music, Dec 1986
Goes Chrimbo Crazy

A special seasonal waft of your favourite news and gossip column, this time drifting through the whole magazine and including mini-interviews with the likes of China Crisis and jokes from the likes of us. The fun starts here.



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