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Interviews

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Renaissance - Renaissance Reborn

Music Review | Sound International, Nov 1978
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Hey Mr DJ!

Feature | Topic: Live, Performing | The Mix, Nov 1994
Getting into DJing

How to mix records, what gear to buy, and how to get work

Pomp Up The Volume

Feature | Topic: History / Culture | Phaze 1, Feb 1989

a history of progressive rock - is there a new day dawning for the dinosaurs?

Working Abroad

Feature | Topic: Live | International Musician, Jul 1975
An IM Investigation

If you're thinking of working abroad read IM's complete guide to hassle avoidance

Renaissance Reborn

Music Review | Sound International, Nov 1978

Retro Action

Feature | Topic: MIDI, Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1991
Kenton MIDI Retrofits

With analogue technology enjoying a renaissance, there's a growing demand for MIDI updates to old equipment. Vic Lennard talks to Kenton Electronics about the Ins and Outs of retrofitting.

Happy Birthday, MT

Editorial | Music Technology, Aug 1991

The world's leading hi-tech music magazine celebrates its tenth anniversary this issue. Tim Goodyer considers the role MT has played in shaping the industry and the music.

Vocal Codes From The Underground

Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1992
Roland VP330

Roland's VP330 Vocoder Plus not only helped to put vocoders on the map, but has since become a classic keyboard in its own right. Gordon Reid says "synths that make you go Hmmm".

The Bass Race

Feature | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1989

The acid house explosion has turned Roland's TB303 Bassline into one of the most sought-after pieces of analogue technology. Simon Trask looks at the machine behind the myth.

Studio Diary

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician, Jun 1975

Sounding Off

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991
The MRA: A Manifesto

SOS reader Paul Jacques decides he's had enough of candyfloss dross music and reveals his solution — the musician's revolutionary army.

Microillusions Music-X

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1989

Commodore's Amiga computer is the beneficiary of this impressive - and colourful - sequencing package. Ian Waugh welcomes the illusion.

Scanners

News | Music Technology, Dec 1993

Picking up the signals from the world of music and technology...

Studio Scene

Feature | Topic: Computing, Education, Recording Studios | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1984
University of Surrey Electro-Acoustic Music Studio

A look at the Surrey Sound electronic and computer music studio, scene of the Tonmeister degree course.

Going For a Song

Feature | One Two Testing, Oct 1984

pop under the hammer

Roland R70 Drum Machine

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1992
Human Rhythm Composer

And the beat goes on - not least with Roland's latest drum machine, the R70. Simon Trask checks the pulse of the company that gave us the TR808, and are now giving it to us again.

Music Publishing

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Sound International, Jul 1978

How songwriting collaboration can equal more than 1+1.

Steal The Feel - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Drum Programming, Mixing | Recording Musician, Jul 1992

A straightforward guide to producing Dance Mixes using budget equipment.

'Wee Also Have Sound-Houses'

Feature | Topic: Computing, Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound International, Jul 1978

Richard Attree looks at the computer as musical instrument, and the implications thereof.

The Matinee Organ - Part 1

Feature | Topic: Electronics / Build | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1981

Epiphone Casino

Review | In Tune, Jun 1985

Quest For Flour

Feature | Topic: Humour | One Two Testing, Nov 1983
...or, Andy Duncan's search for the self raising drum kit.

Or, when does a drum kit stand on its own 12 feet?

Sequencers Have Feelings Too

Feature | Topic: Sequencing | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992

Your sequencer could be having more of an effect on your music than your synths do. Wilf Smarties wonders whether you should be giving your MC50 a co-writing credit...

Studio Diary

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician, Apr 1975

Boss DR550 MkII

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992
Drum Machine

Two years after the launch of the original Boss DR550 drum machine, a mere £26 extra buys you a DR550 MKII with almost twice the number of sounds. Derek Johnson approves.

 

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