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Our First Cut interviews are for up-and-coming acts, and this month, we’re featuring Stoni Cooper – who is not only an outspoken and cutting-edge producer, but also a product specialist for the likes of Native Instruments and ROLI… so perhaps the ultimate artist to talk tech…

MT First Cut Stoni

We love featuring artists who are using technology in innovative or perhaps extreme ways. This month, we have someone who has not only been inspired by a rich and diverse background of music, but one who’s better versed than most in music technology, having been a product specialist for several high-tech companies including Native Instruments and (currently) ROLI, Stoni Cooper.

MusicTech: So who is Stoni?

Stoni: An outspoken, powerhouse music producer who’s unafraid of making waves and unapologetic for changing the musical landscape. Born in Brooklyn, NY, I grew up listening to everything from Sam Cooke and Stevie Wonder to Prince and Michael Jackson, but my influences don’t begin and end there. I cut my teeth alongside some of the legends of hip-hop and rock music, and was mentored by engineering legends.

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It's the MusicTech Mobile Music issue! With the iOS platform, you can get versions of everything music-production related, and we feature the best of them in the new issue of MusicTech. We've broken it down into five categories: DAWs, Synths, Interfaces, DJ/Beats and Sound Design – Martin Delaney guides us through it all. Also in this issue we have reviews of Reason 9 plus gear from Thermionic Culture, AKG and ROLI, and software from IKM and iZotope. There's modular news and reviews of Euroracks from Studio Electronics and AJH plus tutorials on songwriting, compression and using Ableton Link. An issue not to be missed!