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Thoughts Of A Marathon Songwriter

Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1985

You don't know his name but you'll have heard his refrains. Composer Paul Bliss writes hits for the best of 'em using a UMI-2B sequencer package and several synthesizers. Ralph Denyer finds out how.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Chet & Les & Leo

Feature | Sound International, Oct 1978

What's In Studio Four?

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985

Ralph Denyer reports on London's prestigious CTS Studios and keyboardist Brian Gascoigne who recently teamed up to establish a MIDI/SMPTE-based electronic musicstudio purpose designed for the post-production of film music.

Recording Routes

Feature | Topic: Education | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986

Where do you go to learn more about the subjects covered in this magazine? The answer is the Gateway School of Recording & Music Technology. Ralph Denyer investigates.

Go West Producer: Gary Stevenson

Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1986

The phenomenal rise to success of Gary Stevenson came about through his dynamic production work on the first Go West album. Ralph Denyer extracts the details of the saga and discovers what Gary has planned for the future.

Battery Studios

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Sound On Sound, Mar 1987
The Ever-Ready Studio Complex

Ralph Denyer takes the lid off this top London studio complex to discover how it and the people that work their tick.

When The Tape Runs Out

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986

Intrepid reporter/cameraman Ralph Denyer ventures into the wild suburban jungle of East London to capture the rarely heard thoughts of this lesser-spotted songbird and re-mix producer who has recently taken delivery of his very own Synclavier system.

No Presets Allowed

Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1986

Hans Zimmer is the complete antithesis of the serious German synthesist - he smiles a lot for a start! As co-founder of Lillie Yard studio and the proud owner of a surviving Moog Series 8 modular synth, his approach to sound synthesis is a refreshingly traditional one eschewing the very thought of ever using an unmodified factory preset on any of his work! Ralph Denyer explains why.

Setting The Record Straight

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1987

Why has this top record producer - the man behind Culture Club's phenomenal success on vinyl - given up using the Fairlight in favour of a Steinberg Pro-24 system? Why is he so upset about the myths that surround digital recording? Ralph Denyer went along to Levine's new studio to find out...

The Rhythm Section

Interview | Sound International, May 1978
Charlie Tumahai & Simon Fox

Be Bop Deluxe's drummer and bassist under the magnifying glass.

The Rhythm Section

Interview | Sound International, Jun 1978

No doubting the Thomases from Elvis Costello and the Attractions.


Interview | Sound International, Jul 1978
The Rhythm Section

Harmony in the UK - John Wetton and Bill Bruford still rhythmic after all these years.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Hold the Front Line

Feature | Sound International, Jul 1978


Interview | Sound International, Aug 1978
The Rhythm Section

Landscape's bassist and drummer recount their reasons for choosing to form their own label to Ralph Denyer.

The Rhythm Section

Interview | Sound International, Sep 1978
Bowie's Dennis Davis and George Murray

Dennis Davis and George Murray chat to Ralph Denyer on their rhythmic station in the Bowie band.

Godley & Creme

Interview | Sound International, Oct 1978
Ralph Denyer gets gizmological with Kevin 'n' L

Initially, the consequences of RD's actions could be Kevin or L — there'LL be L to K. (2 down).

This article has no OCR bodytext.Noise Gates of L

Feature | Sound International, Oct 1978



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