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New Worlds - BBC Radiophonic Workshop - BBC Radiophonic Music (CDr, Album)

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  1. Mazunris
    The Radiophonic Workshop was set up by the BBC's Drama department in the late 50s as a forum for the creation of what were initially termed 'Electrophonic' sounds to accompany specialist radio and.
  2. Felkis
    The BBC Radiophonic Workshop was created back in the '50s to supply sound effects and music to various BBC radio and television programs. Despite not obtaining an actual synthesizer until , the Radiophonic Workshop turned out some amazing electronic work from its founding in the '50s until the workshop was closed in
  3. Vir
    The Radiophonic Workshop () Fourth Dimension is a BBC Records release featuring recordings created by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop composer Paddy Kingsland. Although it was credited to "The BBC Radiophonic Workshop" it was the work of Kingsland alone, and was the first album of Workshop music to feature only one artist.
  4. Vulrajas
    Mar 15,  · BBC Radiophonic Music BBC Radiophonic Workshop Soundtrack ; Listen on New Worlds ( Remaster) 21 Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO ( Remaster) 22 More By BBC Radiophonic Workshop See All. The Box of Delights (Original Television Soundtrack)
  5. Akinoshakar
    The Dr Who theme tune is the most famous piece from the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop. Andrew Harrison looks at how the team created groundbreaking electronic music.
  6. Zolokora
    This musical 'autograph album' is the track 'Radiophonic Rock' [Track 1]. Despite technological process, the Radiophonic Workshop is still what it was when it first came into existence 25 years ago, a creative service department supplying special sound and music to BBC programme makers.
  7. Shakak
    Music from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop is a limited edition 4X10" vinyl compilation collecting and re-ordering the compilations BBC Radiophonic Music and The Radiophonic Workshop, including the bonus tracks from their CD re-releases. It featured the remasters provided by Mark Ayres for the original re-releases.
  8. Dikazahn
    For decades the BBC Radiophonic Workshop has produced the majority of incidental electronic music broadcast over British air waves, their adherence to cutting-edge technology pioneering countless creative Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.

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