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Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1987
What have David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, King Crimson, Frank Zappa and Jean-Michel Jarre got in common? They've all employed the services of Adrian Belew, one of the world's most inventive guitarists, and a man with a passion for creating new sound textures.
Interview | One Two Testing, Mar 1984
One Two listens to Stratists Jeff Beck, Adrian Belew and Richard Thompson. Plus a Hendrix compilation.
Interview | International Musician, Oct 1975
Portrait of the artist as a (suffering) young man
Interview | International Musician, May 1975
Interview | International Musician, Aug 1975
On Fenderising his Gibson and varying his technique
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1988
From his involvement in the infamous Frankie Goes To Hollywood sessions, Andy Richards has become an accomplished producer and programmer in his own right. Nicholas Rowland listens to a rationalisation of technology.
Interview | One Two Testing, May 1984
A chorus line or two
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Nov 1983
A bite of Annabel Lamb
Interview | One Two Testing, Dec 1983
Anne Dudley rearranges the alphabet.
Interview | Recording Musician, Aug 1992
An Audience With Aziz
Leading session guitarist Aziz talks to John Harris about playing, recording, and hi-tech guitar processors.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1983
This French-born synthesist describes his experiences with the Synclavier and other digital instruments
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
He was once the driving force behind Genesis, Yes and King Crimson, but now this brilliant percussionist has turned his attention to jazz - and new technology. Tim Goodyer talks to him.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug 1985
Bruford & Moraz
Dissecting an unusual fusion
Interview | Music UK, Sep 1982
U.K.'s top drummer on skins v. synths
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986
Contractual hassles have kept musician/producer Bill Nelson hopping from one record label to another since the demise of Be-Bop Deluxe, yet he has still managed to record some exemplary albums using the facility of his 16-track home studio. Ian Gilby finds out how he put his new album together.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1985
Bill Nelson's been out of the public eye recently, touring America and refurbishing his studio. Now he's back and talking to us.
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Dec 1984
Bill lays bare his recording techniques and reveals the innermost secrets of his home studio 'The Echo Observatory' which has recently been upgraded to 16 track status. Now being used to record tracks fora forthcoming Nelson masterpiece.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1982
An innovative multi-instrumentalist both in and out of the studio, from Be-Bop Deluxe to 'The Love that Whirls'.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1983
An in-depth interview with this multitalented musician/composer/producer who reveals the techniques used on his new LP and explains how to use the E-bow to best advantage
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Jan 1985
The conclusion of our in-depth look at Bill's home 16 track studio in Yorkshire.
Interview | Making Music, Aug 1986
A home recordist amongst home recordists traces his own history through tape recorders he has used.
Interview | Music UK, Apr 1983
Bill Nelson talks Synths Vs Guitars with Gary Cooper
Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991
A Musical Luminary
Bill Nelson remains largely unheard of by the record-buying public, yet his influence on modern musicians has been considerable. Nigel Humberstone visits him at his home studio in Yorkshire.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1986
Sharpe & Numan
Gary Numan renews his working relationship with Bill Sharpe for another single project. Dan Goldstein drops in on them, and discovers the link could soon become permanent.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1985
The meeting of two diverse talents and minds; Gary Numan and Bill Sharpe of Shakatak. We discover what they've been getting up to and where it will lead.