Sound & Recording August 2018

George Ezra: Cam Blackwood produziert Staying At Tamara’s +++ Focusrite Clarett USB Audio-­Interfaces mit USB-­Anschluss +++ Mikrofonreperatur +++ MAGAZIN
Read More... 5-09-2018, 10:22
Future Music Issue 335 2018

For a track to sound at its best on a club sound system, it needs to sound tight at certain key frequencies. You need powerful bass that avoids being muddy and overblown, you need highs that will cut through without sounding tinny. In this issue’s Mixing For The Club cover feature, we’ll help you get your tracks club-ready. We’ll look at how to make sure they’ll sound great on any system, and how to prepare your creations to slot perfectly into a DJ set.
Read More... 24-08-2018, 10:29
MusicTech September 2018

In our cover feature this month, Alex Holmes guides you through the science and logic behind why it’s necessary to calibrate your studio and equipment, and the steps you’ll need to take to guarantee perfect, balanced sound at all times. Also this issue, Erin Barra simplifies some vital music production concepts that may have long eluded your understanding – to hopefully increase your sonic vocabulary, and we speak to Kanye West’s former controllerist and cutting-edge musician Laura Escudé about her creative approach and working with some of the biggest names in music. We also find out from IK Multimedia just how their new all-analogue UNO synth came into being in an interview with Erik Norlander, and of course we provide you with our usual wealth of tutorials and reviews of the latest products that could revolutionise your workflow. I hope you enjoy the issue.
Read More... 16-08-2018, 08:57
Computer Music October 2018

No longer a ‘dark art’ performed by hermits in lab coats, the final stage of mastering is an essential topic that every computer musician should understand. If you know what’s required to optimise the sonic quality of your music from the start, you’ll adapt your music-making strategies to suit. And if you want to master music yourself, you’ll be aware of the dos and don’t that the job demands, and avoid common mistakes such as two-bus ‘overcooking’ or mindless processing just for the sake of it.
Read More... 11-08-2018, 09:43
Professional Audio Juli 2018

26 Adam T7V Nach der luxuriösen S-Serie rundet Adam Audio mit der neuen T-Serie das Produktportfolio nach unten hin ab und bietet erstmals vollwertige Studiomonitore mit AMT-Hochtönern zum Einsteigerpreis. Da fragt man sich doch: Wo ist der Haken?
Read More... 24-07-2018, 18:55
Future Music August 2018

In an age when production software is more powerful than ever, there’s still something to be said for shutting down the computer and going full hardware with your music making. From the tactile feel of twisting dials and bashing buttons, to the sonic unpredictability that comes from running sound through an elaborate audio chain, there’s something about working with ‘real’ instruments and effects that you just can’t recreate with software and controllers.
Read More... 23-07-2018, 11:14
Computer Music September 2018

Unlock the potential of your softsynths | FREE retro synth plugin | James Wiltshire in-studio video | Morcheeba interview | Analogue synth and drum machine multisamples | and more!
Read More... 23-07-2018, 11:14
MusicTech July 2018

He’s the man who revolutionised modern film scores with a creative approach to music-making, sonic experimentation and sound utilisation that helps some of the biggest directors to tell their stories. This month we’re overwhelmingly honoured to speak to one of the greatest composers on the planet: Hans Zimmer. In our ten-page interview we talk to Hans about his recent work with Spitfire Audio (read our review) – co-creating a remarkable assortment of production and studio tools – as well as his incredible career in soundtracking. Elsewhere this issue, Dave Gale takes us through the legacy of the vocoder, we report on this year’s Superbooth show in Berlin and speak to its progenitor Andreas Schneider about his views on modular synthesis and its integral place in the music technology world. We’ve also got our usual tutorials, tips and reviews. Enjoy the issue!
Read More... 21-06-2018, 08:27
Professional Audio Juni 2018

20 Mytek Liberty Mit ihrem neuesten Wandler bleibt die polnisch-amerikanische Kultmarke Mytek unter der Preisgrenze von 1.000 Euro. Dennoch wird der Liberty dem exzellenten Ruf, den sich Mytek bereits in der Szene erworben hat, mehr als gerecht.
Read More... 29-05-2018, 16:01
MusicTech June 2018

