MusicTech – June 2020

MusicTech (June 2020) features 135 pages of essential advice on every aspect of recording to assist you to create the right take whenever.
  • Publisher: MusicTech
  • Issue: June 2020
  • Pages: 135
  • Format: PDF
  • Language: English

MusicTech (June 2020) features 135 pages of essential advice on every aspect of recording to assist you to create the right take whenever. Whether you’re recording vocals or instruments, within the field, or within the studio, Recording has all the recommendations you would like. There’s everything from kitting out your studio to top tips for recording drums. There’s advice for vocal production, mic’ing up instruments, orchestral recording and even a history of recording over the last 50 years!

There also are tutorials for each DAW including the newest versions of professional Tools, Cubase, Live, Logic and Reason, so whatever music software you employ there’s much in-depth pro advice to assist improve your recordings.

As we continue our collective journey through these unprecedented and surreal times, many folks are lucky enough to be feeling a renewed surge in creativity and rediscovering our love of music-making. But, though we could also be bolstering our studio environments and beginning new lockdown projects, immediately it’s only too easy to feel lonely as we hole up in isolation – but it doesn’t necessarily need to be this manner. There are countless ways to collaborate remotely with other musicians.

In this month’s lead feature, starting on page 014, Jono Buchanan explores the technical steps you’ll get to undertake to urge your studio found out and prepared to figure with others via the online, and descriptions several platforms that were made to foster this type of long-distance creativity.

Elsewhere during this issue, on page 024 sonic juggernaut Tycho, AKA Scott Hansen, gives us a desirable and insightful look inside his studio and explains intimately how he manages to craft his distinctly textured sounds employing a blend of hardware, software and an unwillingness to follow conventions.

Of course, we’re also bringing you a huge assortment of tutorials for all the main DAWs, and reviews of the newest products to capture the industry’s attention, not least of which is Universal Audio’s one small step into the planet of DAWs. Read our giant leap into Luna on page 074. Also under our spotlight this month are new interfaces from Arturia and Avid, sample libraries courtesy of Spitfire and Sonokinetic, and something special from new kids on the block Ashun Sound Machines.

Enjoy the issue!

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