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Music Tech Magazine

Music Tech Magazine

March 2020

Music Tech is the world's most practical music recording and production magazine. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers, software walkthroughs for all the key packages, Ten Minute Master guides to technologies and techniques, and the very latest product software news and reviews.

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Bandlab UK Limited
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1 min.
the musictech experts

MATTHEW MANN Matthew has been making music since the age of 5, he recieved a masters in music production from Berklee College of Music in 2010. A pro Studio One user, he took on the editorship of StudioOne.Experts and also runs the StudioOne.London Instagram account. 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 has…

1 min.
music tech magazine

BANDLAB UK LIMITED Suite 7, Riverside Court Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3DZ Tel +44 (0)1225 461932 EDITORIAL MANAGING EDITOR Andy Price ART EDITOR John Thackray FEATURES EDITOR Will Betts PRODUCTION EDITOR Tom Phipps MULTIMEDIA EDITOR Alex Holmes STAFF WRITER Sam Willings Have a story? Email us at editors@musictech.net 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 UK COUNTRY DIRECTOR, & HEAD OF STRATEGY & PARTNERSHIPS (EMEA) Holly Bishop AVP, WEB TECHNOLOGIES Laurent Le Graverend AVP, COMMS & PARTNERSHIPS Lauren Hendry Parsons SENIOR MANAGER, BRAND STRATEGY Krystle Hall MANAGER, CONTENT STRATEGY Iliyas Ong SUBSCRIPTIONS & BACK ISSUES magazines.bandlabtechnologies.com TEL +44 (0)1371 851 882 EMAIL support@musictech.net…

4 min.
dvd on your dvd…

Subliminal Atmospheres Our lead pack of royalty-free loops this month utilises a unique plug-in called PaulXStretch, which is an updated version of Paul’s Extreme Time Stretch. This effect allows you to dramatically stretch a sound (think more like a thousand times longer as opposed to doubling in length), which can turn any piece of audio into an evocative, ambient soundscape. Sound designer Richard James has used various sound sources, including airports, pianos, whale noises, voices, guitars, synths, drums, effects, and forest sounds to create a pack of 100 slowly evolving, cinematic textures. Size 966 MB Format 24-bit/44.1kHz WAV. Future Bass Kits This pack from Equinox Sounds includes three construction kits that blur the boundaries between trap, hip-hop and future bass, with powerful sounds inspired by artists like San Holo, Xan Griffin, MiTiS and more.…

19 min.
new year new gear

The annual NAMM show has always been a very big deal for us here at MusicTech. Not only does the show allow us to get out of our office and see the industry face-to-face, but we also have the chance to get hands-on with a mountain of new music technology products, get some sneak previews of the next twelve months of releases and also see how the latest technological innovations are being applied to the next generation of music-making gear. In this feature we’ve compiled just some of the hundreds of new items that caught our eye at the show; these are the new products that made us go weak at the knees and look like they’re going to signifcantly change the way we make music—or just be a hell…

5 min.
ørjan nilsen

Ørjan Nilsen is a Norwegian producer and DJ best known for his driving and anthemic trance sound and his breakthrough tracks in 2005 and 2006 for Armada Music under his DJ Governor alias. A successful debut solo album came in 2011 before a whole host of solo releases, remixes and a further three studio albums. Constantly working with some of the most renowned electronic music labels in the world, Ørjan’s talent for studio production and sound design has allowed him to easily straddle house, tech, techno and more, and his fusion, big-room sound has seen him become a regular at the biggest clubs and festivals on the planet. We caught up with Ørjan in his home studio in Kirkenes, Norway, to find out more about his first steps into the…

5 min.
tutorial ørjan’s slick bass sound guide

01 First, we’ll have to find ourselves a VST. I’ve chosen Sylenth for this one. Now, one of the oscillators should be a sinus wave. Choose the sinus wave, then change the pitch envelope on it. What you want to do is add a little bit of envelope on the plus side on the pitch envelope. All should be down at this point. Attack, decay, sustain, release should all be down. The only thing to use right now is the decay button because that one is going to give us the attack and the speed of the attack. Increase the one a little bit until you hear a nice little knock and, if it’s too much, then turn down the pitch envelope amount. 02 Now put it through a filter envelope, also…