This month we review to music from Young Peculiar, The Situation, Vincent Pierce Smith & Karttikeya, Mark Barnwell and Christian Gregory.
SOS reader Paul Wavell discribes his journey through the history of Apple computers from the Lisa to iPad.
This month we comment on releases from Testing Tomorrow, Clemistry & Audnoyz and Emiliano Cannavò.
The creative process is about serendipity, spontaneity, accident and chance. It’s about defying convention, standards and the dreaded ‘best practice’.
I'm writing this column in January just before setting off for the NAMM show in California, which is perhaps the highlight of...
This month tracks from Jason Derulo, Martin Garrix, Eminem and our Classic Mix: The Beatles' Yesterday from 1965.
What does the world of sports broadcasting offer the budding sound engineer?
The pace of change in music technology can be scary, so let's be thankful for the one constant.
Ask pretty much any musician planning to make a record what mastering is all about and they'll probably include 'making it sound loud' as one of the more important mastering tasks.
The world is full of products that promise to make our music better. But will clients or audiences notice the difference?
This month we comment on releases from Seth Lakeman and The Cuckoo Clocks
Management speak is taking over the world.
This month we analyse hits from Storm Queen, The Reflektors and Lorde plus our classic mix 'Roxanne' by the The Police.
The Mix Review in Sound On Sound This month we analyse hits from Biffy Clyro, Armin Van Buuren and Duke Dumont, and take a look back at a classic mix, Sinead O’Connor’s version of “Nothing Compares 2 U”, from 1990.
I'm going to let you into a secret that could put our entire industry out of business — but trust me, that won't happen...
We all want our names to be associated with famous TV programmes, right? Well, it depends what they're famous for...
Joe Matera, Obsidian Kingdom, The Flickers.
Have cheap delivery formats destroyed music's value?
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.
Life as a jobbing musician has always been tough, but at least the risk of drowning isn't quite as high these days.
Whatever your political views, 'Obamacare' can only be a good thing for musicians and engineers.
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