Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Jan 1989
Jive Records' own Battery Studio complex has to accommodate acts as diverse as Schooly D, Mark Shreeve and Samantha Fox. David Bradwell raps technology.
Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1988
Who helped make Climie Fisher's single a hit? And the Pet Shop Boys', and Depeche Mode's, and Bananarama's? David Bradwell investigates the latest action in the Stock, Aitken & Waterman production stable.
Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Sep 1988
Rich Bitch Studio
From rehearsal room to recording complex. David Bradwell tells the story of a Midlands musician who hopes to open a nationwide chain of recording studios.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1989
Software for the Atari ST
The latest update to Hybrid Arts' MIDI Track range of Atari ST sequencers gives them a host of new and improved features. Davd Bradwell re-examines Hybrid's track record.
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1990
Software upgrades mean there can never be a definitive review of a program. David Bradwell keeps track of the latest Hybrid Arts' SMPTETrack updates.
Feature | Topic: Copyright, Sampling | Music Technology, Sep 1988
Sampling and the law: where do you stand when you plug your record deck or CD player into your sampler? David Bradwell investigates the legal position and the attitudes of the music industry.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1989
Making their presence felt in the singles charts once again, New Order are celebrating eight years together with a new album and forthcoming tour. David Bradwell and Chris Williams investigate the Order of things.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Jun 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample library for the Ensoniq EPS joins a selection of readers own patches for the Korg M1, Ensoniq SQ80 and Yamaha TX81Z in this month's Patchwork.
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1988
After releasing an album consisting entirely of human vocal samples, Claire Hamill reintroduces the synthesiser to her music. David Bradwell listens to the singer's tale.
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Rather than keep the module-addicts happy with a rack version of their EPS sampler, Ensoniq have incorporated some attractive improvements into their EPS-M - like quadrupling its memory. David Bradwell liked it so much he bought it...
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Apr 1989
The theme of this month's edition of Patchwork is decidedly traditional, as Casio's CZ101 joins the ubiquitous DX7 and D50 as the subjects for readers' programming dexterity.
Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Dec 1988
Who's making the cash out of record sales - the artist, the record company, the management, the record shops? David Bradwell investigates record royalties.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1989
From Sheffield's tradition as the home of industrial funk, come the Fon Force. David Bradwell talks to the men behind the cream of modern northern dance music.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, May 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample collection for the Mirage joins readers' own patches for the Roland D110, Ensoniq ESQ1 and Casio CZ5000 in this month's action-packed edition of Patchwork.
Feature | Music Technology, Dec 1988
A complete psychosensory experience in the back of a Transit van? David Bradwell talks to the man behind the most sophisticated sound system on wheels.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1989
As PWL's in-house mixer, Pete Hammond can claim to have had a hand in even more chart singles than Stock, Aitken & Waterman. David Bradwell finds out what makes a hit record.
Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1988
Building his career on productions of Jennifer Warnes, Malcolm McLaren and the Communards, Stephen Hague has found his greatest success with The Pet Shop Boys. David Bradwell talks shop.
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1988
The man responsible for the UK's first genuine acid house single discusses basslines, bitonality and the grin factor. Baby talk: David Bradwell.
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Belgian sampling innovators Front 242 have been accused of encouraging a fascist following - where does the sampling stop and the politics begin? David Bradwell brings news from the front.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
Johnny Hates Jazz are in the privileged position of being allowed to produce their own debut album. David Bradwell talks to the band about their unusual situation, their techniques and their philosophies.
Preview | Music Technology, Dec 1989
One of the most refreshing synths of '89 was Ensoniq's VFX, but how does it fare with a new keyboard, disk drive and a powerful onboard sequencer? David Bradwell looks at Ensoniq's workstation.
Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1988
Pop hopefuls or Stock, Aitken and Waterman puppets? The men in Blue give David "newboy" Bradwell the inside story on the SAW production stable.
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1989
Well established as sampling innovators, the Art Of Noise have just released their fourth LP. David Bradwell talks to the Art's JJ Jeczalik about Fairlights and fairplay.
Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1988
Who are the music biz' management, and do you really need them? David Bradwell talks to the people who take care of the stars and their affairs.
Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1990
IN THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN
From indie rock to sampled success - this band have used technology to change their sound and get themselves into the charts. David Bradwell talks technology, samples and football to Beloved people.