The November issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.
In our latest issue, Matt Black, one half of pioneering electronic music duo Coldcut, tells us about their 30th anniversary and new Ableton Live plugin MidiVolve.
Murray Stassen goes behind the scenes of a special BBC Late Night Prom held at The Royal Albert Hall, dedicated to the career of legendary artist Scott Walker, while engineer and #NormalNotNovelty regular Katie Tavini shares her views on the importance of supporting other members of the pro audio community.
As part of this special console edition, Andy Coules speaks to a quartet of live sound engineers to get their opinions on modern live sound consoles, while Simon Allen takes a look inside the current market for hybrid audio mixing systems.
Also inside, Colby Ramsey heads to drum specialist Rubix Group to find out what this premier facility in London’s Park Royal has to offer.
Sticking with the theme of consoles, this month’s End User Focus on pages 29-31 is all about live sound plugins, with the back pages featuring product reviews from Townsend Labs, Genelec, Magix, and more.
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