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MUSICTECH GEAR OF THE YEAR 2016 The nominations are in!

We’re getting towards the end of 2016, so it’s time to announce the MusicTech Gear Of The Year Awards…

Can you believe we’re approaching the end of 2016 already? It is, then, time to announce our Gear Of The Year award nominations! It’s your chance to vote and there will be a fabulous prize for one lucky entrant…

We’ve slightly altered the categories this year, to reflect the surge in interest in modular synthesis (that gets a category all to itself). We’ve also been a bit more lenient in our inclusions, as not all have been reviewed (some DAW updates just weren’t worthy of reviewing this year, but that doesn’t necessarily make the inclusion of the DAW in question not worthy).

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About MusicTech

The idea of this month’s MusicTech is to give you a flavour of what it’s like to record a band, with all the technical know-how that goes with it. We asked MT expert Mike Hillier to imagine you are sitting watching him prepare the studio and mic the band up and in doing so, Mike offers a hell of a lot of advice. Like I say, it’s like you’re with him... At the other end of the scale we have the new Pioneer Toraiz, a unit that, on the face of it, is packed with DJ appeal. Yet dig beneath the surface and you’ll find an incredibly powerful piece of hardware for the music producer. Talking of scales, we go from dance music remixing and production with Mason (p34) to mastering it with Label Worx. So we cover the complete process of recording to release which, quite handily, brings us right back to our cover feature! The November issue of MusicTech is out now!