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Patchwork

Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Jun 1987

The Roland Alpha Juno, Korg Poly 800 MkII and Yamaha CX5M are among the machines featured in this month's selection of readers' synth sounds, and there's a review of new voicing tapes for the Ensoniq ESQ1.

Patchwork

Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Sep 1987

A review of ESQ1 cartridges from Executive Audio joins readers' patches for it and the Roland D50 and Yamaha TX81Z - all in this month's Patchwork.

Talking Shop

Interview | Music Technology, Mar 1988

Building his career on productions of Jennifer Warnes, Malcolm McLaren and the Communards, Stephen Hague has found his greatest success with The Pet Shop Boys. David Bradwell talks shop.

Johnny Hates Jazz

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988

Johnny Hates Jazz are in the privileged position of being allowed to produce their own debut album. David Bradwell talks to the band about their unusual situation, their techniques and their philosophies.

Hi-NRG Paradise

Interview | Music Technology, May 1988

Musical trends come and go but the hi-nrg beat goes on and on... David Bradwell talks to the hi-nrg production team who've released more records in the last 12 months than Stock, Aitken and Waterman.

Playing the Blues

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.

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.

DIY Single

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.

Docklands Rendezvous

Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1988

Jean Michel Jarre is about to stage the world's biggest ever concert in the London Docklands. David Bradwell finds out about the technological dark age and the art of showmanship.

Rags To Riches

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Sep 1988
Rich Bitch Studio

From rehearsal room to recording complex. David Bradwell tells the story of a Midlands musician who hopes to open a nationwide chain of recording studios.

The Power Of The Voice

Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1988

After releasing an album consisting entirely of human vocal samples, Claire Hamill reintroduces the synthesiser to her music. David Bradwell listens to the singer's tale.

Copycat Crimes

Feature | Topic: Copyright, Sampling | Music Technology, Sep 1988

Sampling and the law: where do you stand when you plug your record deck or CD player into your sampler? David Bradwell investigates the legal position and the attitudes of the music industry.

BAD Attitude

Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1988

From their initial sampled success with 'E=mc2' Big Audio Dynamite have gone on to further explore the use of dialogue and sound effects in pop music. David Bradwell talks technology and photography with keyboardsman Dan Donovan.

Age Of Consent

Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1988

Through a career that has encompassed the controversy of the Bollock Brothers and the serenity of new age, Phil Thornton has drawn the best from technology. David Bradwell listens in.

The Empire Strikes Back

Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1988

Who helped make Climie Fisher's single a hit? And the Pet Shop Boys', and Depeche Mode's, and Bananarama's? David Bradwell investigates the latest action in the Stock, Aitken & Waterman production stable.

We Are The Management

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1988

Who are the music biz' management, and do you really need them? David Bradwell talks to the people who take care of the stars and their affairs.

Acid Radical

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.

Record Profits

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Dec 1988

Who's making the cash out of record sales - the artist, the record company, the management, the record shops? David Bradwell investigates record royalties.

Psycho Killer

Feature | Music Technology, Dec 1988

A complete psychosensory experience in the back of a Transit van? David Bradwell talks to the man behind the most sophisticated sound system on wheels.

Assault On Battery

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Jan 1989
Battery Studios

Jive Records' own Battery Studio complex has to accommodate acts as diverse as Schooly D, Mark Shreeve and Samantha Fox. David Bradwell raps technology.

Riding The Silver Wave

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.

Bring the Noise

Feature | Topic: Microphones, Recording, Sampling | Music Technology, Feb 1989

If you intend to make samples of acoustic instruments or events, you're going to need a microphone - but which one? David Bradwell checks the various types and their uses.

Electric Blue

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1989

From the first all-electronic record label to the first ARS Electronica concert, Hubert Bognermayr has been one of electronic music's pioneers. David Bradwell makes the Austrian connection.

Acid Radical

Interview | Phaze 1, Feb 1989

baby ford, golden boy of british acid, drops hints on getting the dancefloor moving

Record Profits

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Phaze 1, Feb 1989

the average album costs over six quid: where does it go, and why?

 

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