Music Tech Magazine
Music Tech Magazine is the practical magazine about music recording and production, which is renowned for the way it helps readers improve their understanding and expertise in music technology.
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Future Music brings you the most in-depth reviews by respected industry professionals plus news on all the latest hardware and software releases. We also interview musicians at the cutting edge of technology, and give you all the advice, music and free samples you need to get the most out of your existing set-up and improve your music making.
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Electronic Musician is the #1 magazine in the U.S. for musicians who record and produce music in a home or personal studio environment.
April 2015 Electronic Musician Magazine had a nice article about modular synths. There’s a Studio-66 system on the front cover and a Box-66 on the inside with a write-up about Synthesizers.com.
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April showers bring Songwriter Power in this month’s RECORDING! This special issue focuses on the tools every successful recording songwriter should have handy for capturing ideas and presenting them in the most effective possible ways.
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26 April 2014
The Stone Roses
To celebrate 25 years since the greatest debut album ever, Kevin EG Perry explores how the UK was fertile ground for a cult classic
A History Of Baggy/War Of The Roses
Gavin Haynes follows the genre that exploded in the wake of ‘The Stone Roses’. Simon Jay Catling and John Robb debate the Roses’ influence on today’s Manchester
North Carolina indie label Merge hits its 25th birthday. Laura Snapes runs 25 kilometres to celebrate
Kathleen Hanna & Lauren Mayberry
The Chvrches star meets riot grrrl and The Julie Ruin singer Hanna to discuss feminism, DIY and death
ALSO INSIDE THIS WEEK
How does it feel to be Kurt Cobain?
St Vincent, J Mascis and Deer Tick share their recent onstage experiences…
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26 April 2014
The Emotional Life of Enrique
No topic is off limits as Enrique Iglesias opens up about that strained relationship with Dad, Anna Kournikova, the recent death of his dog, and the pressure to keep building his massive empire
Jason Derulo – Race, identity and those very ripped abs
‘Disappointing’ – The first 100 days of Beats Music
Iggy Azalea, Dana Giacchetto
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28 April 2014
Keith Urban has it all going on these days with his stint on American Idol, recent Academy of Country Music awards and an acclaimed new album, Fuse. Keith talks about those aspects of his life, his upcoming tour and the vocal condition that nearly derailed his career in this Country Weekly exclusive cover story.
“This is the busiest I’ve ever been,” Keith tells Country Weekly, “but the great thing is it’s all music based. I’ve never loved touring and being onstage nearly as much as I do now.”..
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