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Yards Ahead

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | Music Technology, Nov 1986
Lillie Yard Studio

Where can you find a complete audio-video recording system, a Fairlight a separate programming suite and the biggest modular synth in the world? Matthew Vosburgh discovers heaven off the Earl's Court Road.

The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Macintosh

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1986
Tech Talk

Matthew Vosburgh takes a conducted tour around software for the Apple Macintosh with the author of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

Mac Recorder

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1988

Matthew Vosburgh reports on this unassuming little program that turns any Macintosh computer into a powerful sound sampler.

Muted Response

Feature | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1984

Daniel Miller, head of Mute records, has taken the label to a very successful conclusion with some massive UK hits. He tells of the joys and despair of the British record industry, and his work with electronic music.

Dream Sequence

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984

Tangerine Dream give a piece of their collective musical mind to Matthew Vosburgh, who also took the pictures.

Order of the Day

Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1985

Matthew Vosburgh attaches tape recorder to tripod and lets New Order add their words to his pictures. He also traces the recorded history of one of Britain's most influential modem music outfits.

TechTalk - Living Off Video

Interview | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1986

If you're a frustrated synth programmer looking for an outlet to use your talents, you could become a soundtrack writer for computer games. Matthew Vosburgh meets one of Britain's best.



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