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MusicTech Magazine Nov 2019 Special Issue

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MusicTech magazine is perfectly described as the intersection between music and technology, it’s widely regarded as the world’s leading magazine of its kind, put simply, this will be your go-to tool to master your music. Filled with in-depth features on music recording and production, MusicTech includes guides on how to kit out your studio, how to build your own beats and make music for free - you will always be learning something new with a MusicTech magazine subscription.

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MusicTech  |  Nov 2019  

It’s pretty much certain that if you’ve bought this magazine, then you will have parted with some of your hard-earned cash on gear for your studio. And let’s be honest, it’s a safe bet you’re not done yet.

Unfortunately, our wallets aren’t bottomless, but even though we might think we have to spend ever-increasing fortunes on new tech to enhance our studios, it’s actually far cheaper to branch into the world of free software. In 2019, there are near-mountains of free software available – tailored for each part of the production process. .. read more But it can be a time-consuming quest to amass (and test) the right tools for your needs. So in this issue, we’ve rounded up the very best freeware that you can download to create your own free virtual studio.

You might have also noticed that this issue comes with an added extra! We’re celebrating a whopping 200 issues of MusicTech – and to mark the occasion, we’ve put together a brand-new, freshly written guide to mixing. We hope it will serve as a companion to you in the studio, should you need to refresh your knowledge of key principles, mixing approaches and more.

Elsewhere, we’ve got the final part of our Synthesis Masterclass series, which details how the computer became the ultimate synth! We also speak to former Pulp bass player and now Grammy-nominated producer Steve Mackey about his diverse career and also to the astute people at Black Lion Audio, who have combined the very best of modern technology with vintage designs.

In our reviews, we spend time with Behringer’s Odyssey and discover a faithful and competitively priced recreation of a classic. We’ve also got our usual in-depth tutorials, tips and guides, so I hope you enjoy our 200th issue!  read less

Within every issue of MusicTech readers learn about music production and recording, ways to improve their technique and tracks to inspire their creativity. If recreating vintage studio sounds excites you, then you’ll be glad to hear that every issue includes hands-on guides to teach you different areas of creating music. Packed full of gear reviews and pro tips too, a MusicTech magazine subscription is the perfect gift for anyone wanting to create and master their music.

Written by musicians and industry experts, you will learn how to make your music stand out and add different flavours to your mixes from the pros themselves. Maybe you’re eager to build your own studio and share it with your community of music enthusiasts? Or perhaps you just want to stay up to date with the latest music news or new tech releases? Whatever your passion, you’re sure to find it within a MusicTech digital magazine subscription

Feeling inspired to expand your mind with a MusicTech magazine subscription? Grab yours today and look forward to:

  • The world’s leading music tech magazine
  • Easy-to-follow tutorials to take your music to the next level
  • News and updates from the music industry  
  • Interviews with visionaries, ready to inspire your next track
  • Insight into the latest gear to kit out your studio
  • FREE DVD with royalty-free samples, software and video tutorials
  • Delivered direct to your device every month

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year MusicTech magazine subscription.

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Impressive articles

Good photography Reviewed viernes, 13 de enero de 2023

High quality

Good entertainment Reviewed martes, 6 de septiembre de 2022

One of the best

Excellent quality Reviewed martes, 7 de junio de 2022

High quality

Excellent introduction to technology within the music industry Reviewed martes, 19 de abril de 2022


Would be nice if it had more videos and tutorials. Reviewed domingo, 17 de enero de 2021

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in MusicTech Nov 2019.

Welcome It’s pretty much certain that if you’ve bought this magazine, then you will have parted with some of your hard-earned cash on gear for your studio. And let’s be honest, it’s a safe bet you’re ...
On your DVD… Swung Beats Our exclusive pack this month sees sound designer Richard James going lo-fi, with a collection of gritty and heavily swung MPC-style electronic beats. There are 100 loops in total,...
In case you missed it… FOR THE LATEST NEWS VISIT WWW.MUSICTECH.NET IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… SYSTEM UPDATE Just days after the company announced a new collaboration with Ninja Tune on Zen Delay, Erica Synths returns wi...
GET READY TO RUMBLE Teenage Engineering has debuted Rumble, the second hardware expansion module for the brand’s OP-Z sequencer. The module features an in-built haptic subwoofer, allowing the user to literally fe...
MUSICTECH 200TH ISSUE EXCLUSIVE! Our attention has been turned recently to Sample Tools by Cr2, which offers expertly curated, bespoke collections of samples that have been provided by one of the largest royalty-free provider...
THE ULTIMATE FREEWARE GUIDE COVER FEATURE If you’re a music producer who’s a bit short of cash, or one that just likes a bargain, you have come to the right place – welcome to the (almost) annual MusicTech round up of the best ...

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