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    Science 101

    Paul White's Leader

    Knowledge is power, so our esteemed Editor In Chief puts the case for a little scientific understanding...

    People Jan 2009
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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    The editorial team play 'Jukebox Jury' with another batch of your submitted tracks.

    People Jan 2009
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    Short Cuts

    People Making Waves With Music Technology

    The first of a new column spotlighting innovators and leading edge appliance of musical technology.

    People Jan 2009
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    Sounding Off

    Mark Wherry

    Sounding Off becomes Sounding On, with a positive stance on the use of technology in musical creativity. No, really!

    People Jan 2009
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    Doug Rogers of EastWest

    Sampling The World

    As they celebrate 20 years in the business, sample library pioneers EastWest are on the verge of relaunching LA's legendary United-Western studio complex. They've also developed an innovative sample-playback engine to power their next generation of virtual instruments.

    People Dec 2008
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    Paul White - Editor In Chief

    Computer Love?

    We're often told that, barring serious illness, the two most stressful things in life are divorce and moving house...

    People Dec 2008
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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk

    People Dec 2008
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    Sounding Off

    Sam Inglis

    Make me a record that sounds worse than My Bloody Valentine, and I'll make you a star.

    People Dec 2008
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    Paul White - Editor In Chief

    In Through The Out DAW

    Leader

    As the recent demise of Tascam's Gigastudio has highlighted, having a piece of software that has been a major part of your life for several years suddenly cease development can be a real wake?up call.

    People Nov 2008
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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk

    People Nov 2008
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    Sounding Off

    Tim Clukey

    Reel to real: the true impact of audio archival processing

    People Nov 2008
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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk

    People Oct 2008
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    Getting paid: why is it so difficult?

    Sounding Off: Tony Platt

    Are some record companies using the 'credit crunch' to delay or avoid paying their bills, or is there more too it?

    People Oct 2008
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    Paul White - Editor In Chief

    Automation For The People

    Paul White's Leader

    If digital cameras can automate more and more functions to make it easier for the layperson to obtain quality results, then why not apply the same thinking to recording gear?

    People Oct 2008
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    Behind The Groove

    Virtual Drum Instrument Developers' Round Table

    More and more music producers are turning to 'virtual drummer' software to help them realise authentic-sounding drum tracks. We caught up with some of the people behind the leading applications, to find out why this new software genre has appeared and how it might develop in the future.

    People Sep 2008
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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk

    People Sep 2008
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    Digital Radio

    Sounding Off

    Could digital radio be better exploited for artists?

    People Sep 2008
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    Paul White - Editor In Chief

    Too Much!

    Paul White's Leader

    Paul asks if it is time to go back to recording basics and focus on your skills?

    People Sep 2008
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    Sounding Off

    Terry Bracey

    Jack of all trades, master of none — the truth of today's music?

    People Aug 2008
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    Paul White - Editor In Chief

    High Fidelity

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    Editor In Chief Paul White compares the hi-fi world to the recording world...

    People Aug 2008
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    Silver Linings

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    SOS Editor In Chief Paul White wonders if the present economic downturn might lead to greater creativity?

    People Jul 2008

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