Though it was only a few issues ago that we contemplated the future of music, we came to the realisation that the future is now! With more effects at our disposal than ever before, we tour the modern arsenal of plug-in effects, tools and software that you might not even realise existed! Elsewhere, we speak to the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff about his production and DJing ethos, and join Detroit-based artist Klayton, whose love of 80s electronic and metal bands has borne many fruitful projects, not to mention an amazing studio. We put Hans Zimmer Strings to the test, as well as a slew of new pieces of gear and software in our expanded reviews section. Additionally, there’s 4 new tutorials for Live, Logic, Cubase and Pro Tools, brand-new tips, retrospectives and our Essential Guide series draws to a close with a 101 to recording. We hope you enjoy the issue!
Read More... 17-05-2018, 08:46
MusicTech May 2018

Imagine some of those iconic cinematic scenes without the music. The scintillating establishing scenes of Blade Runner’s futuristic Los Angeles, Elliot and E.T. soaring past the full moon on their flying bicycle or Luke Skywalker staring up at the twin suns of Tatooine. In our cover feature this month, we present the complete guide to the process from a professional standpoint, with industry advice and even step-by-step guides to try some of the unique creative processes yourself. In addition to our main feature, we also speak with in-demand composer Junkie XL about his work on top-tier blockbusters and commemorate the 20th anniversary of Air’s Moon Safari in this month’s Recording Spotlight. Our expanded tutorial section now (once again!) covers Pro Tools, as well as our usual range of reviews, tips and the second part of our Essential Guide To Plug-In Effects. We hope you enjoy the issue…
Read More... 19-04-2018, 16:46
Beat Magazin Mai 2018

Für alle, denen Handbücher ein Gräuel, Recording-Fachbücher zu trocken und stundenlanges Suchen im Web einfach zu doof sind, trägt Beat die 99 besten Power-Tricks zusammen, die das Leben im Desktop-Studio leichter machen. Ein Almanach mit allen wichtigen Antworten rund um die Themen Recording, Produktion, Mixing, Mastering, Workflow, Akustik, Synthese und Arrangement.
Read More... 4-04-2018, 10:18
MusicTech - April 2018

Emulating the artists that inspired us in our many music-making ventures is as much about rekindling those feelings as it is knowing how the sounds were created. In our cover feature this month we show you how to get impossibly close to the sonic signatures left by your musical heroes. Continuing the theme we present our newest feature ‘Recording Spotlight,’ where we speak to Peter Franco, engineer on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, and gain insight into the complex, painstaking work that went into creating this modern classic. Additionally, we sit down with dance-music producer Stefano Ritteri and rising UK production star Rhiannon Mair, get into the meat of Cubase 9.5 and get hands-on with all the latest gear, tech and software. We hope you enjoy the issue…
Read More... 22-03-2018, 12:13
Computer Music March 2018

Frequencies getting flabby? Sound-design getting weak? Can't stand your stereo image? With the new year, it's time to strengthen your resolve and get better in the studio once and for all. Get inspired now, revolutionise your workflow, and give your tracks the heft they deserve with our transformative guide.
Read More... 31-01-2018, 23:01
MusicTech February 2018

In this issue, we’ve amassed the ultimate collection of professional advice on all things music; whether that’s creating, recording, mixing, mastering or everything in between. Compiled from our interviews with such luminaries as John Leckie, Tony Visconti and Gary Numan, we’ve also got tips and alternative approaches from our (both pro and amateur) music-making audience. We hope this feature provides some inspiration for your creative studio endeavours. Also this issue, we chat to Catherine J Marks, a producer with some seriously impressive credits to her name and a nominee for this year’s MPG Producer Of The Year. We also spend some time with The Flashbulb, whose beautiful studio in the natural tranquility of Georgia is a thing to behold. We wrap up our A-Z series with Gear4Music, which is chock full of all the key terms and techniques that you need to know. We’ve also got our usual vast array of reviews and hands-on tutorial content, as well as an extensive guide to creating music on the move with an iPhone or iPad. We hope you enjoy the issue…
Read More... 18-01-2018, 10:59
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