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MusicTech Magazine Sept 2020 Back 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  |  Sept 2020  

It’s common for musicians to re-establish themselves as producers. After years of on-the-road toil and disputes over royalties, it’s no surprise that many seek a life of relative stability behind the desk. But career switches in the opposite direction aren’t something we encounter often. However, if there’s one man who can successfully make that transition from producer to artist, it’s Paul Epworth, the internationally renowned Grammy-winning mastermind behind the key works of Adele, Coldplay, Bloc Party, Florence and the Machine, and mountains more. In our interview this issue, Paul explains why now is the perfect time for him to embark on a solo foray into uncharted territories, and how he’s able to juggle that with being one of the world’s most celebrated and in-demand producers.
Also this issue, we bring together a range of room-correction software to run a group test, with the intention of learning just how much of an improvement they can actually make to your equipment and space. Elsewhere, we speak to Cardiff-based rock recordist Romesh Dodangoda, while Texas trio Khruangbin guide us through their rural recording process, and Harlem Shake architect Baauer gives a guided tour of his production HQ.
We also have our usual range of tutorials and guides. Lined up for the test bench this month, we have a deluge of instruments, software and tech from the likes of Polyend, PreSonus, Native Instruments and Kali Audio. We hope you enjoy this jam-packed issue.

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

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Would be nice if it had more videos and tutorials. Reviewed 17 January 2021


Excellent magazine. Always look forward to reading the latest issue Reviewed 21 May 2020


Great Magazine please do more software content and some more freeware reviews. It's getting harder to pick the best of the Freeware VST and DAW lot. But could I ask that you do a Cakewalk by Bandlab review. One thing that gets me is that so much on what is in Cakewalk already is still only now coming to Studio One and other paid for DAW's. Yet you magazines avoid mentioning that. Please reach out to the Cakewalk Backers and write a really good review of a free product that quite honestly is fantastic. Reviewed 24 March 2020


As someone fairly new to "Electronic Music", DAW's, etc., I appreciate the articles, the reviews and the downloads. Reviewed 27 February 2020

Great mag and easy to read mobile version

This is a great way to read the mag and the new easy-to-read mobile version makes it even easier to read the content on your phone when out and about. Reviewed 15 August 2016

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in MusicTech Sept 2020.

Making the leap It’s common for musicians to re-establish themselves as producers. After years of on-the-road toil and disputes over royalties, it’s no surprise that many seek a life of relative stability beh...
On your DVD… VIDEO TUTORIALS VIDEO/42MINS Jack Garratt Live Set-up, Creative Processing with Waves We have two videos courtesy of Point Blank Music School for you. First, there’s an interview with si...
WOMEN IN MUSIC FROM START TO FINISH In case you missed it… MusicTech is proud to be an official media partner of ADAM Audio’s new six-part webinar series, exclusively aimed at women producers and musicians. The free-to-watch liv...
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THEREMIN The Minimoog. The TR-808. The Wavestation. The history of electronic music is littered with legendary instruments. Some, however, have sadly disappeared without trace, drifting into the abyss ...
PAUL EPWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY JOSEPH BRANSTON “I knew I was going to be sort of a jack of all trades and master of none. ”Paul Epworth has received awards on stage at the Grammys, the BRITs, the MPG A...

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