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12 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review From $2.42 per issue MusicTech is the world's leading magazine at the intersection of music and technology. Every issue comes packed with in-depth features on music recording and production, including interviews with visionaries, gear reviews, buyer's guides, and easy-to-follow tutorials — all written by our team of industry experts and musicians.

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MusicTech  |  Sep-16  


The new issue of MusicTech is all about mastering your music, and mastering it for everywhere! These days you have to master for various outlets so your music needs to sound professional not just in the studio but online too. We have guides to the whole process, the whys, and hows. We also interview leading mastering engineers about the joys of vinyl mastering and other challenges modern mastering experts face. There's well over 1GB of free samples on the DVD plus 2 hours of tutorials and a bumper set of reviews and workshops too. Make music and master it now!
MusicTech is the world's leading magazine at the intersection of music and technology. Every issue comes packed with in-depth features on music recording and production, including interviews with visionaries, gear reviews, buyer's guides, and easy-to-follow tutorials — all written by our team of industry experts and musicians.
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Excellent magazine. Always look forward to reading the latest issue Reviewed Thursday, May 21, 2020

MusicTech

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 Tuesday, March 24, 2020
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MusicTech

As someone fairly new to "Electronic Music", DAW's, etc., I appreciate the articles, the reviews and the downloads. Reviewed Thursday, February 27, 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 Monday, August 15, 2016

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Very good, but needs to be a mobile edition, bigger text and what not. Also it would benefit from hardware controlls. But all in all very good and affordable. Reviewed Friday, November 23, 2012

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in MusicTech Sep-16.

Editor’s Letter How you should master your music has just changed. Yes, I’m being typically melodramatic to reel you in, but new delivery services like Spotify andiTunes are changing the mastering rule book and we a...
REPORT Bluedot Festival 2016 The three ‘S’s – Space, Science and Synths – collided at Jodrell Bank’s inaugural Bluedot Festival: with interactive gaming, live-coded Algoraves, Jean Michel Jarre’s laser harp, Professor Brian Cox a...
THEMTTEN A brand-new feature in MusicTech’s Studio section where we throw 10 quick questions at a successful producer/musician. This month, DJ Tristan… DJ Tristan’s lavish studio setup in action WHAT IS YOUR B...
Keith Gemmell 1948-2016 We have some sad news this month as our longest serving writer, Keith Gemmell, has died after a long battle with cancer. Keith was in various bands in the 60s before a long stint in Audience, who enj...
Show off your studio (and dog) We’re now seriously impressed by your studios and your pictures of them. Show Off Your Studio via the MusicTech Facebook page and you could take the top slot here (pets in shot certainly help, too!) D...
BACK TO THE FUTURE Regarded by many as the flagship synthesiser of the 80s, the Jupiter-8 from Roland set an interplanetary benchmark. Dave Gale sets course for the Gas Giant of analogue… Like many, I had a slightly unh...