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Electronic Musician

Nov 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.

Down the rabbit hole

Electronic Musician

NEW GEAR

SOFT OPINIONS • It’s not a vastly big one, but this step towards a change in standards is important to push music software forward

THIS MONTH IN SOFTWARE • The tones of the past are on display this month, with classic compressors, guitar rigs and pianos… although each comes with its own modern spin

FILTER SCIENCE • Through the following pages, we’re going to explore the powerful, tone-sculpting world of filtering

TREVOR HORN • His groundbreaking production techniques brought huge success to ’80s stars such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Grace Jones and Yes. Hear from the man himself about his past and present, including his recent orchestral reinterpretations of rock and electronic classics

Sync Session • Shape your sync lead sounds for maximum expression

Circle progressions • Need a strong, satisfying musical idea? Follow Dave up the spiral staircase and see how easily you can whip up a quick progression

Casio CZ-101 • Cheap and deep, this diminutive digital dynamo made sophisticated multitimbral synthesis both affordable and portable

VC340 Vocoder • Vocoders are back in vogue as Behringer resurrects a classic. Dan ‘JD73’ Goldman chimes in…

Hauschka Composer Toolkit • The evocative sounds of a lauded composer are in your hands with Spitfire Audio’s latest collaboration

Bitwig Studio 3 • With The Grid, Bitwig adds an ambitious modular environment to its already impressive toolkit. Si Truss asks if this is the most creative DAW on the market

Rokit 7 G4 • The Rokits are affordable monitors with an excellent pedigree. Let's hook up the new generation

Massive X • Expectations for the long-awaited sequel to NI’s genre-spawning synth are impossibly high, but how close does it come to meeting them?

Hive 2 • It may have started life as a user-friendly virtual analog synth, but it’s grown some distance beyond that with a series of recent updates

VT-4 Voice Transformer • The latest Voice Transformer from Roland offers a plethora of vocal production tricks

Contemporary Ukulele

AKAI FORCE

Navigating and editing with Force

Sampling using Sampler and Keygroup Tracks • No Akai product would be complete without deep sampling, audio editing and playback capabilities. Here’s how it’s done…

Quick Tips

Using external MIDI gear • Explore Force’s connectivity options by hooking up an external hardware monosynth, sequencing it via MIDI, then recording audio back in

Navigation

Four more Force features • Let’s wrap up our tour of Force with a look at a quartet of pro features worth exploring

TAPE EMULATORS • This month we remind ourselves why tape remains so popular and explore its mix-enhancing capabilities

QUICK TIPS

6 tape emulators

Faking tape • When no tape emulation plugins are available, you can emulate the characteristic high-end fizz of a rolling tape. Try this simple white noise trick

Parallel tape saturation techniques • Let’s create bespoke, parallel saturation effects for a number of sounds in a single track

Pitchshifter plugins • Move things higher and lower with this comprehensive selection of processors

AmpliTube 4 • Our survey of the world of amp simulators continues with Part 2

Caravan Palace


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 68 Publisher: Future Publishing Limited US Edition: Nov 01 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 23, 2019

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English

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.

Down the rabbit hole

Electronic Musician

NEW GEAR

SOFT OPINIONS • It’s not a vastly big one, but this step towards a change in standards is important to push music software forward

THIS MONTH IN SOFTWARE • The tones of the past are on display this month, with classic compressors, guitar rigs and pianos… although each comes with its own modern spin

FILTER SCIENCE • Through the following pages, we’re going to explore the powerful, tone-sculpting world of filtering

TREVOR HORN • His groundbreaking production techniques brought huge success to ’80s stars such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Grace Jones and Yes. Hear from the man himself about his past and present, including his recent orchestral reinterpretations of rock and electronic classics

Sync Session • Shape your sync lead sounds for maximum expression

Circle progressions • Need a strong, satisfying musical idea? Follow Dave up the spiral staircase and see how easily you can whip up a quick progression

Casio CZ-101 • Cheap and deep, this diminutive digital dynamo made sophisticated multitimbral synthesis both affordable and portable

VC340 Vocoder • Vocoders are back in vogue as Behringer resurrects a classic. Dan ‘JD73’ Goldman chimes in…

Hauschka Composer Toolkit • The evocative sounds of a lauded composer are in your hands with Spitfire Audio’s latest collaboration

Bitwig Studio 3 • With The Grid, Bitwig adds an ambitious modular environment to its already impressive toolkit. Si Truss asks if this is the most creative DAW on the market

Rokit 7 G4 • The Rokits are affordable monitors with an excellent pedigree. Let's hook up the new generation

Massive X • Expectations for the long-awaited sequel to NI’s genre-spawning synth are impossibly high, but how close does it come to meeting them?

Hive 2 • It may have started life as a user-friendly virtual analog synth, but it’s grown some distance beyond that with a series of recent updates

VT-4 Voice Transformer • The latest Voice Transformer from Roland offers a plethora of vocal production tricks

Contemporary Ukulele

AKAI FORCE

Navigating and editing with Force

Sampling using Sampler and Keygroup Tracks • No Akai product would be complete without deep sampling, audio editing and playback capabilities. Here’s how it’s done…

Quick Tips

Using external MIDI gear • Explore Force’s connectivity options by hooking up an external hardware monosynth, sequencing it via MIDI, then recording audio back in

Navigation

Four more Force features • Let’s wrap up our tour of Force with a look at a quartet of pro features worth exploring

TAPE EMULATORS • This month we remind ourselves why tape remains so popular and explore its mix-enhancing capabilities

QUICK TIPS

6 tape emulators

Faking tape • When no tape emulation plugins are available, you can emulate the characteristic high-end fizz of a rolling tape. Try this simple white noise trick

Parallel tape saturation techniques • Let’s create bespoke, parallel saturation effects for a number of sounds in a single track

Pitchshifter plugins • Move things higher and lower with this comprehensive selection of processors

AmpliTube 4 • Our survey of the world of amp simulators continues with Part 2

Caravan Palace


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