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June 2010 Magazine Contents

Cover: Recording Bands Outside The Studio

Reviews: Shiny Box 46MX - ribbon microphone, Yamaha CP1 - stage piano

Technique: Does Your Studio Need A Digital Master Clock?

People + Opinion: Tommy James & The Shondells 'Crimson & Clover' - Classic Tracks, Phil Thornalley (Torn): Rock Producer To Pop Songwriter - interview, Steven Wilson: Recording & Marketing Porcupine Tree - interview, David R Ferguson: Johnny Cash American VI - Inside Track

Video Media:  Zoom HQ3 - handheld audio & video recorder, Recording Musicians' Guide To Making A Music Video - feature

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

People

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    From Start To Finish

    Paul White's Leader

    What is the point of investing hard-won money into quality mics, preamps and so-forth, if your recording room's acoustics are letting the side down and colouring your mixes?

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    Phil Thornalley: Torn

    From Rock Producer To Pop Songwriter

    Phil Thornalley learned his trade as a rock engineer and producer in the 80s. Then he co-wrote a little-known song called Torn...

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    Playback

    Readers’ Music Reviewed

    Find out how to use our SoundCloud.com account to submit your review tracks to SOS.

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    Porcupine Tree

    Steven Wilson: Recording & Marketing Porcupine Tree

    Every new Porcupine Tree album sells over a quarter of a million copies. And with founder Steven Wilson in control of everything from songwriting to shrink-wrapping, theres no middle man to take a cut. Read his valuable advice for SOS readers wishing to do likewise...

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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: David R Ferguson

    Inside Track: Johnny Cash | American VI: Ain’t No Grave

    Sometimes the simplest-sounding music takes the most work to get right, and so it was with Johnny Cashs posthumous hit album American VI: Aint No Grave. Engineer and mixer David R Ferguson was on hand at every stage of Rick Rubins production.

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    Sounding Off: Nell McLeod

    For Folk's Sake...

    Fully-matured adults openly sniggering at the F-word has riled our Columns Editor, Nell. Read on to find out why...

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    Tommy James & The Shondells ‘Crimson & Clover’ | Classic Tracks

    Producer: Tommy James • Engineer: Bruce Staple

    In 1968, Tommy James made a dramatic stylistic turnaround, swapping bubblegum pop for full-blown psychedelic rock. The result was the superlative single Crimson & Clover.

    People

Music Business

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    How to get ahead in the business? Honour thy deadlines, have no other gods before work, and dont commit murder unless theres a particularly juicy commission at stake.

    Music Business
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