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October 2012 Magazine Contents

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

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    Blinded By Nostalgia?

    Leader

    Editor In Chief, Paul White questions vintage gear plug-ins.

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    Jeff Bhasker on mixing ‘We Are Young’

    Inside Track | Secrets Of The Mix Engineers

    Jeff Bhasker doesn’t usually mix his own productions or work with indie-rock bands. With Fun, he did both — and created a worldwide hit.

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    Owl City

    Adam Young & Robert Orton: Producing & Mixing The Midsummer Station

    Making music used to be a solitary, nocturnal pursuit for Adam Young, aka Owl City. Now, it’s his day job — and there are co-workers involved.

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    Playback

    Readers' Music Reviewed

    Milk-Plus, Animation, The Badje, Caution Horses, Damien Calcagne, Jack Jeffery, Black Storm, Matteo Bosi.

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    Reverse Engineering

    Guy Sigsworth, Chris Elms & Joe Chiccarelli: Recording & Re-recording Alanis Morissette

    We’re used to hearing rock albums reworked by electronic producers — but Alanis Morissette chose to do things the other way around...

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    Sounding Off

    Producer / Orchestrator Onno Krijn asks the question.

    Need more space? Lose the cymbals!

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    We examine the production of some recent releases from Paul McCartney, The Maccabees and Fun.

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Music Business

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    EastWest Studios, Los Angeles

    Studio File

    In 2006, Bill Putnam's famous United Western studio complex on West Sunset Boulevard was re-opened as the EastWest Studios retaining much of it's original acoustic design.

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    When TV composers talk about archiving, they usually mean backing up their hard drives.

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    Off The Record

    Music & Recording Industry News

    Live music is more important to the industry than ever before, but there’s no reason for traditional recording studios to feel left out by this trend...

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