Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1987
...Is one of the producers responsible for the new wave of guitar-based pop. Paul Tingen finds he has plenty to say about modern music technology, not all of it favourable.
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1987
The co-producer of Level 42's last two records has also lent his keyboard playing skills to the likes of Grace Jones, Robert Palmer, Mick Jagger and Talking Heads. He discusses his roles as programmer, synth player and producer with Paul Tingen.
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1987
Veteran songwriter Peter Hammill and programmer Paul Ridout have used some revolutionary applications of MIDI technology in the creation of Hammill's latest album. Paul Tingen interviews them, and comes away suitably impressed.
Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1987
Currently enjoying the success of U2's 'The Joshua Tree' album, this French-Canadian producer talks to Paul Tingen about his hand in this, Peter Gabriel's 'So' and other projects.
Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1986
Recording your own music is only the first step to getting it heard; to do that, you need to deal with A&R people at record companies. Paul Tingen meets them, and discovers why so few bands succeed in impressing them.
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1987
After an apprenticeship under the wing of the Frankies' Trevor Horn, Simon Darlow spreads his own; he talks to Paul Tingen about the hazards of writing, playing and producing your own album.
Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1987
Japan's most respected technopop pioneer has recently finished an album that breaks new ground for him - it involves live musicians. He discusses his new LP and his other projects with Paul Tingen.
Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1988
When a Liverpudlian keyboard player lost faith in Immaterial things he found salvation in the Christians. Paul Tingen listens to the confessions of Henry Priestman.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
With the title track from the film Dragnet currently on release, the Art of Noise are still newsworthy. Paul Tingen talks to JJ Jeczalik about sampling, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and court cases.
Interview | Recording Musician, Jan 1993
JJ Jeczalik And The Art Of Toys
Best known for his pioneering sampling work and his role in The Art of Noise, JJ holds strong views on the creative use and abuse of studio equipment.
Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1988
Could you make music using only samples from natural sources? Paul Tingen talks to a band who've done just that in an attempt to draw attention to our environment.
Interview | Recording Musician, Mar 1993
A new slant on production for Suzanne's latest album, 99.9F°.
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1989
Jethro Tull's main man takes us behind the fish farmer exterior and into his home studio.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1986
While many producers are content to work within one or two musical styles, Peter Collins casts a much wider net - using high technology to increase the number of possibilities open to him.
Interview | Recording Musician, Jul 1992
An exclusive look inside Genesis' private studio retreat deep in the heart of Surrey.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986
One of Britain's most versatile producers talks about working with Howard Jones, forming a new band, and the importance of communication. Paul Tingen listens.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1986
After five years at the top of the electropop tree, Basildon boys Martin Gore and Alan Wilder talk tech with Paul Tingen.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1987
Still in his early 30s, yet a man who's worked with The Police, Genesis, Bowie and McCartney, Padgham is one of the most successful young producers in the world. Paul Tingen coaxes him into revealing a few secrets.
Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Apr 1987
The Wool Hall
If you earn a fortune in royalties from record sales and you want your own recording studio, what do you do? If you're Tears For Fears, you build The Wool Hall. Paul Tingen reports.
Feature | Topic: Education, Live, Performing | Music Technology, May 1987
Having trouble projecting the right image on-stage? Paul Tingen reports on a unique way of improving your performing confidence, and your outlook on music in general.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1987
...Is already hugely successful as an engineer, producer, musician and programmer for the likes of Grace Jones and Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Paul Tingen finds fame has made him disillusioned and cynical.
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
Take three musicians who like to remain anonymous, four film-makers and a stunning live show, and you've got one of the most original - if unsung - bands in Britain today.