Deutsche Grammophon have launched Stage+, a subscription service that offers classical music livestreams, videos, and new audio releases.
Sennheiser and Neumann have taken part in a immersive audio recording, capturing the Mahler Chamber Orchestra with the aim of creating a virtual reality listening experience.
The Music Theory Cheat Sheet created by musician and producer Sébastien Noël offers an interactive way to study keys, scales, modes, notes, chords, and intervals.
Beatmaker from Soundation is a new online sequencer and sampler which allows users to collaborate in real time via their internet browser.
Epidemic Audio Reference is a new AI search tool running on Google Cloud that analyses user-selected sections of tracks and then provides similar musical suggestions.
Update allows users to export work from their browser straight to Ableton Live software.
The ability to analyse what you’re hearing is a vital skill for audio engineers. SoundGym is a fun way to hone that ability.
Software and hardware goodies to be won, with over 1500 runner-up prizes.
ATK 2 promises faster loading times, more recordings, Spotify integration and more!
Even if some people who hear it loathe your music, there will always be some who adore it. Whether you care about either camp, or just decide to make music to please yourself, is entirely up to you.
The Moog One, the first polyphonic analogue Moog synthesizer in over 30 years has today been...
YamahaSynth have launched a new online community for synthesists to come together and discuss ideas. Yamaha...
Founded in 2017 by musician and music technologist Tim Exile, Endlesss (with three esses) is a new music...
Samplecraze have recently refocused their web site around a host of producer and sound-design video tutorials, with Samplecraze’s founder (and SOS contributor) Eddie Bazil at the helm.
Acustica Audio’s Nebula software is brimful of potential, and this course should help you realise a bit more of it.
We all want to know what the man on the Clapham Omnibus really thinks of our music. Now we can find out — and have his opinions statistically analysed into the bargain.
A new business model for mastering houses allows you to submit tracks via the Web and pay on-line. Last month, we embarked on a unique test of these services. This month: the results are in...
A new business model based around the Internet promises to make professional mastering more convenient — and much more affordable. But is on-line mastering a real alternative or a false economy? We put the UK's leading services to the test.
Mike Simmons concludes his serious on designing and cosntructing a web site by answering some of the mant reader queries received in response to earlier instalments.
Mike Simmons ties up some loose ends with some words on browser compatibility, a look at other Internet music other than Real Audio, and a brief guide to using frames on your site.
Mike Simmons continues his introduction to web design for musicians with a more detailed look at the most important HTML tags, and explains how, when and in what form to use graphics on your site.
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