In this issue of MusicTech, out Thursday 21st May, we explore the best routes to make money from your music, in our mammoth tips collection we talk to experts and industry insiders to gauge the most demonstrably effective pathways into a career.
Also this issue we have six of the best virtual ‘real’ instruments, a technical insight into the making of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, Reviews of the latest gadgets, tech and software for your studio, and tutorials that this time cover fattening up your lead sounds, a guide to Novation’s increasingly popular Launch Control, and our ever-expanding series exploring making music to picture. If that wasn’t enough we’ve also got a bluffer’s guide to studio acoustics and a huge DVD!
This Month’s MusicTech Magazine Includes
Make Money With Your Music – 60 Tips on composing, demoing, marketing and selling your music
Industry Guru – Chandler Audio – After last month’s Abbey Road special, we look at the company recreating many of that studio’s classic pieces of gear
The Bluffer’s Guide to Studio Acoustics – Your room can make or break your sound, as Rob Boffard explains
Six of the Best: Real Instruments – The best virtual creations of real instruments revealed
The Making of Dark Side of the Moon – Andy Price goes to the Dark Side with Pink Floyd’s masterpiece
Reviews – This month we look at Wide Blue Sound’s Orbit soft synth, Teenage Engineering’s Pocket Operators, NI’s Emotive Strings and much much more…
Tutorials – In this issue we look at fattening up leads, getting to grips with Novation’s Launch Control and continue our music to picture series
Packed DVD – Over 4GB of samples, software and tutorial videos.
Plus much much more!