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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month: Grace • Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust Choir • Jamie Lawson • Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra • Classic Mix: The Prodigy ‘Breathe’ (1997)

    People Mar 2016
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    Soldering On

    Leader

    You’ll find  your studio installation starts to look a whole lot tidier if you’re able to make up cables of the correct length.

    People Feb 2016
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    Sounding Off: Ed Heaton

    Why do independent releases get such little play on BBC Radio?

    The BBC should open its playlists to independent artists.

    People Feb 2016
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    Tracks from Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Sam Smith, Dr. Dre and our Classic Mix, Lionel Richie 'Hello'

    People Feb 2016
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    In Praise Of Imperfection

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    It’s rare to pick up a popular magazine these days without seeing photographs of people and products airbrushed to a level that’s arguably beyond perfection.

    People Jan 2016
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month we discuss tracks from Hilary Hahn, Drake, Adele and Rachel Platten. Plus, our Classic Mix: The Kinks 'You Really Got Me' (1964). 

    People Jan 2016
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    Sounding Off: David Abernethy

    Synthesizers: why vintage will always be king.

    People Jan 2016
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    The Art Of Convenience

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    There are many benefits to modern recording technology, but for our Editor In Chief one of the greatest remains the sheer convenience of being able to open a project and pick up exactly where he last left off.

    People Dec 2015
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    Sounding Off: Derivative Movie Sound Design?

    Michael Greenhalgh

    Tired of derivative movie sound design? Console yourself...

    People Dec 2015
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    Thank you to all our readers over the last 30 years...

    You are in good company!

    We asked dozens of professional mixers, producers, designers and audio engineers to tell us what Sound On Sound magazine means to them.

    People Nov 2015
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    30 Years Of Sound On Sound

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    It’s hard to believe that Sound On Sound is now 30 years old! When the magazine started in 1985 MIDI was still a new technology, but software sequencers sync’ed to tape via SMPTE were soon to change the landscape of recording beyond recognition...

    People Nov 2015
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    Sounding Off: Chris Korff

    Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be

    SOS Reviews Editor Chris Korff tackles the 80s!

    People Nov 2015
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month we feature Walk The Moon, Jason Derulo, Jack featuring Justin Bieber, Tinie Tempah, Muse and our Classic Mix: Glenn Gould, Bach’s ‘The Goldberg Variations’  

    People Nov 2015
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    Forward To The Past

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    In any area of technology, the only thing that you can depend on being consistent is the presence of change.

    People Oct 2015
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    Sounding Off: With Festivals, Bigger Isn’t Better

    Alex Millar

     Alex Millar is currently working as a stage manager at festivals throughout the UK.

    People Oct 2015
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month, Years & Years, Labrinth, Galantis, Fetty Wap, Major Lazer & DJ Snake and Classic Mix, Alanis Morissette 'Ironic'.

    People Oct 2015
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    Disc Assessment

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    Ever since audio recording was invented the recordings themselves have been tied to a physical format that, despite its physical failings, has given us some kind of psychological reassurance in the longevity of those recordings.

    People Sep 2015
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month's selection includes: Philip George, OMI, Wiz Khalifa, James Bay, Sia and the Classix Mix - Shania Twain ‘You’re Still The One’.

    People Sep 2015
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    Sounding Off: Robin Bigwood

    Better gear always equals better recordings. Doesn’t it?

    Location sound recordist Robin Bigwood offers an insight.

    People Sep 2015
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    Testing Testing

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    Paul White discusses the differences between what measures well on test equipment and what sounds good.

    People Aug 2015
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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month's selection include Ellie Goulding, Beck, The Book Thief soundtrack from John Williams, Jess Glynne and that all time classic mix, James Brown 'I Got You (I Feel Good)'.

    People Aug 2015

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