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Interview | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, May 1993
Bob Williams has one of the finest collections of analogue synthesisers in the world, and cherishes them with a care that would make the Science Museum blush. Peter Forrest crosses hill and dale to Cornwall to take a long, loving look, and uncovers a whole network of Moog and Mellotron devotees. Whatever next - 'The Antique Rhodes Show'?
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1992
Calum Malcolm: Going to Caledonia
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Jun 1985
Janet Angus talks to Jo about his enthralling past and his new studio where surfing is the most serious distraction.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985
Composer and studio owner Guy Fletcher had a dream: 'The European Suite' was the end result. Ted Fletcher details the work that went into its recording.
Interview | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Jul 1988
A pro studio that's offering its facilities to new bands for free? Mike Myers tells Nicholas Rowland what's wrong with the record biz and how he's trying to put it right.
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Aug 1985
Muff Murfin talks to Paul White about his career to date and proffers some useful advice for people trying to break into the jingle market. He also explains why with studios in the Midlands, London and Ibiza, he needs to expand.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1987
Nobody has advanced the application of technology in music more than Peter Gabriel. His pioneering use of the Fairlight CMI helped popularise that instrument and give credence to sampling as a creative recording practice. Yet his music has never fallen prey to the technology trap - his latest album So remains a soulful collection of songs heavily reliant on technology but applied with subtlety. Ray Hammond talks to the great man about the album, new technology, Otis Redding, and his role as musician.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986
In a career spanning nearly 20 years, Gabriel has done everything from fronting Britain's best-known pomp rock band to manipulating ethnic music using modern technology. Dan Goldstein talks to a man of many talents.
Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1994
Phil Ward Xplores the Real World of CD-ROM and multimedia
Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1987
How can you set up a home studio, write, produce and perform hit singles, and have a good time doing it? David Mellor asks Galaxy's Phil Fearon that very question and more...
Interview | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989
Until their recent split, Robert John Godfrey was the keyboard maestro behind The Enid, whose massive underground following throughout Europe made them arguably the biggest cult band outside of the States. Frank Ellis met him to talk about his new residential studio, a solo career, and a new approach to recording.
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1985
Janet Angus talks to Robin about practically everything.