Machine Love: Alden Tyrell
A Dutch house master shows us the tools of his trade.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Daedelus
The Monome man takes us inside the box—and explains the many ways he's breaking out of it.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Mr G
Winding loops, luscious bass and the sampler that started it all: the tech house master shows us how he does it.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Laurel Halo
Sounds on the run: we talk gear with the perpetually moving Hyperdub producer.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine Love: tobias.
A master of sound shows us how he tinkers.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Steve Summers
Electribes, Junos and ADATs: we get our hands dirty with the L.I.E.S. mainstay.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Mouse on Mars
The veteran German duo open the doors to their studio.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine Love: Ikonika
RA's Ryan Keeling heads out to West London to talk production with the key Hyperdub artist.
Words / Ryan Keeling
Machine love: Barker & Baumecker
RA's Jordan Rothlein visits the Berlin-based duo, whose open-minded approach in the studio has resulted in one of the best albums of 2012.
Words / Jordan RothleinMachine love: Marc Houle
The Items & Things boss counts down five of his favourite synths.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Ulrich Schnauss
We step into the German producer's studio to chat Voyetra 8s, Hartmann Neurons and other synth arcana.
Words / Ben OliverMachine love: Strategy
RA checks in with the Portland producer in advance of his long-awaited proper follow-up to 2007's Future Rock.
Words / Todd L. BurnsMachine love: Legowelt
RA's Ryan Keeling journeys to The Hague to meet one of electronic music's most fascinating and prolific figures.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Luke Abbott
The Border Community producer talks at length about making music with a modular synth.
Words / Ben OliverMachine love: Dadub
The Italian dub techno duo talk mastering, live shows and world politics.
Words / Todd L. Burns
Machine love: Ben Sims
One of the planet's most prolific techno practitioners opens the doors to his studio.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Art Department
One-half of the high-flying Canadian duo talks about the writing process of their debut album.
Words / Todd L. BurnsMachine love: Brendon Moeller
The prolific DJ/producer reveals some of the secrets to his success.
Words / Daniel PetryMachine love: Studio Barnhus
Inside the Stockholm studio of Axel Boman, Kornél Kovács and Petter.
Words / Todd L. BurnsMachine love: Motor City Drum Ensemble
RA's Ryan Keeling takes a peek into the hardware-laden studio of Danilo Plessow.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: D-Bridge
RA journeys to the revered drum & bass producer's studio to talk synths, samples and sensimilla.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Tommy Four Seven
Logic and field recorder: We discover the way in which the UK producer has made limited tools work to his advantage.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Siriusmo
In advance of his appearance at this year's Bloc festival, we visit the messy studio of Berlin's purveyor of fuzzy electro.
Words / Eike KühlMachine love: Roman Flügel
How the chameleon got his colours: RA's Ryan Keeling discovers the gear and the thinking behind the Frankfurt producer's multifarious sound.
Words / Ryan Keeling
Machine love: 2000 and One
The Dutch techno don still loves his old machines; he's just found the right software to replace them. RA's Aron Friedman reports back from Amsterdam.
Words / Aron FriedmanMachine love: Mike Huckaby
RA learns how an insatiable quest for knowledge (and a whole heap of mistakes) have made Mike Huckaby one of Detroit's most knowledgeable and respected producers.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Pangaea
Small set-up, massive music. RA discovers how just a modest amount of gear has propelled the Hessle Audio co-founder to a position among UK bass music's foremost names.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Glimpse
RA talks to London-based producer, Chris Spero, AKA Glimpse, about his quest for grit and the machines that get him there.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Matmos
RA talks to Drew Daniel and Martin Schmidt about micing cacti, counting with "the Bjork" and the philosophical dilemmas of live performance.
Words / Patrick SissonMachine love: Oneohtrix Point Never
The Brooklyn-based synth head is just as lo-fi as you might think, but not nearly as nostalgic. In advance of his live performance at Decibel in September, RA's Mike Powell finds out what machines make him tick.
Words / Mike PowellMachine love: KiNK
Classic Chicago house by way of Sofia. RA discovers the surprising method behind the sound and style of Bulgarian producer, KiNK.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Jamie Jones
RA sticks its head around the door of Jamie Jones' East London studio to find out which machines the Crosstown Rebels man is loving.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Benjamin Brunn
Plenty of artists use as many instruments as they can. Benjamin Brunn has made his career on mastering just a few. RA's Chris Burkhalter investigates the very deep machine love the producer has for his Clavia Nord Modular.
Words / Chris BurkhalterMachine love: Dennis Ferrer
RA talks to New York house master Dennis Ferrer about the machines that line his studio walls, and what it took to get them there.
Words / Ryan Keeling
Machine love: Dinky
A self-described gear geek, we catch up with the Chilean-born producer to talk shop upon the release of her new album for Wagon Repair.
Words / Ryan KeelingMachine love: Gavin Russom
RA's William Rauscher gets nerdy with DFA's synth maestro about building guitar sequencers, the power of magic and improvising.
Words / William RauscherMachine love: Donnacha Costello
RA looks into the studio of Irish techno artist Donnacha Costello to see what hardware he's using—and how he's using it.
Words / Mark StraussMachine love: The Juan Maclean
RA continues its new feature series, Machine Love, with a look into the working methods of a man devoted to hardware: The Juan Maclean.
Words / Mark StraussMachine love: John Tejada
RA introduces its newest feature series, Machine Love, with a look into the working methods of one of the most notoriously meticulous producers around: John Tejada.
Words / Mark Strauss