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  • Sound On Sound UK/USA June 2024
    July 14th, 2024 ⚡

    Sound On Sound UK/USA June 2024-MaGeSY

    Sound On Sound UK/USA June 2024

    English | 148 pages | True PDF | 152 MB

    SSL PureDrive Octo • Earthworks DM6 kick mic • Antares Auto-Tune Pro 11 • Steinberg WaveLab Pro 12 • Sontronics Saturn 2 condenser • Barefoot Footprint03 monitors • Audiomovers Omnibus • Focal ST6 Trio6 monitors • Arturia V Collection X • Drawmer 1977 channel strip • Heritage RAM 1000 monitor controller • iZotrope Trash • Midicake Arp • UA Verve Analog Machines • Electra One MkII controller • TC Electronic System 6000 Native plug-ins • Universal Audio SC-1 modelling mic • Pulsar Primavera spring reverb plug-in • E-V Everse 12 PA • JBL IRX ONE • Spotlight: Hardware Samplers • New sample libraries — and plenty more!

    Viewed 25031 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

  • Electronic Sound Issue 114 June 2024 PDF
    July 12th, 2024 ⚡

    Electronic Sound Issue 114 June 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

    Electronic Sound 114 June 2024

    English | 100 pages | PDF | 62.5 MB

    We’re investigating the visual art of John Foxx in this month’s Electronic Sound. While he is best known as the frontman of Ultravox and a revered solo musician in his own right, Foxx is also a highly distinctive visual artist. He has worked in photography, collage, graphic art and other media since the mid-1970s, and his extraordinary portfolio is detailed in a forthcoming book called ‘Electricity And Ghosts’. We’ve invited him to talk about some of his favourite pieces from the book, and the result is a fascinating glimpse into his artistic approach and the aesthetic principles he applies to both his imagery and his records. You could describe it as a sort of synthesis of John Foxx. We have a bumper selection of other great interviews elsewhere in this issue too, including Jeff Mills, John Grant, Suzanne Ciani, Orbital, Wolfgang Tillmans, Low End Activist, Keeley Forsyth and Chanel Beads. We also have a splendid new regular column called “The Best Of…”, which we think you’re going to really love. Our first volunteer is μ-Ziq man and Planet Mu label boss Mike Paradinas, who speaks about peaches, thigh-high socks and geek pies. As you do.

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  • BEAT Magazine Issue 221 June 2024 PDF
    May 21st, 2024 ⚡

    BEAT Magazine Issue 221 June 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

    BEAT Magazine 221 June 2024

    P2P | 21 May 2024 | 22.96 MB

    Beat 06/24: How do I get on playlists, which ones do I have to be on and what do I get out of it? If you want to „be there“ on platforms like Spotify or Apple Music and reach a large audience, there‘s no getting around playlists. There are two types here: curated, put together by people on the one hand. And generated individually for each listener by the algorithm. How do you land on one and the other? Which ones are most important for your own genre? And what, other than streaming millions, does that bring?

    Viewed 4515 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

  • Future Music Issue 409 June 2024 PDF-MaGeSY

    Future Music 409, June 2024

    English | 100 pages | True PDF | 37 MB

    Even when you do it professionally, making music should ideally be fun. It’s something that we do with passion and enthusiasm. It’s about creativity and inspiration. Modern studios can be fantastic at facilitating this. With little more than a laptop and a set of monitors, it’s possible to access all the tools you need to make music in any style to a professional standard. But even such a simple setup also has the capacity to get in the way of your creativity. Electronic production gear comes with a lot of potentially workflow-breaking admin, from the need to keep your software and hardware updated, to issues with sync, patching and communication. This issue’s cover feature is all about clearing away those potential blockages and helping you to bring the fun back to your studio setup. This month’s issue has an exclusive interviews with St. Vincent, Jeff Mills, and Luke Slater. Discover the power of analogue synths, perfecting techno kicks, and studio workflow tips. Plus, get 2 new packs and an 18GB library for FREE.

    Viewed 1649 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

  • Computer Music June 2024 CM334 PDF
    April 18th, 2024 ⚡

    Computer Music June 2024 CM334 PDF-MaGeSY

    Computer Music 334

    English | 100 pages | PDF | 66 MB

    Unleash your creativity with Computer Music’s June 2024 issue! Dive into the world of MODALICS and their rapid success, get insights from Danish DJ KÖLSCH on gear and track-building, and learn about Catching Flies’ unorthodox mixing approach. Plus, interviews with Inphonik, RYM2612, and FeerFM Synth. Download a £44 synth for free, get chilled keys samples, and explore vocal processing techniques with the Dub Remix Toolkit. Transform your sound and take your music to the next level! This June we get vocal about vocals. We’ll explore some of music history’s most ubiquitous voice transformation techniques: from vocoders to the Prismizer effect and hard tuning. We’ll also break down exactly how you can recreate some of these effects, with buyer’s guides to get you started.

    Viewed 2604 By Music Producers & DJ´s.

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