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April 2010 Magazine Contents

SOS (UK Edition) April 2010.

Cover: Expert Tips On Recording Acoustic Guitar - tips & technique

Reviews: Korg Wavedrum - drum synthesizer, Native Instruments, Abbey Road 60s Drums - sample library, PreSonus Studio One - DAW, Unity Audio The Rock - active monitor.

Technique: Distortion In The Studio - tips & technique, Miles Davis 'Round Midnight' - Classic Tracks.

People + Opinion: Tim Smith & Paul Alexander: Midlake The Courage Of Others - interview, Pat Metheny: Orchestrion - interview, Humberto Gatica: Michael Buble; 'You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You' - Inside Track.

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

People

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    Midlake: Recording The Courage Of Others

    Tim Smith & Paul Alexander

    What do you get when five American jazz musicians lock themselves in the studio with a collection of Steeleye Span albums? Through a series of reinventions, Midlake have won critical applause for their music and plaudits for their self-production skills.

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    Miles Davis ‘Round Midnight’ | Classic Tracks

    Producer: George Avakian • Engineer: Frank Laico

    In 1956, Miles Davis was at Columbia Studios to record an album with the musicians who subsequently became known as his First Great Quintet. Engineer Frank Laico was at the controls...

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    Music: A Human Right?

    Leader

    I tend to avoid politics where possible, as I generally consider that the only qualification a politician needs is the ability...

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    Pat Metheny’s Orchestrion

    Orchestrion Manoeuvres

    Some of the latest advances in electronic music technology have been geared towards acoustic music — played by robots. For his latest album, guitarist Pat Metheny assembled an entire automated orchestra to back him.

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    Playback

    Readers’ Music Reviewed

    Is yours one of this month's tracks to be scrutinised by the editorial team? Click and find out...

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    Sounding Off

    J G Harding

    Its nigh-on impossible to make a profit from music these days, so why do we still do it?

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Music Business

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