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.
What's more humiliating than working for nothing? Jumping through hoops to work for nothing...
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' !
Do we make our own luck, or does our luck make us? Either way, you need to be prepared when opportunity comes along.
This month the SOS staff take a listen to Grip-Like Vice, Stus Rollins, Megan Hook & The Bright Forever, Darren Lock and Gerald Krampl.
A tale of a dad, his daughter and a hit from the past.
Mike Senior analyses tracks by Robbie Williams, Swedish House Mafia, Owl City featuring Carly Rae Jepsen, Little Mix and classic mix is Coolio, Gangsta's Paradise.
Editor-in-Chief, Paul White discusses the click-track!
When clients have an instinctive reaction to the music they’ve commissioned, the original brief often goes out of the window.
Dakhla, Gilli Moon, Matthew Gough, Phre The Eon, Ashley Reaks, Paul Thomas Butterfield, Andy Jones and the Norton Rockets.
Blake McQueen asks the question. Do they really add anything to the album or are they just fillers?
This month, Adele, The Script, Labrinth and for the classic mix we feature Christina Aguilera's, Genie in a bottle.
Paul White considers his annual studio clean-up!
The people who are paying us don’t always notice when we drop the ball — but it’s a matter of pride.
This month we feature: Vadim Mikhailov, Mr Smith, Jeff Lowe, Rough Twist, Kristy Gallacher, Wilderspin and SuperCool-Guy.
How can you build something from nothing when no one tells you anything?
This month's productions: Angel, Simple Plan featuring Sean Paul, Lawson and classic mix AC/DC's Back In Black from 1980.
Editor In Chief Paul White asks "Should Plug-In 'vintage effects' offer something different?"
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