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August 2018 Magazine Contents

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Reviews: PreSonus Studio One 4, Korg ARP Odyssey FS, Vox Continental, Teenage Engineering PO‑33 & PO‑35, ADAM T7V, TK Audio BC1 Ltd, Magix Sound Forge Pro 12, 1010music Toolbox, Universal Audio Helios Type 69, Mytek Liberty DAC, Rob Papen Go2.

Technique: Emile Haynie: Producing Florence + The Machine (Cover), Marta Salogni, Running-In Speakers, Mixing Vocals: Part 2, Inside Track: Bangtan Boys/James F Reynolds,  SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical.

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    Emile Haynie: Producing Florence + The Machine

    The Making Of High As Hope

    For her eagerly awaited new album, Florence Welch teamed up with one of the world’s hottest producers. Emile Haynie and Florence herself describe the making of High As Hope.

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    Less Can Be More

    Leader

    When visiting colleges and universities to talk to students, we’re often surprised by just how many tracks get used in some projects, even when only three or four musicians are involved...

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    Marta Salogni

    Engineer & Producer

    Talent and hard work have taken Marta Salogni from dive bars in Italy to working with A-list mixing and production clients in the UK in less than a decade.

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    The Mix Review

    Commercial Productions Analysed 

    Brush up on your listening skills, as we dissect some hits from a recording and production perspective. This month: Rudimental, George Ezra, Drake, Ariana Grande, plus Classic Mix: Cher ‘Believe’ (1998).

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    Why I Love... Silence

    Sam Inglis

    I love music. Of course I love music. Why else would I make it and record it and listen to it and write about it? But I also love silence...

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    Notes From The Deadline

    TV Music From The Inside

    Who benefits from wordy and expensive contracts in the world of music for media? Not the musician, that’s for sure.

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    Off The Record

    Music & Recording Industry News

    Many still bemoan the demise of the large commercial studio — but what if music itself was to blame?

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