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Electronic Musician

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

The new ELECTRONIC MUSICIAN is a “must have” resource for anyone who makes music, plays music, and shares music. Every issue includes "gig tested" product reviews on music gear, tons of how-to's, and interviews with today's stars revealing the secrets of their songwriting approaches and audio-production concepts.

Coast To Coast

Electronic Musician • Vol. 35 No. 9

There’s no stopping Behringer’s train of ‘tributes’ • The ARP 2600 and EMS VCS3 are the latest to get the recreation treatment

Audiothingies’ Doctor A effects could be the perfect partner to any synth setup

E-MU’s iconic sampler is reborn in Isla Instruments’ SP 2400

nABC is a portable analog compressor for creative real-time sidechaining

Bridge the gap between stompboxes and Eurorack modules with INTRFX

SOFT OPINIONS • With so much technology, we often forget what's really important in music – it's the notes, stupid

THIS MONTH IN SOFTWARE • Synths steal the show this month, although the effects that we've seen released are groundbreaking in their own right

EAST MEETS WEST • For years, two types of synthesis have offered different sonic experiences. What are the differences and advantages of each?

Beginning with Buchla

Subtractive Synthesis • By condensing the most commonly used components of modular synths into the Minimoog, Bob Moog ushered in the “analog” era

DOs & DON’Ts

Buchla basics • Arturia’s basic Template/Default preset is the perfect starting point for getting acquainted with the Buchla Easel’s tone manipulation resources

Beyond Equal Temperament

West Coast for the masses with the Korg Volca Modular • Korg’s pocket-sized modular brings the Buchla aesthetic back to Earth

Garret ‘Jacknife’Lee • Garret ‘Jacknife’ Lee has produced some of the biggest bands on the planet, from The Killers and Snow Patrol to U2. Danny Turner finds Lee in refreshingly honest mood - a principle that helps him unlock the potential of whoever he works with…

Make Your Bends Do More For You • Go beyond just bending pitch with these valuable tips.

Implicit rhythms • Sometimes, we can look to classic compositional techniques to help us make the breakdown…

Korg Wavestation • Very few sample-playback machines can be called classics, but Korg’s ended up shaping the sound of an era

Three great wavesequencing plugins

Model: Samples • Elektron’s latest hardware sampler strips back the functionality in favor of accessibility. Si Truss asks if it can still pack a punch

USB CAPABILITIES

THE ALTERNATIVES

Blipblox • Finally, a synth for kids of all ages

One Series 104 • Compact desktop monitors need not be a total compromise. Case in point, JBL’s latest offering

Three Compressors You’ll Actually Use • The French music technology leviathan turns its analog-modeling attention to dynamics with a trio of compressor plugins

The glorious originals

René • The new model of the popular, Descartes-inspired sequencer has Phil Wise scratching his chin

XO • This high-concept drum machine puts many thousands of one-shot samples at your beck and call within a truly cosmic interface

Playground politics

SL Mixface • Finding the right DAW controller is a tricky task. Time to hook up the latest from controller king Studiologic

bx_ oberhausen • The German DSP expert turns its hand to synth modeling and delivers its first virtual instrument – a software reincarnation of a classic

Haus hunting

Twisted Standard • £17/Deluxe £27

NOVATION BASS STATION 2.5

Filter tracking in action • With the 2.5 firmware update, the BS2 filter can now track the keyboard....


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The new ELECTRONIC MUSICIAN is a “must have” resource for anyone who makes music, plays music, and shares music. Every issue includes "gig tested" product reviews on music gear, tons of how-to's, and interviews with today's stars revealing the secrets of their songwriting approaches and audio-production concepts.

Coast To Coast

Electronic Musician • Vol. 35 No. 9

There’s no stopping Behringer’s train of ‘tributes’ • The ARP 2600 and EMS VCS3 are the latest to get the recreation treatment

Audiothingies’ Doctor A effects could be the perfect partner to any synth setup

E-MU’s iconic sampler is reborn in Isla Instruments’ SP 2400

nABC is a portable analog compressor for creative real-time sidechaining

Bridge the gap between stompboxes and Eurorack modules with INTRFX

SOFT OPINIONS • With so much technology, we often forget what's really important in music – it's the notes, stupid

THIS MONTH IN SOFTWARE • Synths steal the show this month, although the effects that we've seen released are groundbreaking in their own right

EAST MEETS WEST • For years, two types of synthesis have offered different sonic experiences. What are the differences and advantages of each?

Beginning with Buchla

Subtractive Synthesis • By condensing the most commonly used components of modular synths into the Minimoog, Bob Moog ushered in the “analog” era

DOs & DON’Ts

Buchla basics • Arturia’s basic Template/Default preset is the perfect starting point for getting acquainted with the Buchla Easel’s tone manipulation resources

Beyond Equal Temperament

West Coast for the masses with the Korg Volca Modular • Korg’s pocket-sized modular brings the Buchla aesthetic back to Earth

Garret ‘Jacknife’Lee • Garret ‘Jacknife’ Lee has produced some of the biggest bands on the planet, from The Killers and Snow Patrol to U2. Danny Turner finds Lee in refreshingly honest mood - a principle that helps him unlock the potential of whoever he works with…

Make Your Bends Do More For You • Go beyond just bending pitch with these valuable tips.

Implicit rhythms • Sometimes, we can look to classic compositional techniques to help us make the breakdown…

Korg Wavestation • Very few sample-playback machines can be called classics, but Korg’s ended up shaping the sound of an era

Three great wavesequencing plugins

Model: Samples • Elektron’s latest hardware sampler strips back the functionality in favor of accessibility. Si Truss asks if it can still pack a punch

USB CAPABILITIES

THE ALTERNATIVES

Blipblox • Finally, a synth for kids of all ages

One Series 104 • Compact desktop monitors need not be a total compromise. Case in point, JBL’s latest offering

Three Compressors You’ll Actually Use • The French music technology leviathan turns its analog-modeling attention to dynamics with a trio of compressor plugins

The glorious originals

René • The new model of the popular, Descartes-inspired sequencer has Phil Wise scratching his chin

XO • This high-concept drum machine puts many thousands of one-shot samples at your beck and call within a truly cosmic interface

Playground politics

SL Mixface • Finding the right DAW controller is a tricky task. Time to hook up the latest from controller king Studiologic

bx_ oberhausen • The German DSP expert turns its hand to synth modeling and delivers its first virtual instrument – a software reincarnation of a classic

Haus hunting

Twisted Standard • £17/Deluxe £27

NOVATION BASS STATION 2.5

Filter tracking in action • With the 2.5 firmware update, the BS2 filter can now track the keyboard....


Expand title description text