electronic MUSICIAN - September 2015 - Monitors For Musicians
electronic MUSICIAN – September 2015 – Monitors For Musicians
The latest issue of electronic MUSICIAN focuses on Monitors For Musicians. Included is a buyer’s guide that can point you in the right direction whether you are seeking speakers for a desktop, portable rig, or just plain pro critical listening space. If you are looking for an active monitor that is ideal for you this guide will help you find it.
Spotlight: MOTU Digital Performer 9 has arrived! It’s finally here AND it’s stocked with new features, including instruments, plug-ins and a host of productivity enhancements. MOTU has even changed the default look of the GUI to a more sleeker/modern one – although you can keep the old look if you’d like.
Catch up on the latest in Virtual Instruments, Guitar Processors, Wavetable Synthesizers and much more!
In The Studio: Barbara Schultz gives a look into how much the recording industry has changed since Lauren Hoffman’s first album, Megiddo was released in 1997. In addition to how engineer/producer/studio co-owner John Morand never was far behind.
Master Class: “Making Money from FREE” – Your Music Has Value, Even If You Give It Away.
Music: iLan Bluestone – This amazing London based progressive trance producer/DJ has followed his musical passion for a lifetime. Now with a slew of chart hits and the Anjunabeats Worldwide 05 mix album, he realized dreams do come true.
Playlist: The Chemical Brothers – Born in the Echoes
Time to Win: Produce music on the go? Send us a high-res image with a paragraph describing your gear. Our favorite submission will appear in an upcoming issue of electronic MUSICIAN, AND will win a limited-edition GRAVITY DRIVE.