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November 2016 Magazine Contents

SOS (US Edition) November 2016

Reviews: Slate Digital Virtual Microphone System, Spitfire Audio Hans Zimmer Piano, Soundbrenner Pulse, JBL Eon One, Tascam DR-680 MkII, Dynaudio LYD 5 & 8, Orchestral Tools Solo Strings.

Technique: Session Notes, Studio SOS.

Features: Dan Smith & Mark Crew: Producing Bastille’s Wild World, Choosing A Compact PA System, Inside Track: David Reitzas, Agnes Obel: Producing Citizen Of Glass.

Reviews

Techniques

Sound Advice

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    Agnes Obel

    Producing Citizen Of Glass

    The challenge of creating a glass-themed sound world for her third album led Agnes Obel to explore some little-used instruments and techniques.

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    Bastille

    Dan Smith & Mark Crew: Producing Wild World

    Like their debut, Bastille’s Wild World was recorded in a South London basement — but this time around, the band were global superstars.

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    Cost Vs Value

    Leader

    While home recording has become much less costly in recent years, there are still some expensive items on most people’s wish lists. So how do you work out what to splash out on when budget is an issue?

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    Sounding Off: Cinema's Lazy FX

    Michael Greenhalgh

    Private Wilhelm: screaming through cinema’s lazy history of sound effects.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed

    Kungs Versus Cookin’ On 3 Burners • Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber • Blossoms • Beyoncé • Classic Mix: The Sex Pistols ‘God Save The Queen’

    People

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    Atlantico Blue, Lisbon

    Studio File

    After almost two years of construction, overseen by architect Marcelo Tavares, the studio opened in early 2012 in a purpose-built facility, conceived as a multicultural space where people from all over the world can feel inspired.

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    Despite great progress elsewhere in the TV business, music for the media is still overwhelmingly dominated by men. Why?

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    Off The Record: Studio Attractions

    Music & Recording Industry News

    The rise of the studio as a tourist attraction might seem a little crass — but if it helps to pay the bills...

    Music Business
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