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Music Tech Magazines-which one??????

Discussion in 'Music' started by cyberbell7, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Our music department at school is looking at subscribing to a Music Tech magazine to help us get up to and keep up to date with developments etc. Can anyone recommend any? The ones I've had recommended are:
    Sound on sound
    Music Tech Magazine
    Can views/opinions very greatly appreciated
     
  2. Our music department at school is looking at subscribing to a Music Tech magazine to help us get up to and keep up to date with developments etc. Can anyone recommend any? The ones I've had recommended are:
    Sound on sound
    Music Tech Magazine
    Can views/opinions very greatly appreciated
     
  3. We're subscribed to Sound on Sound, music staff and students alike utilise this.
     
  4. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    I think Sound on Sound continues to occupy an important position in this field.
     
  5. I take sound on sound and have recently purchased their beginners guide to setting up a studio - it's really useful! I like the magazine too, which also has an inspiring video section.

     
  6. https://community.tes.co.uk/forums/p/474616/6622559.aspx#6622559

    I'd also check out the resources that Mike has offered. I've had him as a guest lecturer many times and he's really up to speed and regularly updates. I also have a member of my lecturing team that writes for Sound on Sound and has his own resources page which he updates all the time. I shall ask his permission to offer you a link, my students use his work all the time, and like Mike, he is brilliant at keeping up to speed.
     
  7. pauljoecoe

    pauljoecoe New commenter

    Also with SOS you have internet access to their whole back catalogue - loads of good articles for the kids to research/read.
     
  8. Thank you so much everybody your advice is greatly appreciated. Sound on sound is looking like the hot favourite
     
  9. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    Heat or Take a Break.
     

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