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Interviews

Philip Glass - 20th Century Americans - Philip Glass - Part 1

Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1993

Philip Glass: Glazed expression

Philip Glass - Glassworks

Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

Minimalist extraordinaire

Philip Glass - Glassworks

Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Sep 1985

Category crossing contemporary composer cornered

Philip Glass - A Touch of Glass

Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1989

Philip Glass is best known for his work as a minimalist classical composer, but recently he's been completing work in fields as diverse as opera, piano recitals, film and synth ensembles. Mark Jenkins talked to the minimalist maestro during a fleeting visit to London for his latest opera, 'The Making Of The Representative From Planet 8'.

Philip Glass - The Glass Bead Game

Interview | Making Music, Jul 1986

The man the man who the man who makes the man who the man who the man who makes repetitive music.

Philip Glass - Glassworks

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1983

Fashionably minimalistic, America's premier avant garde composer recently visited the UK for an all too brief concert tour. He has been cited by many international stars as one of their first influences, yet commercial success has eluded him. Dan Goldstein listens to what he has to say

Philip Glass

Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1991
The Making Of A New Music Supremo

Philip Glass is the best known, and certainly the best paid, contemporary new music composer. In London for performances of his music for the films Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi, he talked to Mark J. Prendergast.

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Philip Glass - Concert Review

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1982
Phillip Glass
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New Sounds

Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1990
The Virgin Guide To New Music

New Electronic & Instrumental Music In The Late 1980s

Feature | Sound On Sound, Apr 1989
An overview

Mark Prendergast presents a general overview of record labels, artists, and recordings that make up the exciting area of new electronic and experimental music in the late 1980s.

The New Age Music Conundrum

Feature | Sound On Sound, Jan 1987

What is 'New Age' music? Who plays it, and why is it apparently so popular? Our resident musicologist Mark Prendergast traces its development back to the work of 'new music' composers Arnold Schoenberg and Erik Satie.

Sydney Harbours Radicals

Feature | Music Technology, Feb 1988
Sydney Music Conservatorium

Music technology Australian style. To prove that there's more to the Australian music scene than the Fairlight, Jonathan Puckeridge pays a visit to the Sydney Music Conservatorium.

Philip Glass - Concert Review

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1982
Phillip Glass

Technart TUK 200

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Pitch-to-MIDI Conversion System

The search for an alternative to the keyboard as a MIDI controller continues - with a system from a new British company called Technart. Debbie Poyser tracks down the TUK 200.

Sing Out

Editorial | Music Technology, Nov 1991

If Led Zeppelin were active today, they'd be forgiven for recording 'The Songs All Remain The Same'. Tim Goodyer looks at technology and the singer.

When The Going Gets Tough

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1986

Recording your own music is only the first step to getting it heard; to do that, you need to deal with A&R people at record companies. Paul Tingen meets them, and discovers why so few bands succeed in impressing them.

The Unholy Marriage

Feature | Topic: MIDI, Syncronisation | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1986
MIDI and SMPTE

Two industry standards settle their timing differences and agree to work together. Chris Meyer checks it out and discusses proposals for the MSMPTE.

Question & Answer Time

Editorial | Music Technology, Nov 1987

Never a dull moment at the office, as the telephone keeps the world in touch with Music Technology.

Oberheim Cyclone

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1989
MIDI Performance Effect

The arpeggiator is still regarded by many as "the poor man's sequencer", but Oberheim may be about to change that with a small grey box called Cyclone. Simon Trask blows hot and cold.

Comment

Editorial | Music Technology, Feb 1993

Soft Music

Feature | Topic: Computing | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

Arpeggiate the BBC

Life after Death

Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronic Soundmaker, Dec 1984

Last years' gear making next year's sounds - courtesy of some creative mixing.

The Expander

Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1985

Mark Jenkins' system

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Music Review | Making Music, Jun 1986

Peter Gabriel, The Ramones, Philip Glass, That Petrol Emotion, and old-time Velvet Underground.

Peter Gabriel - Passion

Feature | 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.

 

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