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Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990
Al Hospers, chief executive officer of Dr.T's Music Software in Boston, paid a flying visit to the recent PC Show during a whirlwind tour of Europe. Paul Gilby asks him about the past, present and future activities of this prolific music software house.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug/Sep 1984
Chris Huggett, the man behind OSCar speaks
Interview | In Tune, Jun 1986
C.F. Martin Interview, Profile
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.
Interview | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1985
Dave Simmons, the man behind the name on the hexagonal pad, holds forth on the past, present and future of electronic percussion. Paul White listens.
Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1990
Designer of the revolutionary Prophet 5, prime mover behind MIDI and now one of Korg's chief designers, Dave Smith's career is unique in hi-tech music. Simon Trask conducts the exclusive MT interview.
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1990
In the second part of this exclusive MT interview, the man behind the Prophet 5 and MIDI discusses MIDI, user interfaces and programming. Simon Trask listens in on the thoughts of Korg's R&D.
Interview | Recording Musician, Aug 1992
The Man Behind The Lexicon Sound
David Griesinger pioneered the research behind the Lexicon digital reverb sound. He discusses his ideas with Paul White.
Interview | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture | Music Technology, Aug 1987
The inventor of the curious Electric Stick recently left his native America to promote the latest MIDI-equipped version of his brainchild. Tim Goodyer caught him Stick-in-hand for a talk about his invention and his vision of its future.
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.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1982
We look at how electronics, synths and a PET computer have influenced this versatile British composer.
Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 1
Interview | Music Technology, May 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie
In an exclusive interview, the co-founder of the Fairlight company and father of the CMI talks about the machine's development, and outlines his plans for the future. Simon Trask pops the questions.
Kim Ryrie - Fairlight's Father - Part 2
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
TechTalk: Kim Ryrie
Second and final part of our interview with Fairlight's co-founder. Simon Trask listens to what he has to say about the future of musical technology.
Interview | Topic: Design, Development & Manufacture | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1985
Marvin Caesar, the president of Aphex speaks about how the Aural Exciter came into being, and for the first time reveals news of some forthcoming interesting new products...
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1987
The world's best known engineer
Ray Dolby's name appears on almost every recording device imaginable, yet few people outside the industry know much about this most famous engineer. In a rare interview he talks to David Mellor and explains the evolution of Dolby noise reduction.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Jun 1985
The father of modern synthesis talks exclusively to us about the new generation of sound creating instruments.
Interview | International Musician, Jun 1975
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1985
Robert Moog, the man who set the synth ball rolling in the first place, on the receiving end of questions from German journalist Henning Lohner.
Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1987
TechTalk: Steven Randall
The man behind the Stepp DG1 guitar talks about his invention, the playing techniques required for it, and his views on what MIDI offers the guitarist, in conversation with Neville Marten.