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Read the January/February issue of AMI online now

Our first issue of the year features an interview with EDM superstar Steve Aoki, who tells us about his music production techniques and reveals details of his futuristic studio setup.
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The January/February issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.

Our first issue of the year features an interview with EDM superstar Steve Aoki, who tells us about his music production techniques and reveals details of the gear he uses in his futuristic studio.

Women’s Audio Mission founder Terri Winston tells us how the organisation is striving for equality in the pro audio business and Colby Ramsey hears from renowned monitor engineer Matt Napier, who was most recently on the road for the North American leg of Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour.

Elsewhere in the magazine, Tokyo-based producer and sound experimentalist Goth-Trad explains his unique mixdown and mastering process for his dubplates.

As part of this special location recording issue, Murray Stassen chats with Nicholas O’Brien, who was recently tasked with recording audio on location in Nepal for Himalayas to Ocean, a programme about climate change, while Alistair McGhee reports on the latest developments within the field recording market. We also take a look at some of the most innovative location sound product offerings in our latest End User Focus.

Also inside, we review products from Focal, PreSonus, Soundcraft and Steinberg. And don’t forget to check out our previews for two of this season’s big industry trade shows!

Click here to read the latest edition of AMI.

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In the latest issue of AMI we visit storied recording studio RAK in North London to find out about how this facility operates in the modern studio sector, how it maintains its inventory of vintage equipment and what its plans are for the future. Elsewhere in the magazine, we explore the advancements in studio monitor driver technology and interview the Eccentric Research Council Producer Dean Honer at his Bowling Green Studio in Sheffield.