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Computer Music October 2018

Computer Music's goal is to help its readers create great music with a PC or Mac. Each month find easy-to-follow tutorials for all sorts of music software, unbiased reviews of the latest products and answers to technical questions. Our Zinio edition does not include the DVD but it DOES INCLUDE the full software, samples and tutorial files to download. Full details inside. Download does not include Producer Masterclass in-studio video. This digital edition is not printable.

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Back in October 1998, the first issue of Computer Music hit the shelves, “giving you the software and the knowhow to make music now.” Two decades later, and here we are… yep, cm is 20 years old this issue! Today’s computers are light years ahead of those primitive beige boxes, and music software has now overtaken studio hardware in terms of convenience and power. And we’ve been here every step of the way, showing computer musicians how to make fantastic tunes using the latest tools and techniques. “How will we create music in the year 2038?” Issue 01 of cm also set a new benchmark with the inclusion of an interactive CD-ROM packed with full software, exclusive samples and tutorial files – a winning formula indeed! The idea of a plugin sonically outperforming…

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how to use cm

We’ve got a new system for downloading files. Whenever you see this icon, you can grab the files on your PC or Mac by going to filesilo.co.uk/computermusic. Tutorials featuring this icon make use of our own cm Plugins – find out all about them on p107. This icon means there are extra files to help you follow a tutorial feature: project files, audio examples, etc. There’s extra video content wherever you see this icon. www.computermusic.co.uk computermusic@futurenet.com www.facebook.com/computer.music.mag www.twitter.com/computermusicuk www.youtube.com/computermusicmag…

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your filesilo downloads

Plugins Download Violet CM, plus the rest of our CM Plugins collection Samples Download this month’s exclusive packs and power up your tunes Tutorial Videos See and hear exactly how it’s done with our expert video guides Tutorial Files Follow along in your DAW with WAVs, project files, MIDI clips and more Log in at www.filesilo.co.uk/computermusic Register this issue for instant access to our plugins, samples, videos and files on your desktop computer Free for digital readers, too! Read on your tablet, download on your computer…

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Secure and safe online access, from anywhere Free access for every reader – print and digital Download only the files you want, when you want All the downloads from all your issues, in one place Get started 01 Register your FileSilo account and log in. Even if you have a subscriber ID, you’ll still have to unlock each mag separately or migrate your old Vault account (see step 3) 02 Head back to the Computer Musicpage (filesilo.co.uk/computermusic) and choose an issue to unlock. You’ll need to answer one question to prove you’ve purchased the issue 03 You can migrate your old Vault account over to FileSilo to retain the issues you’ve added – head to filesilo.co.uk/vault and enter your Vault email address. Reset your password via the email you receive, and log in!…

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NEXT-LEVEL MASTERING Unlock cutting-edge techniques with our six-part video course Read the full article on p22 1 Setting up a mastering session 2 Mastering EQ: minimum vs linear phase and M/S 3 Fixing premaster issues with dynamics processing 4 Saturating the master bus 5 Final master limiting and outputting for formats 6 Dithering explained VIOLET CM How to use your new valve-flavoured multiband compressor from DSP gurus Acustica Audio Read the full article on p54 STUDIO ONE 4 Fire up our videos and familiarise yourself with the PreSonus DAW’s latest features Read the full article on p65 1 Getting started with Studio One 4’s Chord Track 2 Using Studio One 4’s new Patterns cm/experts Our resident music production gurus walk you through their specialist field every month Easy Guide: Chromatic mediants Read the full article on p74 Dr Beat: Synthesised percussion – part 2 Read the full article on p78 This issue’s videos…

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audio damage quanta

Chances are you’re well stocked with virtual analogue, wavetable and FM synths – but the cupboard marked ‘granular’ is likely comparatively bare. Audio Damage want to plug that gap with Quanta, their most ambitious virtual instrument yet. And in a first for AD, there’s a downloadable demo, so you can try before you buy. At the heart of Quanta is an “incredibly easy-to-use and capable” granular engine that slices any WAV/AIFF/OGG/MP3/FLAC file into up to 100 grains per voice, each up to 1000ms length. Grain parameters include Number, Length, Tuning, Position and Level, each with Rand knob for random variation. Other controls are Shape, play Direction, Fine tuning, and stereo Width. Going against the grain, an auxiliary oscillator provides virtual analogue waveforms: sine, square and saw, or any point in between via…