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How can you ensure that your library music hits the spot? What better way to find out than to ask the people who buy it!
This remarkable French studio lay dormant for over a decade before being reborn...
Successful library music writers are efficient, productive and reliable as well as musical — all skills you can develop too.
Digital storage has been revolutionary — but the consequences of mishandling it can be severe.
The competitors you need to worry about are the ones you haven’t heard of. Yet...
Possibly the oldest independent studio in the world, Vox was built in 1936, and its layout served as the template for the celebrated Gold Star Studios.
We saw last month that library music can provide composers with a good income. This month, we explain how that income is generated.
Automation is a double-edged sword...
We’d all love to work with the LSO at Abbey Road. But if we don’t have the budget, are we betraying British musicians by looking overseas?
What’s in a name? A lot — if you play your cards right.
Pretentious hairy people have influenced the world of art in more ways than you might expect.
Production music is rarely glamorous, but it can be very lucrative. In the first of a major new series, we explain how to get your foot in the door.
The English county of Wiltshire is home to many sites of historical importance, including the stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury. Less ancient, but of much larger significance to the global recording community, is Real World Studios.
As expectations for live performances increase, the line between stage and studio engineering blurs.
With a floor space of over 500 square metres, spread across three rooms, Grande Armée is among the largest recording studios in the world, and certainly is one of the most spacious in France.
Being precious about your artistic sensibilities is all very well — as long as you don’t mind no-one ever hearing your music.
The secret of success is to deal with failure in the right way. Which is easier when your failures don’t cost thousands of innocent lives.
Not many recording studios can boast a history more than a century long. And although Emil Berliner Studios are no longer located in their original site, their story is inseparably linked to some major milestones in the history of recording.