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Music Tech Focus

issue 51

Music Tech Focus is the high quality, single package or process, special edition series from the Music Tech team. Each issue takes a leading music production software package or key technique, and dedicates 132 pages to giving the reader practical, hands-on information to better master that subject. Music Tech Focus takes the very best of Music Tech's normal software or technique coverage, and adds brand new workshops, interviews and hardware round-ups to give readers the complete guide to that subject.

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Bandlab UK Limited
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the musictech experts

ANDY JONES Editor At Large Andy has an MA in Music Technology and has been writing about it for 25 years. He has launched and edited several magazines in the subject and was Editor of MusicTech for four years. Naturally, he has far too many synthesisers. DAVE GALE Dave is an award-winning orchestrator, media composer and producer, with a passion for synths and modulars in all their forms, whether software, hardware, vintage or modern. Dave is MusicTech’s resident Eurorack expert, as well as a soundtrack composer. ALEX HOLMES Alex has been an electronic musician for many years and has a passion for beats, bass and all forms of electronic music. He’s currently involved with three different dance-music projects. Alex creates our sample-filled DVD each month. MARTIN DELANEY Martin was one of the first UK Ableton-Certified Trainers. He…

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welcome to logic pro 2020!

This is, quite simply, the best-ever edition of MusicTech, completely dedicated to Logic Pro. Not only do we have more workshops than ever dedicated to Apple’s incredible DAW, but we’ve managed to secure a world exclusive: a complete video course dedicated to Logic! This extraordinary resource – on the DVD that comes with this issue – comprises 30 videos offering a complete guide to Logic Pro, from starting out and setting up, to finishing your tunes. It’s easily the best set of tutorials we’ve ever given away! Back to the issue in hand and there’s even more Logic joy to be had. Those workshops start on p6 with a complete guide to the free Logic video course, but then ramp up from pages 18 to 95 with no fewer than a…

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music tech focus

EDITORIAL MANAGING EDITOR Andy Price EDITOR AT LARGE Andy Jones ART EDITOR John Thackray FEATURES EDITOR Will Betts PRODUCTION EDITOR Owen Bailey MULTIMEDIA EDITOR Alex Holmes SALES BUSINESS DEV. MANAGER Di Marsh di.marsh@musictech.net PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS PUBLISHING PRODUCTION MANAGER Craig Broadbridge PRINT William Gibbons & Sons Ltd DISTRIBUTION Marketforce (UK) Ltd BANDLAB TECHNOLOGIES CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Meng Ru Kuok CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Ivan Chen AVP, WEB TECHNOLOGIES Laurent Le Graverend AVP, COMMS & PARTNERSHIPS Lauren Hendry Parsons SENIOR MANAGER, BRAND STRATEGY Krystle Hall MANAGER, CONTENT STRATEGY Iliyas Ong…

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your free video course on logic pro

Welcome to the first of many workshops in Logic Pro 2020, MusicTech’s special annual issue completely dedicated to Apple’s amazing DAW. This year, we have completely pulled the stops out and filmed an entire tutorial series on Logic for you to digest, and it’s given away free on the DVD with this very issue. It’s such a fantastic course that we’re presenting some highlights over the next few pages so that you can either enjoy it on film, or as a standard MusicTech step-by-step music-software workshop. THE ALL-NEW LOGIC COURSE This workshop was put together by MusicTech’s Chris Barker and features Logic expert Jono Buchanan running through the software in detail, taking you through the first steps right to your final song. The video series starts right at the beginning, with an overview…

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10 tips to make your music more interesting (or how to turn off the turn-offs)

1 Don’t just loop DAWs are great for looping, right? It’s really their ‘thing’ and what makes arranging your tunes so darned easy. Just hit Cmd-R, enter a number and there you have it: a complete tune! But if you want musical interest, then you can’t simply loop and loop; you have to add some variation. Even in the world of four-four dance music, where loops are the bread and butter of repetitive beats, the best tunes have something to lift them. This might be as simple as adding an extra kick or snare (or subtracting one) in your beats, every four bars, or just changing the note in a bassline when people least expect it. Even changing a simple note velocity can have a dramatic effect, so get into the…

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create classic studio sounds

In the world of music-making, looking backwards rather than forwards is by no means a bad thing. Guitarists have been using classic-gear designs from Fender, Marshall and Gibson – to name but three – for decades. Yet it’s only in the past few years that producers and engineers of all levels have had access to the pioneering studio-hardware designs that defined music from the 1950s, 60s and 70s onwards. Time was, if you wanted a classic Neve sound, you would have to hunt down original units, often costing astronomical amounts of money – especially in mint condition. Now you can buy an authentic reissue of the 1073 Mic Preamp & Equaliser from Neve, or take your pick from affordable similar products from Warm Audio, Golden Age Project and Black Lion Audio,…

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