Tomorrow’s World on sampling and MIDI with Midge Ure

March 17, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The first half of the video is an interview with Midge Ure on sequencing, guitar synths, and sampling.The second half features some behind-the-scenes footage of Peter Wilshire and Robin Lumley gathring field recordings at a zoo for sample-based compositions.

“From a very old VHS (1986/7?). The reasons I just had to upload it were: a) it has to be the inspiration for Look Around You’s Synthesizer Patel; b) Midge Ure demonstrates the keytar by playing Stairway! There’s a big jump in the middle as this is a cut-and-shut job.”

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