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Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1993
The life of (Terry) Riley
Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989
Mark J. Prendergast interviews California-born musician Terry Riley, the influential inventor of 'minimalist' music.
This artist was mentioned in these other (non-interview) articles:-
Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1990
The Virgin Guide To New Music
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.
A History Of Electronic Music - Part 2
Feature | Topic: Composing / Art | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1982
History of Electronic Music - Part 7
Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1982
Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1982
Feature | Sound International, May 1978
An introduction to a series on "music in which people are doing interesting, and often strange, things".
Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1982
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Digital Multi-effects Processor
In the multi-effects processor wars, Digitech's DSP 128 Plus distinguishes itself with comprehensive facilities and little sound colouration. Ian Waugh treats himself.
Feature | Music Technology, Aug 1989
The ability to accommodate microtonal tunings may look good on the spec sheet of your favourite synth, but what use is it to you? Scott Wilkinson reads between the lines.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988
Software for the Atari ST
Previously exclusive to Mac owners, Intelligent Music's M compositional software is now available for the Atari ST. Intelligent Ian Waugh investigates its application to a variety of musical styles.
Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1986
Italian-designed keyboards have received mixed success over the years. Elka's old Rhapsody string synth was a popular instrument in the seventies but their main polysynth, the Synthex, failed to set the world alight. That may well be about to change with the release of their impressive 9-voice, multi-timbral, DX7-soundalike, the EK44, and the 6-voice analogue EK22. Or is it? Mark Jenkins offers his views.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Roland MPS & MUSE
Roland's first serious venture into software takes the form of composing packages for Commodore, Apple and IBM computers. Annabel Scott checks them out.
A History of Electronic Music - Part 6
Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1982
Into the Seventies
Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1982
Feature | 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 Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1984
Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug 1985
Featuring Ash Prema
A History of Electronic Music - Part 4
Feature | Topic: Composing / Art | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1982
Feature | Sound On Sound, Apr 1989
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.
Opinion | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990
Musical theory vs. Musical reality
This month, Andy Robinson judges the case of Musical Theory versus Musical Reality.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1983
Feature | Topic: Home Studio | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1983
News | Music Technology, Dec 1993
Picking up the signals from the world of music and technology...