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In 1996, TC Electronics sent shocks through waveforms with the one-box music making solution known as The Finalizer, as Dave Gale explains….
Whatever type of music you are making, and however you make it, your hobby need not cost you a fortune. In fact, it doesn’t need to cost you anything at all, as you can make complete pieces of music with software that won’t cost you a penny! The world of freeware is booming and you’ve come to just the right place to find out what you need for your free music making, whatever genre you compose in and however you do it…
This November marks the 50th anniversary of The White Album, a double LP that is as innovative as it is inspirational. John Pickford marks this special birthday with a look back at the history, recording techniques, tense studio sessions and the gear used for this incredible double album…
Über producer and songwriter Neil Davidge sits down with MusicTech to discuss working on one of the defining albums of the last few decades, and how his compositional approach works for anything from blockbuster Hollywood films to million-selling video games
At the age of 23, Lauren Deakin Davies has already made an impressive mark on the music production world. Having helmed over nine albums, received numerous awards for her work and being the youngest-ever full member of the MPG, the future looks bright indeed for the Hetfordshire-based producer…
Following their rise to prominence in 2013, Rudimental have collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry, amassing multi-platinum sales plus Brit and MOBO awards. MusicTech meets Amir Amor and Piers Agget to discuss the group’s dazzling ascent and album, Toast To Our Differences
Logic Pro X 10.4.2 has ushered some major developments in its Smart Tempo functionality, making it much easier to control your project’s tempo. Mark Cousins clocks on…
Sometimes it’s good to focus on the simple things in Ableton Live, and what could be simpler than something called Simpler? It looks innocent enough, but Martin Delaney thinks it might be more powerful than you think…
In our last tutorial, we looked at the ins-and-outs (literally!) of routing in Cubase. This time, Adam Crute is taking things a step further with a look at Cubase Pro’s Control Room feature…
You’ve created a song, of sorts, in Presonus Studio One 4 and now you need to mix it. So let Andy Jones take you on a mixing masterclass, so you can turn those sonic ideas into a million dollars!
A fantastic synth sound can define a song. In the latest part of our Reason sound design series, Andy Jones looks at how you can add more punch to your Reason synth sounds…
Trying to get the perfect guitar tone? Having trouble with your mic positions? Wonder if you should use more than one mic? And how will the state of your strings affect the sound? You’d best read on for our ten top tips to a top guitar tone…
Does your music sound sterile? Is your mixing just too pristine? Does your digital not sound analogue enough? Welcome to 21st century music making where everything is Mhz this and 24-bit that. Time to get deep down and dirty…
Novation has just unleashed the latest in its SL range but, really, it’s like no other controller ever before. Andy Jones discovers total control for any studio setup
Vocal editing is often seen as an arduous but necessary task. Can Revoice Pro 4 ease the pain? Alex Holmes finds his voice…
Ever in the pursuit of the perfect string sound, Spitfire Audio’s latest presentation gets the dry treatment. Dave Gale takes a flight onboard Air Studio One
Some months on from the release of their T5V, John Pickford looks at Adam’s latest entry-level monitor to see how it sizes up
Roland’s entry into the Eurorack market has been added to with new modules this year. Dave Gale patches up a complete system, and gets to know the new Module arm
Audio-Technica has built a solid reputation for its M-series professional headphones. Adam Crute takes a look at the ATH-M60x, the latest addition to the product line
Spire Studio is an innovative hardware device from music software giants iZotope, designed to make mobile recording easy. Andy Jones gets inSpired
Avantone has recreated a studio classic in the form of the CLA-10 and John Pickford thinks you’ll know exactly which classic that is…
Offering a new batch of cinematic beats and sounds, Dave Gale shouts ‘Action!’ and examines the packed content of this new EZX expansion library
The 88 LS is the latest in the KRONOS workstation range, a keyboard so featurepacked, it is touted as Korg’s most powerful synth ever. Andy Jones powers up
If moving at a snail-like pace is something you have to score within your music, Sonokinetic’s new library could help speed things up, as Dave Gale explains…
Rob Papen’s latest offering aims to bring affordable mastering to the masses. Dave Gale gasps for Air while tightening up the bottom end
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