Thin Lizzy have just finished a hugely successful UK tour. DV magazine spoke to Scott Gorham about the new line-up and the new gear he’s been using.
Musical Director for the all-conquering Black Eyed Peas, Printz Board takes us through a complete song composition, programming and recording using Propellerhead Reason
Take That guitarist Milton McDonald, who has played with just about anybody who’s anybody on the British music scene talks to DV Magazine about his guitars, effects and playing live.
Leeds ‘live music’ promoter and new band mentor Richard Watson is bringing decades of music industry experience and advising unsigned bands on the industry they aspire to enter. DV Magazine looks at this extraordinary guy’s passion and drive for unsigned musical talent.
Jamiroquai guitarist Rob Harris takes time out from preparing for an upcoming tour to talk about his approach to playing guitar as well as giving us an insight into his current set-up.
As you might imagine, acclaimed songwriters and producers Chase and Status – who found considerable favour with the release of their debut album More Than a Lot, have a considerable number of sam
Guy Davis is in the middle of recording an album that’s likely to grab the attention of a great many rock fans. Having provided the drums for Reuben over the space of four albums, he’s now decid
Guy Davis – ex-Reuben Drummer and current drummer and producer for Freeze the Atlantic – has ended up behind the mixing desk after bided time watching others have fun with faders. Now he’s in con
Perhaps best known for his explosive drumming with rock ‘n’ roll band Reuben, Guy Davis has since found himself hard at work in the studio, manning the desks for his new band Freeze the Atlantic.
In part one of this interview, Ken Andrews made it clear that today’s producer can get by with very little in the way of equipment if they so choose, and that the digital revolution has done a gr
Nine Inch Nails, Beck, Tenacious D, Chris Cornell, Pete Yorn, Blink 182, Jimmy Eat World, Tool – it’s fair to say that Ken Andrews has had something of a colourful production history in both audi
It’s been a crazy few weeks for Paul Hardcastle. As we reported here at DV247 Blog recently, he’s been doing TV and radio interviews, presenting seminars and generally spreading the word about hi
When a band changes their live sound significantly, one might assume that the biggest problem will be the potential backlash of the fans. Recently, DV247 Blog had the opportunity to find out exac
Further exploring the world of star Hed Kandi DJ/Producer Wez Clarke, we continue with part two of this DV247 interview.
Historically, and looking from your early teens onwards, which bands, art
With a plethora of DJ/Producers currently populating the dance music scene, only a small handful stand out for consistent, reliable work both behind the studio desk and DJ console. One such guy h
How do Event Opal active studio monitors sound to one of the UK’s most renowned producers? James Wiltshire of Freemasons give us his opinion in part three of his exclusive review.