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June 2014 Magazine Contents

SOS (UK Edition) June 2014

 

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

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    A Dark Future

    Leader

    When computers first came on the scene, many musicians were scared away by the apparent complexity and retreated to their cassette Portastudios.

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    Inside Track: sci‑fi movie Divergent

    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Junkie XL & Alan Meyerson

    With thumbprint data security and track counts in the thousands, the scoring process for sci‑fi movie Divergent was close to science fiction itself!

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    John Congleton: Engineer & Producer

    From Baroness, R. Kelly, Explosions In The Sky to St. Vincent, Swans and Xiu Xiu

    Producer and engineer John Congleton has worked on anything and everything — the more unfamiliar, the better!

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    Playback

    Readers' music reviewed

    This month albums from Ad Asteris, Glass Ankle, Pierre Shlimon, Marvin B Naylor, The Evolutionaries, Kenwood Anderson and As Follows.

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    Sounding Off

    John Walden has his say!

    In defence of the iPad.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month featuring 'Pompeii' by Bastille, 'Let It Go' by Idina Menzel, 'Strong' by London Grammar and the most classic of classic tracks from 1971, Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway To Heaven'.

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    The TouchKeys Project

    DIY Retro-fit Touch-Sensitivity System

    We investigate an experimental system that promises to retrospectively add Yamaha CS80-style expression control to any keyboard.

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Music Business

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