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  • BEAT Workzone Issue 23 January 2023
    January 24th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: News

    BEAT Workzone Issue 23 January 2023-MaGeSY

    BEAT Workzone Issue 23

    English | 32 pages | English | 17.7MB

    Get ready for a large collection of insider tips, covering a very diverse set of synthesizers. We invite you to discover and be surprised and inspired. And don’t forget: Most of these secrets can be adapted to any synth. Included software: your own virtual MPC 2000XL, Voltage Modular BEAT Edition by Cherry Audio, NoiseAsh Action Phaser, WA Production Sphere Delay, BEAT Roehrich 12AX7 and 11 Gigs of sounds & samples! Find a full list of the content below.



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    • Electronic Sound Issue 97 2023
      January 13th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: News

      Electronic Sound Issue 97 2023

      Electronic Sound Issue 97 2023

      English | 100 pages | True PDF | 12.75 MB

      It’s taken Orbital more than 30 years to get to their 10th studio album and what a journey it’s been. Right from their 1989 debut single, the gently acidic and effortlessly hypnotic ‘Chime’, Phil and Paul Hartnoll demonstrated a natural talent for matching shiny beats with shimmering melodies. So while the pair were viewed as leading lights of the rapidly expanding UK rave scene, the widescreen wonder of their early records put them in a totally different league to most of the hands-in-the-air brigade. Can you feel it? Oh yes. With bells on.



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      • Electronic Sound Issue 96 2022-PDF
        January 7th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: News

        Electronic Sound Issue 96 2022-PDF-MaGeSY

        Electronic Sound 96 2022

        English | 100 pages | True PDF | 21MB

        We’re tickled pink to have Jean-Michel Jarre on the cover of Electronic Sound. Come to think of it, we’re tickled any colour you care to mention. Like most music magazines, we probably use the word “legend” a bit more than we should. It’s completely justified with Jarre, though. He learned his trade from some of the best – Pierre Schaeffer, Pierre Henry, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Iannis Xenakis – and maintained close personal connections with these giants of early electronic sound over the decades that followed.



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