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Allister Brimble has one of the largest audio portfolios in the games industry comprising of over 300 titles. Allister & Steve worked together on projects such as "Street Racer" for Nintendo & "Ultimate Body Blows" for Team 17 as well as a number of Playstation titles. Allister has also produced two excellent CDs - “Sounds Digital”, & “Bang! Tick…Tick…” He currently writes for Orchestral Media Developments: Specialists in cinematic music for computer games.
I just couldn't resist using this picture! (Sorry Nick!). Accomplished keyboard player for the likes of Steve Hackett and the Enid, Nick has also released six solo albums. A Sound On Sound reviewer, he used to give stunning demos for Roland, and has given me sound advice on a number of occasions…!
Adrian Wagner 1952-2018
Composer, artist, music producer and inventor, Adrian Wagner was the great-great grandson of the famous nineteenth-century composer, Richard Wagner.
Adrian invented the hugely popular British synthesizer - the Wasp. Valued by musicians and producers worldwide, the Wasp ignited Steve's passion for synths. Adrian wove some of his magic at the mastering stage of Making Waves, -This experience was the origin of Steve's interest in the subject that would eventually lead to him forming Mainstream Mastering. Adrian was an endless source of encouragement & advice & is sadly missed.
Rupert Hine 1947-2020
Rupert was a musician in his own right with several solo albums to his name. He was the vocalist behind Quantum Jump’s “The Lone Ranger”, but it's for his production work that he is best known. Artists such as Tina Turner, Howard Jones, Camel, Anthony Phillips, Rush, Stevie Nicks and Suzanne Vega have all benefitted from his awesome production skills. Steve attended Production Masterclasses given by Rupert.