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Marillion

Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1983

Britain’s fastest-rising rock band discusses music and visuals

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Steve Rothery - The Sound That Steve Built

Recording Musician, Sep 1992

Marillion's guitarist talks to John Harris about the band's home studio and about getting great guitar sounds on tape...

Tony Banks - And Then There Was One...

Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1986

Tim Goodyer pays Genesis' legendary keyboardsman a visit to hear all about life in one of rock's most longstanding and influential bands and their 16th LP.

Neil Carter - He Ain't Heavy...

Music Technology, Sep 1987

Is heavy metal really all mouth and trousers, or is there music in there too? Gary Moore's keyboardsman discusses technology and the changing face of rock with Tim Goodyer - quietly.

Peter Hammill - Educating Peter

Electronic Soundmaker, Sep 1985

Hammill’s unique style is examined in print and on tape

Tony Banks

Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1983

Key man in Genesis discusses his writing and recording with the band, his solo work, and playing Genesis music live.

Propaganda - The Ministry Of Propaganda

Music Technology, Jul 1990

In 1985 Propaganda produced a seminal electronic music album - then they vanished. Five years on they've returned to pick up where they left off. Michael Mertens talks to Tim Goodyer about technology and the German tradition.

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Marillion - Skill Centre: Marillion

Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | Making Music, Apr 1986
Marillion's Steve Rothery plays Kayleigh

Guitarist Steve Rothery shows you how to play 'Kayleigh' in words and pictures

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Bass - No Bull

Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, May 1991
Moog Taurus Pedals

Ultimate bass? Legendary synth pioneers Moog once made the best bass synth on the planet: Paul Ward reassesses the power of Taurus in the light of '90s bass mania.

Studio Electronics MIDImoog

Music Technology, May 1989

If you're looking for the sound of the Minimoog without the limitations of pre-MIDI gear, the MIDImoog could be for you. Tim Goodyer puts the 1989 version of Moog's classic synth through its paces.

Editorial

One Two Testing, Nov 1983

The Show Goes On

Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
BMF Report '86

The Editor struggles through tech-laden stands, lively demos, liquid lunches and hordes of musicians to bring news of Britain's best-ever music show. If you missed it, you missed out.

Emu Systems Proteus

Sound On Sound, Nov 1989

The prospect of a high-spec sample player bearing the Emu name, but costing 'under £1000', had musician's waiting with baited breath for its appearance. Now Proteus is here, and Paul Ireson breathes a sigh of relief as he finds that it was worth the wait.

The News

Making Music, Apr 1986

Cheap guitars, new samplers, drum machines, synths and more - plus free details if you want them

The Producers

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.

Retro Action

Topic: MIDI, Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1991
Kenton MIDI Retrofits

With analogue technology enjoying a renaissance, there's a growing demand for MIDI updates to old equipment. Vic Lennard talks to Kenton Electronics about the Ins and Outs of retrofitting.

Drum Hum

Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | Making Music, Apr 1986

Our new series for drummers is for bashers and non-bashers alike: first, how to keep time

Shredder

One Two Testing, Dec 1983

Ideas, asides, impertinences, and that.

 

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