Editor In Chief Paul White asks "Should Plug-In 'vintage effects' offer something different?"
Stupidity is annoying, but at least it’s only a distraction. Isn’t it?
Producer Simon Gogerly talks about the trend of worshipping vintage studio gear.
We examine the production of some recent hits from PSY, Mumford & Sons, Devlin and go back to 1996 classic track 'Killing Me Softy' by The Fugees.
Editor In Chief, Paul White tells all.
It’s time media composers stood up for themselves — and their art.
This month we feature: Straw Bear, The Neo-Kalashnikovs, Ken Nicol, Gibson, Gillie Nicholls, The Star Fields and Christopher Holland.
Write, record and release a song today!
This month Mike Senior discusses Kanye West, Jake Bugg, Amy Macdonald, Plan B and ABBA.
Recent Q&A seminars with readers have proved enlightening...
TV composers usually work at a safe distance, but you can’t beat the excitement of a big live spectacular.
Silken Ladders, Rake Wickman, 21st Sentry, Angels In Architecture, Cat & Cage, Al Fleeman, Music To Drive Tanks To, Jon Durant.
Music is not the universal language. You’re thinking of Esperanto.
We examine the production of some recent hit records by Alex Clare, DJ Fresh, Wiley, Cheryl, Loreen and The Saturdays.
Paul White discusses how the App market is driving software and hardware development away from the pro-end.
There are times when practical considerations outweigh artistic judgements. Especially when there’s a war on.
This month: Jaffa Road, Admiralty Wireless, Quiet Rebellion, The Draymin, Captain Horizon, Uncle Wally & Uncle Steve and Papadosio
Why are manufacturers constantly opening up new fronts in the loudness war?
This month Mike considers tracks from Rihanna, Marina and the Diamonds, Conor Maynard and Train.
Paul White's thoughts on what the difference is these days between project studio and professional studios.
A modern media composer’s repertoire needs to encompass everything from fugues to farmyard noises.
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