Plenty of industries use tax incentives to lure customers, but will it work for music production?
Mark Wherry discusses the point.
Recently, I’ve been adapting my studio to create enough space to make videos, with a view to covering review products and recording techniques.
This month we examine some recent hits by Pentatonix, Ed Sheeran, Pink Floyd and Mark Ronson. Plus our Classic Mix, Survivor's Eye Of The Tiger.
Surrendering control of your music is never easy, but supplying stems creates myriad new opportunities for disaster.
Are students too far removed from the nuts and bolts of music-making?
Over the past few years, top audio professionals have been warning of a global music-quality crisis caused by the...
You can find most things in the world of music for television, but don’t look for logic. Or dignity.
This month music from Unto Us, Future Funk Squad and Jeremy Govero.
The area between music and sound design is one worth exploring.
We examine the production of some recent hits to help you brush up on your listening skills.
I could swear that we now have at least three Christmases a year!
It’s hard to make something new. It’s even harder to make something that’s both new and old.
This month we listen to Easychair, Man Bites Zombie, Lukas Creswell-Rost and Lunacybot.
Russ Hepworh-Sawyer asks, 'will auto-mastering eventually produce a result that’s good enough to satisfy the would-be clients of the future?'
This month's tracks from Clean Bandit, Oliver Heldens, Meghan Trainor, Barbra Streisand and our Classic Mix Bill Haley & His Comets Rock Around The Clock.
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