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May 2016 Magazine Contents

SOS (UK Edition) May 2016

Reviews: Focusrite Red 4Pre (Cover), Shure KSM8, RME Babyface Pro, iZotope RX5, Koma Elektronik Komplex.
Techniques: Session Notes: Microphone Positions, Logic Workshop
Features: Welcome To 1979, Inside Track: Justin Bieber's Purpose, iPad Pro Vs Surface Pro.

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

People

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    Mods For Rockers

    Leader

    Today’s electronic keyboard players have a lot going for them that guitar players should envy: no tuning problems, no need for pedal effects ...

    People
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    Peaceful Protest: The PAIX Project

    Recording The Same Song 31 Times

    A project that was started to help unsigned bands show solidarity with victims of the Paris attacks has grown to unite musicians, artists and film-makers from around the world. And it’s not finished yet...

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    Peaceful Protest: The PAIX Project | Media

    Audio files to accompany the article.

    A project that was started to help unsigned bands show solidarity with victims of the Paris attacks has grown to unite musicians, artists and film-makers from around the world. And it’s not finished yet...

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    Sounding Off: The Reward Of Focus

    Will Betts

    The human head was not designed to wear two hats at a time.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    This month Mike comments on work by Lalah Hathaway, Little Big Town, Alabama Shakes and Ghost, plus our Classic Mix, Bonnie Tyler's ‘Total Eclipse Of The Heart’    

    People

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    EVE Studios, Stockport

    Studio File

    When studio owner Martin King left London to move up North, he was swimming against the tide in many ways. However, after six years in operation, the success of EVE Studios in Stockport has justified his decision.

    Music Business
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    Hansa Tonstudio Tour

    Video Feature

    A tour of the legendary Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, including the room where producer Tony Visconti devised and captured the now-mythic three-gated-mic technique for David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’.

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    Hot Metal

    Welcome To 1979 Studios: Direct-To-Disc Recording & Vinyl Plating

    Vinyl is booming, but having it pressed can be slow and unpredictable. Enter a retro-focused Nashville studio with an ambitious business plan...

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    It’s only when you look back that you realise how far you’ve come...

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    Off The Record: Leaked Recordings

    Music & Recording Industry News

    What can studios do to protect themselves when high-profile recordings get leaked?

    Music Business
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