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Queen - David Richards

Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989
Royal Engineer

Mark Jenkins meets David Richards, the sound engineer behind Queen's latest album 'The Miracle'.

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Brian May

Interview | International Musician, Apr 1975

Neil Carter - He Ain't Heavy...

Interview | 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.

Psychotronic Landscapes

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1993
Michel Huygen/Neuronium

This Spanish synthesist explains the working methods and motivation behind his psychotronic musical landscapes.

Juan Martin - Painter In Sound

Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1986

Best known as a top Flamenco guitarist, Juan Martin has recently released a sensitive album that combines classical guitar with the ethereal textures of Mark Isham's synthesizers. Robin Lumley questions him about this unlikely collaboration and discovers the best ways of miking up classical guitars into the bargain.

KRS One - The Blueprint of Hiphop

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1989

From the New York roots of hip hop, KRS One talks about street-level production values and samples as the poor musician's alternative to real musicians. Simon Trask listens to the Music of the Spheres.

Terry Riley - A Composer For Our Time

Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989

Mark J. Prendergast interviews California-born musician Terry Riley, the influential inventor of 'minimalist' music.

Tony Banks

Interview | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989

Keyboard player Tony Banks has been the foundation stone of Genesis' music for almost two decades now but has not experienced the same level of success in his work outside Genesis as past and present members of the band, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Peter Gabriel. With two solo albums and numerous film scores behind him, Banks is set to bounce back into the limelight with a fresh, new solo project. Brian Jacobs poses the questions...

Jethro Tull's Peter Vetesse

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1983
Computer Musician in Rock

Andrew Powell

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1983

This premier producer, conductor and arranger discusses his solo album 'The Best of the Alan Parsons Project'

Vince Clarke

Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
Sold on the 3-Minute Song

Erasure's fifth album sees the duo of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell going from strength to strength, delivering electro-pop at its finest. But the doyens of synthesizer pop recorded Chorus with almost no MIDI instruments at all. Vince Clarke tells Paul Ireson how he made a hit album with 10-year old technology.

Digital Anarchy

Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1993

Mixed media pioneers Matt Black and Rob Pepperell talk about their plans for the future of entertainment and art, as part of the Hex project

Robin Millar

Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1985

Janet Angus talks to Robin about practically everything.

The Producers

Interview | Sound International, May 1978

In the first of a series, Fred Dellar looks at the chequered career of Gus Dudgeon.


Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1985
Handle With Care

Systems composer Philip Glass is still high technology's best-known 'serious music' champion. But how good have the performances of his latest opera, 'Akhnaten' really been? Annabel Stott again.

Nothing Like The Present

Interview | Phaze 1, Apr 1989

valuable gifts of good advice from the world’s least complex pop group

Brian Eno - Brian Eno: Thoughts, Words, Music and Art - Part 1

Interview Series | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989

Mark Prendergast begins a two part in-depth appraisal of the thoughts, words, music and art of one of the most influential artists of the last decade: Brian Eno.

Coldcut - What's That Noise?

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1990

Responsible for establishing artists like Yazz and Lisa Stansfield, Coldcut also have a reputation for being one of the most innovative production teams around. Tim Goodyer learns about their new LP and the future of computer graphics.

Duran Duran - John Jones & Duran Duran

Interview | 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!

John Porter - Would Your Mother Recognise You On The Radio?

Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1987

...Is one of the producers responsible for the new wave of guitar-based pop. Paul Tingen finds he has plenty to say about modern music technology, not all of it favourable.

Lizzie Tear - Riding The Silver Wave

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1989

The move from fashion model to pop starlet is many a young girl's dream but Lizzie Tear is already over halfway there. David Bradwell counts the remixes.

Mike Hedges - The Getting Of Wisdom

Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1985
Marc Almond/Mike Hedges

Collectively 'The Voice Squad'. Hedges reveals how he produces a man whose voice and ideas did so much to change the direction of popular electronic music.

Prince Paul - Soul Sonic Force

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1990
Prince Paul

Already an established musical force from his work with Stetsasonic, Prince Paul has gone on to produce De La Soul's brilliant debut LP. Steven Daly talks technology and sampling ethics with a Prince.

Robert Fripp

Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1988
A man continually in search of magic moments in the perfect quality of music.

He's played guitar with the best - David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, David Sylvian, Talking Heads, Brian Eno and, of course, King Crimson - and he's also worked away from the public eye, pursuing truths other than the rock and roll life. Mark Prendergast discovers that Robert Fripp's insights are of interest to more than just guitarists.

Stereo MCs - Tales Of The Supernatural

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1990

In keeping with the ideals of the hip hop movement, the Stereo MCs new LP sees ingenuity and talent used to wring the most out of a minimum of equipment. Simon Trask elevates his mind.



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