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May 2014 Magazine Contents

SOS (US Edition) May 2014

 

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    A Helping Hand

    Leader

    I'm writing this column in February, and here in the UK, half the country seems to be flooded — so terms like 'SOS' and 'Rescue' have taken on a far more serious connotation.

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    Classic Tracks: The Blues Brothers 'Everybody Needs Somebody To Love'

    Producer & Engineer: Bob Tischler

    His role as producer of The Blues Brothers soundtrack left Bob Tischler in charge of recording some of the best musicians of the 20th century, while managing conflicting shooting schedules and coping with the day-to-day effects of John Belushi's prodigious cocaine habit.

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    Inside Track: Pharrell Williams "Happy"

    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Leslie Brathwaite

    The biggest hit of 2014 is a triumph of minimalism — and a triumph for mix engineer Leslie Brathwaite.

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    Node

    Flood, Ed Buller, Mel Wesson & Dave Bessell: Recording Node 2

    Consisting of two big-name producers, a Hollywood composer and an academic — plus masses of modular gear — Node are the ultimate synth supergroup.

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    Playback

    Readers' music reviewed

    This month we review to music from Gertrude,Tycho, Richard Pinhas, Daniel Trigger, Contemporary Dead Finnish Music Ensemble, Andrew Maxwell Morris, Michael Lee and Rebecca Shearing. 

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    Polar Bear

    Seb Rochford & Leafcutter John: Recording In Each And Every One

    Jazz quintet Polar Bear have always been musical adventurers, and their latest album extends their experimental philosophy to studio techniques.

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    Sounding Off

    In many ways, there has never been a bigger or better time for dance music.

    Want to be a superstar DJ? Join the queue.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month we discuss tracks from Disclosure, Naughty Boy, Tom Odell and our Classic Mix is Bonnie Raitt's 'I Can't Make You Love Me' from 1991.    

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