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Doom, Dead Space & Alien-Isolation Composers Explain How To Create Horror Video Game Scores

The composers behind Doom, Dead Space and Alien-Isolation let us into their world and reveal their creative techniques for creating spine-tingling music for horror video games.

Synth Stories: Wehbba on Eclipse & Roland SE-02

We caught up with Brazil-born, Barcelona-based electronic producer Wehbba to find out why he uses Roland's SE-02 analog synth on practically all his tracks.

Interview: Che Pope

Che Pope's career is the stuff of most peoples' dreams - he's worked with Kanye West, Lauryn Hill, Hans Zimmer and many other leading artists. We spoke to him about how he approaches his craft.

Synth Stories: Dani Karanyi Recreates 80s Sci-Fi Album Using OB6

Electronic producer and media composer Dani Karanyi is inspired by classic 80s sci-fi movie scores. So much so that he made a whole album with his OB-6 synth. He talks us through how he did it.

Deadbeat Interview: Living Rhythms

Deadbeat AKA Scott Monteith is a Canadian-born, Berlin-based producer with a lifelong love of dub and techno. We caught up with him to talk tech, composition and the state of the industry.

Synth Stories: Eric Maltz & Moog Sub 37

We caught up with NY-born, Berlin-resident electronic producer Eric Maltz to find out how he uses his Moog Sub 37 and just what it is he loves about it.

Mouse On Mars Talk Mixing Genres on Dimensional People & Not Having A Sound

Oliver Greschke caught up with electronic production wizards Mouse On Mars to discuss their latest album, studio techniques and all manner of other musical topics...

Synth Stories: Todd Barton On Scoring Ursula K. Le Guin's Always Coming Home With Buchla Music Easel

Todd Barton. Long-time Buchla expert, synthesizer master, and Ursula K. Le Guin collaborator recreates the music from Music and Poems For The Kesh using his trusty Buchla Music Easel synthesizer.

ANNA Talks Music Production, Inspiration & Modular Synths

Brazilian-born DJ and producer ANNA started DJ'ing at an early age. Now based in Barcelona, we caught up with her to talk modular synths, production and performance.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: Tangible Waves

Tangible Waves makes bespoke modular synthesizers that aim to take up less space than eurorack systems and offer "synthesis for everyone". Here's a chat we had with them recently.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: Tiptop Audio

Tiptop Audio started life as a tiny operation working out of a garage but now has a whole team and an impressive product lineup. Here's what they told us when we caught up with them recently.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: Qosmo Modular

Qosmo Modular makes 12 modules, with more on the way. They focus on originality and build quality, as they told us when we caught up with them recently.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: Nono Modular

Nono Modular makes some cool cases for housing modular synths, and is well on its way to designing its first instrument. Here's what the company told us about its future plans.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: Euterpe Synthesizer Laboratories

We chatted to Euterpe Synthesizer Laboratories to find out their thoughts on the state of play with the modular world, as well as their plans for future hardware.

Mini Modular Synth Q&A: GRP Synthesizer

We caught up with the guys at GRP Synthesizer, makers of the A2, A4 and R24, to find out what makes them tick.