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Interviews

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Elton John - PA Column: Elton John

Feature | Topic: Live | International Musician, Feb 1986

If you saw an awkward figure stumbling between the stacks, that was Jim Betteridge

This artist was mentioned in these other (non-interview) articles:-

Sessioneers - Part 2

Feature | Topic: Performing | Making Music, Dec 1986
Sessionmen Special

Part two of studiotime, with bassist Paul Westwood and guitarist Tim Renwick.

PA Column: Elton John

Feature | Topic: Live | International Musician, Feb 1986

If you saw an awkward figure stumbling between the stacks, that was Jim Betteridge

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.

Smoke

News | Making Music, Sep 1986
The BMF Goes Up In...

Read today the Bob Dylan story a friend will tell you in the pub next week.

Patchwork

Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Dec 1986

The readers' synth sound page goes from strength to strength, with the Yamaha DX7, Korg Mono/Poly, Sequential Pro-One and Casio CZ101 among the featured instruments. Plus a review of a DX7 ROM that contains 512 sounds.

Recording Routes

Feature | Topic: Education | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986

Where do you go to learn more about the subjects covered in this magazine? The answer is the Gateway School of Recording & Music Technology. Ralph Denyer investigates.

Premier 'Prolock' Hardware

Review | In Tune, Aug 1986

Alesis MIDIVERB II

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1987

When it comes to the MIDIVERB II, Phil South discovers that sequels can sometimes be better than the originals!

Shape Of Things To Come

News | Sound On Sound, Nov 1991

Yet another selection of recently announced new products to whet your appetite!

Ray Staff - Cutting Engineer

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Home & Studio Recording, Apr 1984

Ray Staff - Disc Cutting Engineer at Trident Studios.

Shortcuts

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1994

The A-Z of Analogue - Part 7

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1994

This month: Farfisa to Fuller.

PA Signal Processor - Part 2

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1981

America

News | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1981

Smoke: The Gossip Column

News | Making Music, Apr 1986

All the snippety little secret bits of musicians' gossip that no-one else would print

Song for the Sideman

Feature | Topic: Live, Performing | Making Music, Apr 1986
Touring With Nik Kershaw

Drummer Mark Price tells what it's really like to be up there on stage. Did anyone say terrifying?

An Inside Job

Feature | Topic: Humour | Making Music, May 1986

Shock discovery for instrument makers - funny you should say that.

Production Values - Part 2

Feature | Making Music, Jul 1986

Part two, in which we meet the fifth Beatle, George Martin, and also brush with Trevor Horn's Fairlight.

Studio Diary

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

Studio Diary

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

Studio Diary

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

Dealer News

News | Topic: Retail | International Musician, Jun 1975

Studio Diary

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

Ensoniq KS-32 MIDI Studio

Review | Music Technology, May 1993

It's called a studio; it could be called a workstation; but actually it's a serious keyboard. Nicholas Rowland identifies a product with several possible identities and several possible markets. Have Ensoniq weighted in vain?

 

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