Back in the era of analogue tape and non-automated analogue mixers, you could walk into any studio and — other than perhaps trying to figure out the patchbay — start recording and mixing.
Do Bakelite knobs have a place in the virtual world?
This month we analyse Bing Crosby's 1947 Christmas classic "White Christmas” as well as a number of contemporary commercial hit record productions.
This month our selection includes albums from Junkfoxx, Retrodog, Marcus Reeves, My Youth, Pete Thomas & The Horns A Plenty, The Wicked Whispers, Into The East and Adamrake.
Is it just me or have today's software GUI designers been turned by the dark side?
Is it about time we got rid of lossy audio formats for music delivery?
This month Draft Punk, Steep Canyon Rangers, Justin Timberlake and Classic Mix album - Chris De Burgh's Lady In Red.
This month we review work from David Youngs, Autocue, Daylight Fireworks, hanna*h*, Bernie, Peter Fitzpatrick and Rubyrough.
Paul White discusses the importance of visionary engineering teams coming up with the next big thing.
This month we comment on music from, Noatak, The Villeins, inFictions, AiO, Spiritual Wardrobe, Ollo, The Chaps, Freddy Frogs and Jens Steinmeyer
What's in a name? A lot, according to some groundbreaking new research...
This month, Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna, Kansas City Choral and the Classic Mix - Motorhead's Ace Of Spades.
I'm writing this just two days after mixing Malvern's West Fest outdoor festival on what must have been one of the hottest...
This months we comment on albums from Teenage China, 87PM, Christopher Libertino, The Emergency, Fingers & Thumbs, The Gluespots, Yoshiko Ohara and Marvin B Naylor.
Why are there so few women in record production and sound engineering? An audio technology graduate offers her view.
This month we discuss Rudimental, Calvin Harris, Taylor Swift and our Classic mix track is 'If I Don't Care' by The Inkspots.
Some years ago, I wrote a leader aimed at anyone thinking of taking a music technology course with a view to getting some kind of industry job at the end of it.
This month we feature 300ft Gorilla, The New Infection and The o8o8 Project.
When it comes down to being paid for your creativity, how much is enough?
This month Mike listens hard to Ellie Goulding, Pink, Sam And The Womp, Katy Perry and the all time classic 'Hotel California' by the Eagles.
Editor In Chief, Paul White has some suggestions for 'cabling common sense' !
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