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Genome: [r1 Bd=19941204]

Beatles producer

George Martin kicks off a three-part history of music technology. 1: Waiting for the Red Light Musicians, producers and engineers recall studios that looked like physics labs... but were the results more creative than today's digital, highly produced masterpieces?

Brian Eno considers the relationship between music and technology in The Story of Pop: Tuesday 9.00pm

Genome: [r1 Bd=19941204]

Unknown: George Martin

Unknown: Brian Eno

Genome: [r1 Bd=19941211]

A three-part history of music technology.

2: Wondrous Stories

Rick Wakeman tells the story of music technology from Sergeant Pepper to punk, with tales of early

Moog synths, effects pedals and multi-track excess.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19941211]

Unknown: Rick Wakeman

Genome: [r1 Bd=19941218]

Concluding the three-part history of music technology. Electric Dreams

Peter Hook of New Order tells the story of music technology - from late 70s synth-pop to today's multimedia extravaganzas.

01Wating For The Red Light19941204

Sir George Martin tells the story of music technology.

02Wondrous Stories19941211

Rick Wakeman continues the story of music technology.

03 LASTElectic Dreams1994121820080928 (6M)

Presented by Peter Hook.