Interviews

T-Minus is an app that can help aid musicians suffering from Tinnitus

Tinnitus is one of the worst afflictions a music-maker can endure. Now, the developers of game-changing new app T-Minus are hoping to help sufferers get back into the studio. Will their promise ring true?

Composer Oliver Patrice Weder discusses his composing process and working with sample pioneers Spitfire Audio

Oliver Patrice Weder has forged a multi-faceted career scoring film and TV projects, working as lead composer for Spitfire Audio and somehow finding the time to write original music. We speak to Weder about spinning plates and the differences between his many processes.

Psychemagik on recording their new album and not sweating the small stuff

Following the release of Psychemagik's brilliant debut LP, I Feel How This Night Should Look, we learn more about the record’s challenging birth and genre-straddling production processes.

Matt Black on the legacy of Coldcut, the values of Ninja Tune and building innovative new technology

Part of the iconic duo Coldcut and a founder of one of the industry’s most prominent labels, Ninja Tune, Matt Black speaks to us about his illustrious career, as well as some brand-new inventions that he co-created.
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How to master your tracks with Studio One

Over the past few months, we’ve explored how to build tracks using Studio One’s mix effects and instruments. Here, we cover how the flexible workstation can help you master them.
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