electronicMUSICIAN - August - 2011 The Flaming Lips
Discover the Flaming Lips - “We want people to listen to this music and feel like they’re on drugs,” says producer Dave Fridmann about the Lips’ ongoing, multirelease recording project that spans “multitrack” YouTube videos, USB drives, and gummy bear skulls. Get the weird and wild studio backstory.
Dave Stewart- The Eurythmics cofounder heads into Nashville’s Blackbird Studio and emerges with a slightly eclectic, slightly countrified record.
Incubus- The California nu-metal pioneers trade their trademark aggressive sound for a morerefined approach on If Not Now, When?, their fourth collaboration with veteran producer Brendan O’Brien.
Sublime with Rome-Fifteen years after losing its charismatic frontman Bradley Nowell to heroin and calling it quits, the band reboots its southern Cali ska-punk sound on Yours Truly.
UPROAR Festival 2011-In our three-part series, we take a look at the bands headlining this massive metal tour. This installment profiles Seether, Art of Dying, and Three Days Grace.
High-Tech Guitar Effects- Craig Anderton reviews eight amp sims and accessories that let you tweak your tone to perfection, whether you’re recording or gigging.
Arturia Analog Experience—The Laboratory virtual analog synthesis for studio orstage applications
Waves Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter- The ’70s mystery effect enters the virtual world.
Show Me the Money - Promoters, managers, producers, and rights managers off er advice for surviving in the new music economy.
Mixing - Create Big Group Background Vocals
Piano - Small Room, Big Drum Tracks—No Problem! Part 3
Live Sound- Sync or Swim
Composing - Scoring for Film and Videogames
Recording - The Singer’s Gig Bag
Power App - Manipulate Clip Grooves in Ableton Live.