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Carl Palmer

Interview | International Musician, Jul 1975

Discusses his transition from rock drummer to all round percussionist

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RSF 140 Sampling Drum Machine

Review | Sound On Sound, May 1987

Mark Jenkins reckons he knows his onions when it comes to hi-tech gear, so we asked him to concoct a tasty little number with this new French sampling drum machine - a cross between an RX11 and SP-12.

Arbiter Auto-Tune

Review | International Musician, Dec 1975

Bob Henrit of Argent has a go on the new Arbiter Auto-Tune kit.


Editorial | Music Technology, Oct 1989

The record company A&R man is your enemy, right? After all, it's only him that stands between you and a record deal. But technology has changed his job and your relationship with him.

Roll Reversal

Editorial | Music Technology, Apr 1992

We all like to daydream from time to time, so try this: envisage a world in which high technology had become the province of the drummer rather than the keyboard player. Tim Goodyer's imagination runs riot.

Alesis HR16 Drum Machine

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988

A drum machine that sounds more like a drum kit than anything Ludwig ever made? True or not, Alesis' beat box is going to find its way into a lot of recording studios. Nicholas Rowland returns to his roots.


Feature | 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.

A History of Electronic Music - Part 6

Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1982
Into the Seventies

Concert Review

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1983

Helden, Laurie Anderson, Fad Gadget, The Enid

Studio Diary

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician, Jul 1975

Who's been recording where

The Auto-Tune Story

Feature | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture | International Musician, Jul 1975

Music News

News | International Musician, Aug 1975


News | International Musician, Jun 1986

Gossip, chit-chat, bitching and backchat from the 'Biz. It's all here

That Was Then

Feature | Making Music, Sep 1986

Drum Hum

Feature | Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | Making Music, Oct 1986


Feature | Music Technology, Jan 1994

Keith Emerson progresses through our questionnaire


Feature | One Two Testing, Jul 1984

a life story

This artist was mentioned in these interviews:-

Keith Emerson

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983

Tracing past to future ventures with one of the world's keyboard greats, including: The first publication of his title music for ‘Inferno’, video and LP reviews and keyboard music to play

Carl Palmer

Interview | International Musician, Jul 1975

Discusses his transition from rock drummer to all round percussionist

Geoff Downes

Interview | Sound On Sound, Apr 1986
Asia's illustrious keyboard player

In a rare interview, Asia's illustrious keyboard player talks synths, samplers and Mellotrons with David Etheridge.

Phil Manzanera - Manzanera Memories

Interview | Topic: Instrument Tuition / Technique | Making Music, Jun 1986

The guitars behind five Roxy Music classics, plus a Skill Centre special as Phil shows you the chords to 'Love Is The Drug'.



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