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Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1986
Electropop veteran Vince Clarke and latest partner, Andy Bell, discuss composing, sampling and singing following their debut album release. Tim Goodyer takes notes.
Interview | Making Music, May 1986
Computers have made Vince Clarke a different Keyboardist. And you'll never guess why.
Interview | International Musician, Apr 1986
Erasure head man Vince Clarke and his new band face the horror of a Tony Reed interview
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Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1988
Since introducing the world to the delights of pure synth-pop in 1981, Vince Clarke has continued to demonstrate his mastery of the popular song form through the medium of synth technology. Paul Ireson investigates.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
Sold on the 3-Minute Song
Erasure's fifth album sees the duo of Vince Clarke and Andy Bell going from strength to strength, delivering electro-pop at its finest. But the doyens of synthesizer pop recorded Chorus with almost no MIDI instruments at all. Vince Clarke tells Paul Ireson how he made a hit album with 10-year old technology.
Interview | The Mix, Jul 1994
Someday, all home studios will be built this way - an exclusive survey
Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1992
Unbitten by the digital bug, Vince Clarke only drives analogue.
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1993
Here’s your ticket to Amsterdam, Vince will meet you at the studio and show you all his favourite classic synths. A dream? No, a reality, thanks to Ian Masterson and Music Technology. Ian gets an exclusive guided tour around Erasure’s secret analogue powerhouse, just for you. You can almost taste the Amstel beer
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
On Tour With Nitzer Ebb
Nitzer Ebb are using the tools of technology to recreate their abrasive, challenging sound in a live context. Nigel Humberstone talks to the man who helps to put the show on the road.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
The art of remixing laid bare by DMC's top remixer.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Oct 1991
Paul Tingen meets William Orbit, re-mix maestro and the man behind Bass-O-Matic.
Interview | The Mix, Nov 1994
Lion Rock’s main man and individualist deckmaster
Interview | The Mix, Oct 1994
Jazzer who likes to mix his rhythms
Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1992
Stephen Hague has demonstrated considerable talent as a producer of classy electronic pop, riding the faders for the Pet Shop Boys and New Order. But his recent work on albums by Robbie Robertson and Siouxsie & The Banshees shows that he has more strings to his bow. Paul Tingen lends an ear.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992
Mission In Action
Instead of recording their latest opus in expensive pro studios, the Mission have been laying tracks in a rural barn. It might seem they've fallen from grace; Robert Michael finds it ain't necessarily so.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1992
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1993
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1993
Depeche Mode: Songs Of Faith And Devotion
The boys in black talk technical in this UK exclusive interview.
Interview | Topic: Music Business | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
Tony Prince & The Disco Mix Club
The ingenuity and foresight of DJ Tony Prince resulted in the creation of the DMC record label, the hub of the thriving UK dance remixing scene. Wilf Smarties talks to Tony about how and why the label was set up and persuades remixer Phil Kelsey to take us through a typical remix.
Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1988
In his career as disc jockey, audio engineer and pop star Tim Simenon has called upon musical influences as diverse as Rick James and Kraftwerk. Tim Goodyer talks tech with a DJ who intends to take cut-up records on the road.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1992
It began with an illicit remix of Suzanne Vega and it's already earned them their own album release. Simon Trask tracks down the elusive DNA musical partnership to ask who, how and why.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1989
After producing artists ranging from Bomb the Bass and S 'Xpress to Bryan Ferry and Wet Wet Wet, Pascal Gabriel is about to begin his own career as a recording artist. Tim Goodyer discovers a Lovechild.
Interview | Music Technology, Jan 1989
The band called it music, the press called it confrontational noise, and the public bought it and danced to it. Stephen Hillier talks to the men behind Renegade Soundwave.
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1987
The words "Stock, Aitken & Waterman" have adorned 50 hit singles in the last two years. Tim Goodyer finds there are two secrets to their success: determination and new technology.
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1992
Henry Priestman: the word