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    Michael Whalen

    Michael Whalen - Imaginary Trains | Podcast

    Michael Whalen talks about performing his latest instrumental album ‘Imaginary Trains’ to a live audience at the EMEAPP museum, using their extensive collection of rare vintage synthesizers.

    People Oct 2022
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    Peter Zinovieff

    Peter Zinovieff - A Tribute | Podcast

    Legendary Composer & Synth Designer

    A tribute to the life and works of composer and synth pioneer Peter Zinovieff by James Gardner, featuring interviews with family, co-workers and collaborators.

    People Sep 2022
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    Richard Norris - The Grid

    Richard Norris - The Grid | Podcast

    British Acid House

    Richard Norris talks about his early break into the music industry, success with The Grid in the 90s, his many collaborations, remixes and unexpected career turns.

    People Aug 2022
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    JJ Jeczalik - Art of Noise

    JJ Jeczalik - Art of Noise | Podcast

    Sampling Pioneer

    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.

    People Jun 2022
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    Hannah Peel Electronic Music Composer

    Hannah Peel - Sonic Journey | Podcast

    From LIPA To Game Of Thrones

    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.

    People May 2022
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    Matt Johnson - Jamiroquai

    Matt Johnson - Jamiroquai | Podcast

    Jazz Funk keyboard player

    Matt Johnson has emerged as one of the most talented and prolific keyboard players of the last 20 years, mostly as part of the legendary Jamiroquai.

    People Apr 2022
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    Sarah Angliss Composer, Musician and Robotic Artist

    Sarah Angliss - My Electroacoustic World | Podcast

    Composer, Musician, Robotic Artist and Theremin Virtuoso

    Sarah Angliss talks to Caro C about her route into Electronic Music and how she utilises sub-frequencies, robotics, and her own effects in her compositions and live performances.

    People Mar 2022
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    Zoë Blade and Nina Richards

    Creating The Stepper Acid Sequencer | Podcast

    Zoë Blade and Nina Richards

    Zoë Blade and Nina Richards talk about their individual music careers and how they came together to create the Stepper Acid Eurorack Sequencer.

    People Feb 2022
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    Public Service Broadcasting

    Public Service Broadcasting | Podcast

    The Making Of The Bright Magic Album

    J. Wilgoose Esquire, founding member of Public Service Broadcasting, talks about the origins of the band and the surprise success they've enjoyed, and discusses his recording methods, choice of equipment and the technical challenges of performing live.

    People Jan 2022
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    Synth Gems 1 book author Mike Metley

    Synth Gems 1: Exploring Vintage Synthesizers | Podcast

    Interview with book author Mike Metlay

    Synth Gems 1 sets out to document, both visually and in words, some of the most incredible keyboard synthesizers ever made. Hear how it came to be...

    People Dec 2021
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    Synth Musician Ian Boddy

    Ian Boddy - Synth Artist | Podcast

    DiN Label's 100th Release: 'Nevermore'

    Rob Puricelli talks to Ian Boddy, who has been a fixture on the electronic music scene for over 40 years, as an artist, a sound designer and a label owner.

    People Dec 2021
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    Look Mum No Computer - Sam Battle

    Look Mum No Computer | Podcast

    Sam Battle

    Sam Battle, also known as Look Mum No Computer, chats to Caro C about his love of electronics, '80s music and re-using discarded technology.

    People Oct 2021
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    David Bessell Electronic Musician

    The Art Of Physical Modelling - David Bessell | Podcast

    Working With Modular Synths And Software

    David Bessell talks to Rob Puricelli about how he was inspired by Physical Modelling and sought to explore it further using modular synths and software. 

    People Sep 2021
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    Michelle Moog Koussa

    The Bob Moog Foundation | Podcast

    Building A Legacy

    Michelle Moog Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation, talks to Rob Puricelli about her father's legacy.

    People Jul 2021
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    Lisa Rovner and Marta Salogni

    Sisters With Transistors | Podcast

    The story of electronic music’s female pioneers

    Director Lisa Rovner and Sound Designer Marta Salogni chat about their feature length documentary Sisters With Transistors, exploring the role of  women as pioneers of electronic music from the 1920s through to the 1980s.

    People Jun 2021
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    David Gamson of Scritti Politti

    David Gamson - Scritti Politti | Podcast

    Defining Sound Of '80s Pop Music

    As one third of the second incarnation of Scritti Politti, David Gamson was the man behind the polished, groove-laden sound of the band’s second album Cupid & Psyche ’85 and their third album, Provision.

    People Apr 2021
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    Imogen Heap

    Imogen Heap - The Intersection Of Music And Tech | Podcast

    Imogen Heap chats to Caro C about her music tech projects, including MiMU Gloves, Glover Software, interacting through VR and The Creative Passport Project.

    People Mar 2021
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    100 Years Of The Theremin

    100 Years Of The Theremin | Podcast

    Still Making Waves In The 21st Century

    A special podcast in honour of the 100th birthday. We speak to Cyril Lance (Chief Engineer, Moog), Dorit Chrysler (composer/New York Theremin Society), Bruce Woolley (songwriter/Radio Science Orchestra) and Katia Isakoff (singer/songwriter and producer).

    People Jan 2021
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    Don Lewis 2

    Don Lewis & Ned Augustenborg | Podcast

    The Untold Story Of A Synthesizer Pioneer

    Don Lewis toured with the Beach Boys, as well as played studio sessions for Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson. He's now the focus of a documentary film by Ned Augustenborg.

    People Nov 2020
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    Arturia President Frédéric Brun

    Arturia - 20 Years Of Software & Hardware | Podcast

    Behind The Brand

    Arturia President Frédéric Brun looks back over the French company's 20-year history from their Storm software to PolyBrute.

    Music Business Nov 2020
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    Manny Fernandez

    Manny Fernandez - From DX to MODX | Podcast

    Programming Yamaha FM Synths

    Dr Manny Fernandez has been heavily involved in development and programming for Yamaha and is best known for his FM and Physical Modelling work through their glory years of new synthesis technologies in the DX7II, SY77/99, VL1, VP1, EX5, AN1x and FS1R. More recently he has been working with the Reface DX, Montage and MODX.

    People Sep 2020

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