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Human League - The Human League

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1983

Jo Callis explains how one of popular music's top bands works

Human League - Mass Hysteria

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1984

The Human League are still one of the world's most successful synth bands, but their new album was a long time coming, and they've stuck guitars all over it. The League's Ian Burden explains why.

Human League - Human Engineering

Interview | One Two Testing, Aug 1984

everyone syncs Synclaviers

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Human League - One League Forward

Feature | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984

Ian Burden of Human League outlines beginner's tips and a future strategy for electronic music.

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Total Recall - Part 12

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | The Mix, Aug 1994
Vintage technology strikes back

Collector’s corner - including the A to Z of Analogue

Human League - One League Forward

Feature | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984

Ian Burden of Human League outlines beginner's tips and a future strategy for electronic music.

Techno Pop

Retrospective | Music Technology, Aug 1991
The Fall and Rise of Technology in Music

Steering this magazine through the '80s made Dan Goldstein a prominent character in the music industry. Putting aside 90 Minutes he gives a personal view of the last decade in music, technology and Music Technology.

Personal Keyboards

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1984

The cheap alternative?

Wow! - And Thanks

Editorial | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1982


Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1984

Readers send in their own favourite synth sounds and how to generate them. Plenty of monosynths this month, including the Moog Prodigy, Transcendent 2000 and Roland SH-101.

Questionnaire Results - Part 2

Feature | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1984

Readers' replies to the second half of our survey, analysed by David Ellis.

Roland MC50 Micro Composer

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1991

Having pioneered the Micro Composer in the '70s, Roland reaffirm the position of the hardware sequencer in 1990 with the MC50. Simon Trask is fatally attracted.

Mixed Media

News | The Mix, Jul 1994
interacting with the future

The automation of creation

Doctoring the mouse

Review | The Mix, Nov 1994
Steinberg Recycle!

Sample groove editor for Mac

Beat Box Chic

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Nov 1986

Digital drum machines may rule the waves in the R&D labs, but one obsolete analogue device is still the record producers' first choice. Tim Goodyer dissects the appeal of Roland's classic TR808.

QuPlay QP1

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Oct 1985

Dave Ward enthuses over this very useful aid to multitrack control.

All Change!

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986
Linn Sequencer

From the creators of the first digital drum machine comes the world's most powerful MIDI controller - the new Linn Sequencer. Mark Jenkins believes it could well cause a lot of us to re-think the way we record.

Rhythm and Fuse

Feature | Topic: Drum Programming | One Two Testing, Jul 1984

can you tell a real drummer?

Siel Cruise

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1984

A versatile mono/poly combination keyboard from the Siel stable comes under examination.

Quality of Life

Editorial | Music Technology, Apr 1987

As the world and his wife gets hot under the collar about affordable 16-bit sampling, we wonder if the increase in sound quality is necessary at all.

Sex and the Rock Star

Feature | Topic: Music Business, Performing | One Two Testing, Sep 1984

who does it where to whom and with what


Editorial | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1984


Feature | One Two Testing, Nov 1984
five stars pick their fave sounds

Vince Clarke, Jon Lord, Steve Levine, Bill Nelson, John Foxx... five heroes of the keyboard nominate their favourite synth tracks and sounds

Sampling Synths

Feature | Topic: Sampling | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1983

We get the artists' views

Music On The Move

Feature | Sound On Sound, May 1992
Hi-Tech You Can Take Anywhere

Forget towels, deodorant and trashy paperbacks, what you really want to pack in your suitcase come the Summer is a go-anywhere MIDI studio. Paul Ireson advises on suitable travelling companions.



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