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Sting - Sting & Hugh Padgham

Interview | Recording Musician, May 1993
Recording 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You'

Throw a bunch of talented musicians and a world-class producer into a 16th century mansion, add some juicy gear, shake 'em about and what do you get? Ten Summoner's Tales, if you're lucky.

Sting - Sting in a Tale

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985

Arrested whilst gigging with a bunch of jazz musicians in Paris, Sting talks to Paul Tingen about his new album, the inadequacies of high technology, and the future of The Police.

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Sting - Beatroute

Feature | Topic: Gear Guide | International Musician, Mar 1986

Paul Henderson on the solo Sting's latest thing — a six-piece Jazz band.

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Don't get mad get equal

Feature | Topic: Effects Processing | The Mix, Nov 1994
EQ Tutorial

Perfecting your sound with a little equalisation

Politics & Pop

Feature | Topic: Arranging / Songwriting, Marketing / Promotion, Music Business | Phaze 1, Feb 1989
Are They A Good Mix?

mixing the pop world's most powerful cocktail: should your music have a message?

Bass Amps

Review | Topic: Buyer's Guide | One Two Testing, Sep 1984
Bass Parade

bass amps perused from Rockman, Carlsbro, Session, Peavey and Trace Elliot

15 Things

Feature | Making Music, Oct 1986
You Never Knew About The Police

15 things you never knew about them.

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.

Five for Eighty-five

Retrospective | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1986

A nostalgic look back at 1985 by the people who bring E&MM to you each month. Was it really that bad?

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.

Digital Days & Digital Nights

Show Report | Music Technology, Dec 1987
The AES Report

America's premier recording exhibition provides Bob O'Donnell with food for thought; the password is "digital", just like the gear.

Mixing It! USA

News | The Mix, Dec 1994

News from America compiled by Simon Braund

Inside the Synclavier - Part 4

Feature | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989

David Mellor concludes his exploration of the world's most expensive musical instrument with an interview with a musician who can actually afford one, Simon Franglen.

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.

The Year, In Gear

Retrospective | One Two Testing, Jan 1984

The pick of 1983's equipment releases.


News | Music Technology, May 1994

The month - this month


News | One Two Testing, Aug 1984
News from the front

the rest of the instrument news

Electronic Music For Films

Feature | Topic: Composing for Business, Video / Film / Picture | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1982

Richard Mitchell explains his use of electronic music for film.

Inside The Synclavier - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Digital Audio Workstations, Vintage Instruments | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989

PART 1: New England Digital's Synclavier is the world's most expensive musical instrument, bar the odd 300 year old Stradivarius. But more than that, it can be a recording studio, a post-production system, a music engraver, a scientific research tool... and more. The Synclavier is at the leading edge of musical technology. David Mellor sets out on a voyage of discovery.

On The Record

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
What A&R Managers want from your demo

For many musicians, their first stab at getting their music heard is sending a demo to a record company or producer. But what do the people who listen to demos every day want from your tape? Sue Sillitoe finds out.

That Syncing Feeling - Part 3

Feature | Topic: MIDI, Syncronisation | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Chris Smith enlightens us on the subject of locking music to video

Strings & The Art Of Arranging

Feature | Topic: Arranging / Songwriting | International Musician, Mar 1986

A string arrangement can make or break a song — Ian Gardiner digs up a few basic rules for right-on arranging.

The Synclavier Story - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Digital Audio Workstations | Music Technology, Jun 1989

As Fairlight fight for survival the mighty Synclavier undergoes a dramatic upgrade. Chris Meyer takes us on the first of three tours of the new state-of-the-art Synclavier.

Session Singers

Feature | Topic: Performing | International Musician, Jan 1986

Their trials and tribulations.

The Producers

Feature | Recording Musician, Apr 1993

A complete history of record production accompanied by quotations and anecdotes from no fewer than 18 of the world's leading producers.



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