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    Easier access to Abbey Road

    Legendary studios upgrade online mastering & mixing services

    The name Abbey Road is synonymous with world-class sound, and now the legendary studios are making access to their...

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    MPG Awards winners receive their gongs

    FKA Twigs, Charlie Andrew, Sylvia Massy among winners

    Producer Charlie Andrew received the top award at last night's annual Music Producers Guild...

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    HHB celebrates 40th anniversary

    Source Distribution parent & recording media brand turns 40

    2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of HHB Communications, which was founded on 1 February 1976...

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    Avid and Focusrite form alliance

    Companies aim to provide best audio interface and DAW experience for PT users

    In years gone by, the names Focusrite and Pro Tools were frequently spoken in the same breath....

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    Track Spark launch $2.99 monthly audio goody bags

    New micro-payment subscription service offers new plug-ins and more

    Track Spark is a brand new company providing a monthly digital goody bag for music producers and composers. For just...

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    SOS December 2015 issue out now

    Ben Folds, The Weeknd + Ableton Push 2 inside

    The December 2015 issue of Sound On Sound is now on sale. 

    As always, the latest issue of ...

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    Roger Glover

    Edited Highlights

    Another successful year for SoundEdit Festival

    Roger Glover and Sir Bob Geldof among those honoured at celebration of music production.

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    Audio Add-ons For Macbook Pro

    Apple Notes

    With little new from Apple for musicians and audio engineers at the recent Macworld and NAMM shows, announcements from other manufacturers will allow Macbook Pro owners to take advantage of more sophisticated audio and DSP hardware while on the road.

    Techniques Mar 2007
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    Modelling Classic Hardware In Software

    Universal Audio's Joe Bryan

    Since Bill Putnam's sons founded Universal Audio anew, the company have become well known for software emulations of old gear, as well as for their hardware recreations of vintage classics. We find out how they go about it...

    Techniques Feb 2005
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    Hard Drive Size

    Cutting Edge

    Hard drives are getting bigger and that can only be good, right? Well, up to a point...

    Techniques May 2004
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    Windows XP Media Center

    Cutting Edge

    With the release in the UK of XP Media Center Edition, Microsoft aim to make Windows PCs a modern equivalent of the radiogram — the heart of a complete music and video home. entertainment system.

    Techniques Dec 2003
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    Layers And Abstractions

    Cutting Edge

    We explore the idea of understanding technology in terms of layers and abstractions, and how this makes it possible for a protocol like MIDI to be communicated via USB, Firewire and even Bluetooth.

    Techniques Jun 2003
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    Reliability Of Hard Drives; Innovative Video-related Products

    Cutting Edge

    We look at the reliability of hard drives and investigate some innovative video-related products from Sony, which could soon be commonplace in the audio world.

    Techniques May 2003
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    The Future Of MIDI & Audio?

    mLAN & Yamaha's 01X Music Production Studio

    With the recent announcement of Yamaha's keenly priced 01X Music Production Studio, it looks as though mLAN, the Firewire-based protocol for multi-channel digital audio and MIDI, might be about to come of age. We take an early look at the new system.

    Techniques May 2003
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    Cutting Edge

    File Formats & The Internet

    There are many reasons why the digital delivery of media hasn't replaced traditional physical methods, but could one reason be that files just aren't very collectable?

    Techniques Feb 2003

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