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Interviews

Dave Oppenheim - Man of Vision

Interview | Sound On Sound, Oct 1989
Dave Oppenheim of Opcode

Mike Collins chats to Dave Oppenheim, founder of and main programmer for Opcode Systems, the creators of Vision sequencer, the original MIDI File Format, and a range of primarily Macintosh music software and hardware.

Karl Steinberg - The Cubist

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1989

Steinberg Research are responsible for some of the most significant developments in computer music systems in recent years. Nigel Lord talks tech with Charlie Steinberg on a rare visit to Britain.

Steve Coleman - Elemental Rhythm

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1991

From Charlie Parker to writing his own software, jazz saxophonist and technophile Steve Coleman has a unique insight into music. Simon Trask tunes in.

 

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