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Duran Duran - John Jones & Duran Duran

Recording Musician, Apr 1993
Recording 'Ordinary World'

The big names have more in common with home recording than you might think — most of this album was recorded in the guitarist's lounge!

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Colin Thurston

Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
Record Producer

The man who turned the music of Duran Duran, Kajagoogoo, Human League and Magazine into hits, discloses his hit-making formulae, recording methods and well-equipped home studio.

Kajagoogoo - Kajagoogoo Kulakism

Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1984

Life after Limahl

Thompson Twins - A3

One Two Testing, Jan 1984

Three Of A Kind.

Jezz Woodroffe - Man At Work

Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986

Robert Plant's right-hand man and technology-fiend talks to Tim Goodyer about samplers, studios and dischords.

S' Express - A Night In The Studio

Music Technology, Feb 1989

Their '88 acid house hits took Britain's clubland by storm, but now S' Express are taking their sampling a stage further. Tim Goodyer enjoys the trip.

Talk Talk - Talk Talk Talk

Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1984

The Communards - Communards Manifesto

International Musician, Feb 1986

Tony Reed talks to Somerville and Coles, the Morecambe and Wise of agit-Pop

UV PoP - Record Talkback

Electronic Soundmaker, Jul 1984


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Duran Duran - Concert Review

Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

Duran Duran, Alan Stivell

Duran Duran - 4 On 6's - Andy Taylor

One Two Testing, Dec 1982
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How It Works - Tape Machines - Part 1

Topic: Sound Fundamentals, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Sound On Sound, Feb 1987

You can always get more out of your equipment if you know more about it. David Mellor begins a new series that explores the innermost workings of various studio devices. This month: the Tape Recorder.


Music Technology, Apr 1988
Really Big Men

The band tipped to make it BIG in '88. Tim Goodyer talks to a DJ/keyboard player with a unique place in rock 'n' roll and a singer/guitarist who's going to make Madonna and Lita Ford look like Dot Cotton and Hilda Ogden.

Eight Days a Week

Topic: Music Business | One Two Testing, Apr 1984

How much do musicians really earn? The rich ones (ahem) the poor ones (definitely).


International Musician, Feb 1986

The monthly miscellany gets stuck into the trivia

4 On 6's

One Two Testing, Dec 1982

Read the innermost thoughts of four of the land's most closely followed guitarists — Stephen Fellows (Comsat Angels), Dave Gregory (XTC), Kelly Johnson (Girlschool) and Andy Taylor (Duran Duran).

One In A Million

Electronic Soundmaker, Feb 1985
Millioniser 2000

The Millioniser 2000, a synth harmonica that may sound as odd as it looks.

Hardware For Hire

Electronic Soundmaker, Nov 1983

Computer synth rental

Talking MIDI - Part 4

Topic: MIDI | Sound On Sound, Mar 1986

Jay Chapman delves deep into the murky waters of MIDI's often ignored Mono Mode in pursuit of multi-timbral expression!

The Year, In Gear

One Two Testing, Jan 1984

The pick of 1983's equipment releases.

Science and the Six String

One Two Testing, Dec 1982
The Story of the Guitar Synth

Learn the history of the guitar synthesiser and what the stars think of them.

Editions For You

Topic: Marketing / Promotion, Music Business | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1985

Record label spotlight on the innovatory people who bring you Brian Eno and numerous others.


Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1984

Modular Synthesis - Part 3

Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1984
Bass Sounds

The Programming People

Topic: Music Business | Sound On Sound, Nov 1985

Greater reliance on hi-tech instruments in the studio means there's more demand for people able to programme them. Paul Gilby spoke first to Karin Clayton about her recently formed agency that supplies programmers for studio sessions, and then to Fairlight programmer Simon Lloyd about his work.



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