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Music Tech Magazine

November 2019

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.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
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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save your money…

It’s pretty much certain that if you’ve bought this magazine, then you will have parted with some of your hard-earned cash on gear for your studio. And let’s be honest, it’s a safe bet you’re not done yet. Unfortunately, our wallets aren’t bottomless, but even though we might think we have to spend ever-increasing fortunes on new tech to enhance our studios, it’s actually far cheaper to branch into the world of free software. In 2019, there are near-mountains of free software available – tailored for each part of the production process. But it can be a time-consuming quest to amass (and test) the right tools for your needs. So in this issue, we’ve rounded up the very best freeware that you can download to create your own free virtual studio. You…

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music tech magazine

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 CONTRIBUTORS Greg Scarth, James Russell, Chris Barker SPECIAL THANKS Neil Mclellan, Matt Jones…

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on your dvd…

Swung Beats Our exclusive pack this month sees sound designer Richard James going lo-fi, with a collection of gritty and heavily swung MPC-style electronic beats. There are 100 loops in total, split into groups of 75, 90, 100 and 110bpm, with plenty of sample layering and detuning, followed by MPC quantise and some nudging off grid to taste. The loops were then run through some extra processing including compression, limiting, parallel compression, distortion and tape saturation to get things sounding nice and crunchy. Size 140MB Format 24-bit/44.1kHz WAV Latin And Reggaeton Kits & Vocals This month’s pack from Equinox Sounds has three instrumental Construction Kits mixed with Spanish male vocals, inspired by hit songs from top reggaeton artists. Each kit is provided with the key and bpm and presented with full mix and component…

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in case you missed it…

SYSTEM UPDATE Just days after the company announced a new collaboration with Ninja Tune on Zen Delay, Erica Synths returns with a brand-new compact modular synth, Pico System III. Continuing from the Pico System II, the goal with this device is to provide modular synthesis at an affordable price – in fact, the System III is less than half the price of its predecessor. It comes available as a desktop unit or as a Eurorack module. One thing to note, however, is that the modules on the System III are not removable, so there’s no option to ‘chop and change’, so to speak; whereas modules on the System II were removable. But, by incorporating more of a ‘back to basics’ approach, the System III attempts to encourage improved creativity with its patching…

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get ready to rumble

Teenage Engineering has debuted Rumble, the second hardware expansion module for the brand’s OP-Z sequencer. The module features an in-built haptic subwoofer, allowing the user to literally feel the lower frequencies of music as it’s played. So-called haptic technology has become a buzzword in music technology – and broader tech. Products such as the Subpac and Basslet give you the sensation of ‘hearing’ low frequencies as they’re translated into vibrations. In a similar vein, the Rumble’s subwoofer makes use of high-def ‘vibrotactile feedback and psychoacoustic technology’ to make it seem as though you’re actually listening to a subwoofer. Besides opening up another sensory dimension, Rumble can also be deployed as a ‘silent metronome’, much like the Soundbrenner Core. This could be a great tool for live performers or recording musicians, who won’t have…

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