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    The Dandy Warhols’ Zia McCabe on learning via experimentation and building bass lines

    With over 25 years in the industry, The Dandy Warhols’ keyboardist, bass player and percussionist Zia McCabe has experienced an ever-changing world of music and continues to challenge herself as a creative musician. We head to The Odditorium in Portland to find out more about her process.

    Tech Dissect: discussing equality in the music production world

    Spitfire Audio recently hosted Tech Dissect, an event designed to support womxn in music and music production, and challenge the current male-dominated landscape. We attended the event and spoke to some of the artists and producers involved.

    Korg M1: A classic workstation synth gets the nostalgia treatment

    Back in the late 80s, synths that could do everything were very in vogue, giving rise to the Workstation era. We traverse the M1 in search of great sounds, sequences and more.

    Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) discusses working with Orchestral Tools and the creation of his new sample pack

    Hot on the heels of the release of Junkie XL Brass – the new specially recorded and arranged sample library from Orchestral Tools, we caught up with the man himself, Tom Holkenborg, to find out more about the origins of this characteristically epic resource.
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