Mixing a band like Goldfrapp is challenging enough — but when you add an orchestra, a 50–piece choir and a notoriously tricky venue, things really start to get interesting.
This month we examine some recent hits by Pentatonix, Ed Sheeran, Pink Floyd and Mark Ronson. Plus our Classic Mix, Survivor's Eye Of The Tiger.
We caught up with the man who’s spent nearly half a century in charge of live sound for one of the biggest bands in the world.
The transition from rock to pop isn't always easy — unless you're Matt Rad. We talk drum recording, Eric Valentine and how to stay relevant in this exclusive video interview.
Few have contributed as much to the technology behind rock & roll as Charlie Watkins and his company, WEM. We celebrate the life of one of audio’s great inventors.
One of the most powerful of last year’s World War One centenary projects came from an unexpected source: legends of industrial music Einstürzende Neubauten.
We examine the production of some recent hits to help you brush up on your listening skills.
Watch our exclusive 22 minute video interview with award-winning British producer Paul Epworth talking about his North London studio.
Mix engineer David Wrench has the rare ability to bring discipline to experimental projects, without losing their leftfield...
Mix engineer David Wrench has the rare ability to bring discipline to experimental projects, without losing their leftfield qualities.
This month's tracks from Clean Bandit, Oliver Heldens, Meghan Trainor, Barbra Streisand and our Classic Mix Bill Haley & His Comets Rock Around The Clock.
Forty years on, one of the most famous tours in history is now the basis of an epic live album.
The Black Keys have built a career on a shared love of studio experimentation.
We examine the production of some recent hits to help you brush up on your listening skills. Lilly Wood, Taylor Swift, George Ezra and our Classic Mix is Mariah Carey 'Without You'.
This month brush up on your listening skills with Kiesza, Rita Ora, Duke Dumont, Kaiser Chefs and Mr Probz. Plus our Classic Mix - Santana's Smooth featuring Rob Thomas.
From humble beginnings, Joey Sturgis has become a leading producer in the highly technical metalcore scene.
This month we're listening to Coldplay, Sam Smith, Paolo Nutini and our Classic Mix is Elvis Presley 'Hound Dog' from 1956.
Despite having mastered sample manipulation and digital editing, Metronomy's Joseph Mount felt there was something missing — so he went cold turkey on computers...
The dazzling world of South Korean pop music confuses many Westerners — but Denmark's Thomas Troelsen has become one of its leading producers and songwriters.
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