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    Sounding Off: Vintage Synths

    Andy Foster

    Why are we still in love with vintage synths when all they do is break our hearts?

    People Feb 2005
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    Business End: February 2005

    MPG Producers Evaluate Readers' Tracks

    Listen online to the tracks whilst reading what some Music Producers Guild members think of the latest collection of SOS reader recordings.

    People Feb 2005
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    Demo Doctor: February 2005

    Reader Recordings Analysed

    Think your own music is good? Listen to these tracks from SOS readers and see whether you agree with the good Doctor's prognosis...

    People Feb 2005
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    Business End: January 2005

    Readers' Tracks Assessed

    Read what the MPG (Music Producers Guild) jury thought of the latest collection of SOS readers' submitted recordings.

    People Jan 2005
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    Crosstalk: Your Communications

    Readers' Writes

    Responses to recent articles from SOS readers.

    People Jan 2005
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    Demo Doctor: January 2005

    Reader Recordings Analysed

    Think your own music is good? Listen to these tracks from SOS readers and see whether you agree with the good Doctor's prognosis...

    People Jan 2005
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    Paul White.

    Remake Remodel

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    Editor-in-Chief Paul White reveals the thinking behind his recent personal studio clearout/refit.

    People Jan 2005
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    Sounding Off: Dumbing Down

    Ben Duncan

    Is 'dumbing down' creating a crisis in the pro-audio manufacturing industry?

    People Jan 2005
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    Crosstalk: Your Communications

    Readers' Writes

    Responses to recent articles from SOS readers...

    People Dec 2004
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    Demo Doctor

    Reader Recordings Analysed

    Think your own music is good? Listen to these tracks from SOS readers and see if you agree with the good Doctor's prognosis...

    People Dec 2004
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    Paul White.

    Servant Or Master?

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    Is the increasing use of digital music downloads starting to take effect on the art of mastering?

    People Dec 2004
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    Sounding Off: iCatch-22

    Paul Ireson

    The UK's iTunes Music Store customer service did not impress one SOS reader...

    People Dec 2004
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    Crosstalk: Your Communications

    Readers' Writes

    Replies to more of your emails, faxes and letters.

    People Nov 2004
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    Paul White.

    Keeping Hardware Alive

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    Editor In Chief, Paul White, believes that if the manufacturers of studio hardware outboard equipment still want to be building it in significant numbers in five years' time, then a system similar to the one he proposes in this article is the only thing he can see that will keep them in the game. Read on...

    People Nov 2004
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    Sounding Off: Entry-level Software

    Duncan Williams

    Is entry-level software killing musical creativity?

    People Nov 2004
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    Listen & Learn From Reader Tracks

    Listen to the tracks while you read what the MPG (Music Producers Guild) members thought of the latest batch of SOS readers' submitted recordings.

    People Nov 2004
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    Business End

    Readers' Tracks Evaluated

    Hear the tracks while you read constructive comments from MPG (Music Producers Guild) members who assess the latest batch of SOS readers' submitted recordings.

    People Oct 2004
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    Crosstalk

    Reader Feedback

    Replies to more of your emails, letters and faxes.

    People Oct 2004
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    Paul White.

    All Things Must Pass

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    Editor In Chief Paul White bemoans the ephemeral nature of modern software instruments and wonders what will be the Stradivarius of our time in 300 years...

    People Oct 2004
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    Sounding Off: Your CV

    Paul Bower

    Paul Bower explains why the CV may be more important than you think — even in the music business...

    People Oct 2004
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    Business End

    Readers' Tracks Evaluated

    Hear the tracks while you read constructive comments from MPG (Music Producers Guild) members who assess the latest batch of SOS readers' submitted recordings.

    People Sep 2004

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