This year marks the 30th birthday of one of the world’s leading manufacturers of synths, samplers and hardware controllers. In this podcast, Novation Product Specialist Chris Calcutt looks back over three decades of innovation.
Robert Henke, electronic visual music artist, software developer and co-founder of Ableton discusses the artist/engineer overlap and how software needs to be accessible to encourage and not hinder the creative process.
Bernt Malmqvist is one of the last remaining links to the golden age of microphone design. He talks to Sam Inglis about his extraordinary career and the unique design approach he learned from founder Rune Rosander.
Nuno Fonseca of Sound Particles talks about their rapid rise in the film and audio industry and how they are using their sound particle plug-in technology to bring exciting new options to sound design and audio recording.
JJ Jeczalik emerged as the pre-eminent Fairlight programmer of the 1980s primarily as one fifth of the art-pop collective, Art of Noise, but also in projects ranging from ABC and Dollar to Yes and Malcolm McLaren.
Hannah Peel, composer, producer and broadcaster, talks to Caro C about her solo record career, including the shortlisted 2021 Mercury Music Prize electronic album, scoring music for Game Of Thrones and her many other diverse projects.