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December 2012 Magazine Contents

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    Classic Tracks: Frank Sinatra ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’

    Producer: Voyle Gilmore • Engineer: John Palladino

    In 1956, Frank Sinatra revived his flagging career with an album that would define the swing sound and go on to become one of the most highly regarded in history. John Palladino, now in his 92nd year, was at the controls...

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    David Kosten

    Producing Bat For Lashes & Everything Everything

    David Kosten is one of the UK’s most sonically adventurous producers, but insists that the song is king — no matter how twisted the recording.

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    Mike Stevens

    Musical Director For The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert

    Mike Stevens has worked with some of the world’s biggest pop acts at countless high-profile live events, including the Queen’s recent Diamond Jubilee concert.

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    Peter Cobbin & Kirsty Whalley

    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: 2012 London Olympics

    Underpinning the biggest spectacle of 2012 London Olympic Games was probably the largest multitrack recording ever made. Just how do you mix a thousand-track project?

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    Playback

    Reader's music reviewed.

    This month's artitsts: Gish, Michael Egan, Rough Citizen, Give Her The Gun, Crumbs For Comfort, Laetoli Steps, Zeni Danussi and Mike King.

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    Sounding Off: David Glasper

    The computer is no more than a passing fad.

    The computer is no more than a passing fad.

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    Spot The Difference

    Leader

    Paul White's thoughts on what the difference is these days between project studio and professional studios.

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Music Business

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    A modern media composer’s repertoire needs to encompass everything from fugues to farmyard noises.

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    Off The Record

    Music & Recording Industry News

    With the future of AM radio in the US hanging in the balance, we take a look at what effect it has had on the music industry over the decades.

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    Sear Sound, New York

    Studio File

    Inside the recording studio where the likes of David Bowie, Lou Reed and Steely Dan made their albums.

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