The second term of RBMA Madrid 2011 is in full swing right now with some of music's biggest stars dishing out both sound advice and fascinating tales from the engine rooms of pop music...
Still to lecture at this year's event are Wu-Tang leader RZA, everyone's favourite synth meister Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never), UK bass specialists Pearson Sound and Scuba, and two abolute legends of pop: David Bowie's preferred studio hand, Tony Visconti, and onetime co-pilot with George Clinton and James Brown, Bootsy Collins.
One pop music figurehead who's already taken to the stage this term is Trevor Horn. The famous 80s pop producer joined the event yesterday for a lengthy chat that covered everything from The Buggles and failing to remember Derrik May's name to arguing with the band Yes until they gave in and rerecorded their biggest hit, Owner of a Lonely Heart.
But it was when talking about his work with punk rock impresario and Duck Rock creator Malcolm McLaren that Horn became most animated. Watch the clip below to hear Horn talking about his work with McLaren on the massive hit, Buffalo Gals.
RBMA Madrid continues until November 25.