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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, Jul 1991
Pioneer of the sampling revolution, Tim Simenon, is back with a new album, a new studio and a refreshing update on what technology has to offer music. Tim Goodyer charts Unknown Territory.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1991
Into the future with RSS, and looking back to programming 'Say A Little Prayer', Bomb The Bass talk technical to Mike Collins.
Interview | Phaze 1, Nov 1988
tim simenon turns the tables
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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, Feb 1989
Their '88 acid house hits took Britain's clubland by storm, but now S' Express are taking their sampling a stage further. Tim Goodyer enjoys the trip.
Interview | Micro Music, Apr/May 1989
Fresh from Germany - Mark Moore spoke to us about the European music scene and the kind of technology he uses
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1989
From the chart success of 'Bass (How Low Can You Go)' to an album and a 24-track studio in his lounge - Simon Harris talks sounds and samples with Tim Goodyer.
Interview | Phaze 1, Feb 1989
baby ford, golden boy of british acid, drops hints on getting the dancefloor moving
Interview | Phaze 1, Apr 1989
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1988
The man responsible for the UK's first genuine acid house single discusses basslines, bitonality and the grin factor. Baby talk: David Bradwell.
Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1988
Pop hopefuls or Stock, Aitken and Waterman puppets? The men in Blue give David "newboy" Bradwell the inside story on the SAW production stable.
Interview | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989
Vie Marshall raps with the bad young brother himself about Ataris, Creator and reader-friendly manuals
Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1989
Belgian sampling innovators Front 242 have been accused of encouraging a fascist following - where does the sampling stop and the politics begin? David Bradwell brings news from the front.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
John "Jellybean" Benitez is the leader of the current trend of DJs turned recording artists. Tim Goodyer talks to him about the relationship between the dancefloor and the recording studio.
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1989
The move from fashion model to pop starlet is many a young girl's dream but Lizzie Tear is already over halfway there. David Bradwell counts the remixes.
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1988
The distinctly eighties phenomenon of remixing is playing a significant part in the development of today's popular music. Tim Goodyer discusses the art of remixing with Norman Cook.
Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1990
The new videola music and video format is taking music video into the next decade. T-Cut K talks to one of the genre's most technology-conscious acts about the medium and the message.
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Cut And Thrust - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: Marketing / Promotion, Music Business | Music Technology, Jan 1993
Cutting a record
Make your own music, make your own record, make your own luck
State Of Independents - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Oct 1993
Riff Raff, FON
In Part 1 of a series on independent labels, MT looks at the case histories of Fon and Riff Raff to discover just what it takes to get going and avoid the pitfalls
Feature | Topic: Computing, Multimedia / Graphics / Visuals | Music Technology, Mar 1994
The World Of CD-i
Indie label Rhythm King are now packaging their artists on CD-i. Simon Trask uncovers the growing links between music marketing and computer games.
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
If you're looking for the sound of the Minimoog without the limitations of pre-MIDI gear, the MIDImoog could be for you. Tim Goodyer puts the 1989 version of Moog's classic synth through its paces.
Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Aug 1988
If the major record companies won't give you the deal you know you deserve, you could do worse than to do it yourself. David Bradwell investigates the pros and cons of pressing your own single.
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1991
As the drum machine goes from strength to strength, Yamaha give it a new dimension by adding a synth-style "bend" wheel. Simon Trask wonders if the beatbox will ever be the same again.
Feature | Music Technology, Dec 1991
A collection of CDs which should be the sampler's delight are the stars of this month's Patchwork. If your music needs a boost from Ed Stratton, Coldcut or Pascal Gabriel, check out these disks.