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Interviews

Propaganda - The Ministry Of Propaganda

Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1990

In 1985 Propaganda produced a seminal electronic music album - then they vanished. Five years on they've returned to pick up where they left off. Michael Mertens talks to Tim Goodyer about technology and the German tradition.

Propaganda - The Art of Propaganda

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1990

Back in 1985, Propaganda made an astonishing debut with 'Dr. Mabuse' and the classic album 'A Secret Wish'. After years of silence, a split with ZTT records, and the departure of three-quarters of the original line-up, Michael Mertens is back with a new-look Propaganda, and feeds the party line to Nigel Humberstone.

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Trade Winds - BMF 1989

Show Report | Music Technology, Sep 1989
British Music Fair Show Report

This year's British Music Fair attracted hordes of equipment-hungry punters eager to see what the future of music might hold. Simon Trask was there asking the same question.

Yamaha G10

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1988
MIDI Guitar System

Is the practical MIDI guitar finally with us? Bob O'Donnell checks out the latest, and most promising, MIDI guitar controller from Yamaha.

Synclavier Programmer

Feature | Sound On Sound, Mar 1986

Jonathan Sorrell is one of a handful of session programmers working with the world's most sophisticated sampling keyboard - the Synclavier. Paul Gilby discovers how it came about.

When Worlds Collide

Feature | Topic: Live | Sound On Sound, Apr 1987
The Chieftains In China

Janet Angus reports on what happened when Irish folk group The Chieftains took up an offer to do a concert tour of China and decided to record the event.

Studio Of The Month

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician, Nov 1985
The Workhouse Studios

The Workhouse schows Schwartz itsch schuperschtudios

New Reality

Feature | Topic: Composing / Art | Sound On Sound, Nov 1989
The story of a CD

Not many people would have the courage to give up a lucrative career in the jingles business in order to record and release their own CD. But that's precisely what Simon Renouf has done, and this is his story...

Roland JC55 Chorus Combo

Review | Making Music, Aug 1986

Advances

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Making Music, Oct 1986

You're signed, and the big cheque arrives. What do you spend it on?

MicroLink System ML10

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1984
for Casio MT200 and Sinclair Spectrum

Micro Musical's latest hardware/software package links the Casio MT200 to the Sinclair Spectrum home micro. Somehow, Paul White managed to find time to review it.

Tool Box

News | The Mix, Aug 1994
Sounds, samples, & software upgrades for the modern studio

New software, systems, sounds, updates

Getting Yourself Heard

Feature | Topic: Marketing / Promotion | Sound International, Aug 1978

The feasibility of putting your own records out; Richard Dean tells how to beat them at their own game.

This article has no OCR bodytext.Out-Takes

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1985

Record releases from Propaganda, Kate Bush, Man Jumping and others vie with another load of readers' demos for the attention of E&MM's music critics.

Five for Eighty-five

Retrospective | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1986

A nostalgic look back at 1985 by the people who bring E&MM to you each month. Was it really that bad?

This article has no OCR bodytext.Out-Takes

Music Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1985

A new-look roundup of tapes, records and music in general takes to the air for the first time. You ain't seen nothing yet.

This artist was mentioned in these interviews:-

Propaganda - The Ministry Of Propaganda

Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1990

In 1985 Propaganda produced a seminal electronic music album - then they vanished. Five years on they've returned to pick up where they left off. Michael Mertens talks to Tim Goodyer about technology and the German tradition.

The Art of Propaganda

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1990

Back in 1985, Propaganda made an astonishing debut with 'Dr. Mabuse' and the classic album 'A Secret Wish'. After years of silence, a split with ZTT records, and the departure of three-quarters of the original line-up, Michael Mertens is back with a new-look Propaganda, and feeds the party line to Nigel Humberstone.

Act - Action Direct

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1988

Whatever happened to Thomas Leer? What's become of Propaganda? If you've heard of a band called Act you already know the answers to these questions, if not, David Bradwell is right on cue with this interview.

Die Krupps - Metal, Machines & Music

Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1992

Die Krupps: hi-tech and heavy

Metallurgy

Interview | Sound On Sound, Nov 1992
The Return Of Die Krupps

Front 242 - Front Line

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.

Steve Lipson - The Price of Fame

Interview | Music Technology, May 1987

...Is already hugely successful as an engineer, producer, musician and programmer for the likes of Grace Jones and Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Paul Tingen finds fame has made him disillusioned and cynical.

Andy Richards - Programmer's Protocol

Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1988

From his involvement in the infamous Frankie Goes To Hollywood sessions, Andy Richards has become an accomplished producer and programmer in his own right. Nicholas Rowland listens to a rationalisation of technology.

Harvey Andrews

Interview | International Musician, Oct 1975

Why you can't keep a good man down... can you?

 

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