Computer Music August 2019
P2P | 13.06.2019 | Include PDF | 2.94 GB
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Professional Sound serves the Canadian recording, live sound, broadcast, post-production, and audiovisual integration industries with up-to-date news, in-depth application stories, product reviews and showcases, and much more.
George Ezra: Cam Blackwood produziert Staying At Tamara’s +++ Focusrite Clarett USB Audio-Interfaces mit USB-Anschluss +++ Mikrofonreperatur +++
Professional audio bietet durch Produktvergleiche und im eigenen Testlabor durchgeführte Produkttests eine fundierte Kaufberatung für Musiker und Toningenieure, vom anspruchsvollen Amateur bis hin zum Semiprofi und Profi. Ausführliche News-Strecken, umfangreiche Marktübersichten, Reportagen, Workshops und Interviews ermöglichen einen umfassenden Überblick über neue Trends und Produktangebote.
Mix is the world’s leading magazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry. Mix covers a wide range of topics including: recording, live sound and production, broadcast production, audio for film and video, and music technology.
MusicTech is the magazine for producers, engineers and recording musicians. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers. There are software workshops for every major DAW, interviews with top named producers, artists and engineers, plus reviews of the latest studio hardware and software. With a DVD packed with samples, tutorial videos and software, MusicTech is the ultimate package for today’s studio user.
In an age when production software is more powerful than ever, there’s still something to be said for shutting down the computer and going full hardware with your music making. From the tactile feel of twisting dials and bashing buttons, to the sonic unpredictability that comes from running sound through an elaborate audio chain, there’s something about working with ‘real’ instruments and effects that you just can’t recreate with software and controllers. In this issue’s bumper cover feature, we delve into several potential setups to get you inspired and show you some ways you can create electronic music fully freed from the shackles of a DAW. Plus we pick up some advice from artists who are taking software-free routes to recording and performance.