Interviews

Chanel Summers Interview – Game On!

From being part of the team that developed the Xbox to lecturing around the world on video game sound design, Chanel Summers is at...

Midnight Juggernauts – The MusicTech Q&A

Midnight Juggernauts are a three piece band formed in Melbourne, Australia - the three members, Andrew Szekeres, Vincent Vendetta, and Daniel Stricker have a genre-defying...

Dionvox – The MusicTech Q&A

Welcome back to our artist Q&A here at MusicTech.net, this week we're chatting with the highly acclaimed Dionvox. The band are fronted by a versatile...

Haap – The MusicTech Q&A

Welcome back to our weekly artist Q&A here at MusicTech.net, this week we're chatting with ecclectic Norwegian band Haap. Consisting of two members, Jørn...

Silent Strike – The MusicTech Q&A

Welcome back to our weekly artist Q&A here at MusicTech.net, this week we met up with a very prodigious artist from Romania. Ioan Titu,...

The Schizofreniks – The MusicTech Q&A

Welcome back to The MusicTech Q&A, this week we're quite excited to be chatting with The Schizofreniks who have spent the past 6 years...

Deedub – The MusicTech Q&A

Our weekly artist interview series in association with Reverbnation continues this week as we investigate an artist who has had big success in his...

Color Theory – The MusicTech Q&A

Our weekly artist interview series, in association with ReverbNation, continues this week with a chap by the name of Brian Hazard - better known...

Steve Ryan – The MusicTech Q&A

As we announced last week, we're going to be running weekly Q&A's with a variety of globe-spanning artists of various genres, ages, musical skill-sets...
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