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July 2013 Magazine Contents

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    Inside Track: Paramore

    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Ken Andrews

    Ken Andrews won a blind shoot-out against some of the biggest names in the mixing world. His prize: the plum job of mixing Paramore’s acclaimed comeback album.

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    Nitin Sawhney: One Zero

    Recording Live To Vinyl

    Vinyl is still the listening format of choice for many consumers. Using it as a recording format is more of a challenge!

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    Playback

    Reader's Music Reviewed

    This month the SOS staff take a listen to Grip-Like Vice, Stus Rollins, Megan Hook & The Bright Forever, Darren Lock and Gerald Krampl.

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    Recording Random Access Memories | Daft Punk

    Peter Franco & Mick Guzauski

    Daft Punk spent four years and over a million dollars on their quest to revisit the golden age of record production. Mick Guzauski and Peter Franco were with them all the way.

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    Sounding Off: Tim Clukey

    The Future Of Vinyl?

    A tale of a dad, his daughter and a hit from the past.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    Mike Senior analyses tracks by Robbie Williams, Swedish House Mafia, Owl City featuring Carly Rae Jepsen, Little Mix and classic mix is Coolio, Gangsta's Paradise.

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    When Less Is More

    Leader

    Editor In Chief, Paul White has some suggestions for 'cabling common sense' !

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