electronic MUSICIAN - October 2014 - Powered Studio Monitors

electronic MUSICIAN - October 2014 - Powered Studio Monitors

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Electronic Musician - October 2014 - Powered Monitors for Every Studio

Powered Studio Monitors:  Speakers are the most crucial components in your studio, so choose them with care.  Need some help narrowing down your options? We review the latest crop of reference monitors, at a variety of price points, designed for music and multimedia work.

Features

Basement Jaxx – UK Producer duo Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe have been crafting pop, hip hop, and Afro-Caribbean influenced dance music since they emerged on the Brixton underground house scene 20 years ago. We caught them on a San Francisco tour stop to chat about recording Junto, their seventh studio album.

Laetitia Sadier – The Stereolab cofounder talks about recording her third solo project, Something Shines, in three studios in three countries.

The New PornographersBrill Bruisers, the Canadian indie rockers’ fifth album, showcases driving electric guitars and lush vocal orchestrations. We take you inside the recording sessions, which started with a brand-new studio in a tricked-out shed.

Gear

Tiptop Audio Trigger Riot – A sequencing module that will extend your creativity

iConnectivity iConnectMIDI4+ – Multi-host MIDI interface

Sample Logic Arpology 1.2 – Virtual Instrument

Roland System-1 – Plug-out synthesizer

How To

Building Build-Ups – A good electronic music build-up is like the setup to a good joke: Even though you know the punch line – or the song’s beat drop – is coming, when it’s done well, it works every time. We’ll show you some great tricks for building tension before the big breakdown.

Production – Seven Mastering Mistakes to Avoid

Career – Sequencing Your Crowd-Funding Campaign

Mixing – Emulating Tape With Plug-Ins

Propellerhead – Synchronous Reason 7.1 Rack Extension

 

And much more!