Does the public actually listen to music any more, or do they simply hear it?
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With the FM radio frequencies under threat from the UK government's planned sell-off, is DAB coverage and quality really good enough to replace it?
In this screen-driven world, it's easy to forget that we have ears with which to make quality judgements...
More readers' tracks get the Juke Box Jury treatment from the SOS crew. Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk
Will the recession have music going for a song?
Paul White proffers more thought-engaging words.
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The end of the iPod era?
Sage words from SOS Editor-In-Chief Paul White.
The editorial team audition another crop of your submitted tracks.Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk
Should a problematic dongle be allowed to cause such grief in this day and age?
Editor-In-Chief Paul White likes dreaming up April Fool's blue-sky products, but with the unveiling of MOTU's Volta and Microsoft's Songsmith, fact is indeed becoming stranger than fiction!
The editorial team audition another crop of your submitted tracks.
What can we do to save ourselves from the misery and bathos of 21st century culture? Simple: hide in the past.
Paul White shares his personal views.
In their quest for that elusive 'X' factor, the editorial jury don their sequined jackets and audition another batch of your submitted tracks.
Does the music download business have a future?
Paul White suggests some recession-friendly tips to improve your studio.
The editorial team play 'Jukebox Jury' with another batch of your submitted tracks.
Multi-gigabyte sample libraries are now very much a part of the modern studio — but does bigger always mean better?
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