To help you brush up on your listening skills, we examine the production of some recent hits from Panic! At The Disco, Mabel, Dan + Shay, Kacey Musgraves plus a classic Carpenters mix.
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From ABC to Yes via Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Trevor Horn produced some of the most iconic records of the 1980s. In this feature video, Trevor talks about the art of record production then and now.
Foals' first foray into self-production yielded not one but two albums — but making them wasn't easy!
Live shows are becoming ever more reliant on technology — and the skilled engineers who operate it. Laura Escudé explains how she has helped Kanye West, Jay‑Z and Herbie Hancock realise their live performances.
Prog-rock wunderkind Steven Wilson is using his studio skills to give legendary rock albums a new lease of life.
Catherine Marks trained in one of the world's most demanding professions — then gave it all up to make tea in a studio...
Drum & bass phenomenon Wilkinson tells us how his live show evolved from a simple DJ setup to a seven-piece band.
MsM’s bedroom studio in North London helped put grime on the map. Since then, both engineer and music have gone on to bigger things...
Together with David Guetta, French producer and composer Fred Rister created the hits that made EDM a global phenomenon.
David Guetta is the global superstar who brought EDM out of the underground and into the mainstream.
For his recent tour of the States, synthwave star Seth Haley, aka Com Truise, has had to adapt his complex studio setup to life on the road.
Success as a songwriter didn’t fulfil Niles Hollowell-Dhar, so he reinvented himself as KSHMR to conquer the world of EDM.
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.
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).
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.
The playful, genre-defying sound of Young Fathers reflects an equally unorthodox approach to studio recording.
There are many jobs involved in large-scale touring — and established front-of-house mixer Bryony October has pretty much done them all.
Central to Atlanta’s white-hot rap scene is producer Zaytoven, who brings a West Coast flavour to trap.
When you’re recording a Morrissey album, you need to be ready for anything...