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Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1991
Why limit music to the sounds you hear or the run-of-the-mill images that litter video and concert appearances? Steve Cogan discovers that there's no reason at all - for Meat Beat Manifesto.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1993
Meat Beat Manifesto are to music what Andy Warhol was to art - but they've already been famous for longer than 15 minutes. Phil Ward follows them to a Peel session and to their studio in Swindon, and finds that Meat is not, in fact, necessarily murder.
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Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1993
The techno punk duo on U2, sampling theft, virtual reality, CDI, and getting the machines to rock.
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1993
808 State - Absolutely Gorgeous
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1993
Phil and Paul Hartnoll are Orbital, and their pioneering brand of user-friendly electronic dance music is a lot more fluid than the traffic on the motorway that prompted the name. So Phil Ward avoids the M25 and heads straight for the heart of the P&P music factory
Interview Series | Music Technology, Jan 1993
Philip Glass: Glazed expression
Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1993
Never mind avoiding presets and programming your own patches... how about rebuilding the whole damn synth? Richard James - aka Polygon Window, Caustic Window, Diceman, Soit PP, Blue Calx, AFX and The Aphex Twin - isn’t happy with his hardware till he’s had the toolbox to it. Phil Ward enters the twilight zone of the lad from Cornwall who’s spearheading the ambient onslaught.
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Feature | Music Technology, Apr 1994
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Feature | Music Technology, May 1994