A real labour of love, this neatly-zipped 893MB download file expands to nearly 1GB of data, comprising the 185-page e-book itself, 130 audio files, and 17 associated MP4 video tutorials that in themselves provide a total of 3.5 hours of viewing.
This history of synthesis documentary and album presents the human stories behind the technology that changed the face of electronic music.
This month albums from Kinky Dove, Noah’s Tape, Clarence King & The Regents and the Pete Newman Clarinet Project.
This month we comment on albums by Nick Molyneux, Peter Appleyard and Paul Thomas Butterfield.
Why ‘review’ a record company? Well, I believe that Opus 3 are unique in offering quarter-inch tape copies of their analogue tape masters.
Thanks to iTunes, online music distribution is a reality — but can you really use it to make money from your own music?
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