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Music recording Industry Insight: What can we learn from the past 20 years?

Can post-production professionals learn anything from the music recording industry and the changes it went through over the past 20 years? Here, KORD.Media director Dan Piggott asks if social and economic changes that began affecting the music industry at the turn of the century compare to those seen in film and television...

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Sound Knowledge: Inside Britannia Row’s training courses

What do you do if you’re struggling to recruit people with the right level of live audio knowledge? If you’re Twickenham-based Britannia Row, you train them up yourself. Here, Tara Lepore speaks to managing director Mike Lowe about the kind of courses it offers and what it’s doing to provide an alternative to traditional sound training...

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The legacy of Kraftwerk producer Conny Plank

Legendary German engineer and producer Conny Plank was the man behind the desk for recordings by Kraftwerk, the Eurythmics, Killing Joke, Devo, Brian Eno, Ultravox, DAF, Gianna Nannini and countless others.

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In the studio with Prince: Susan Rogers recalls her five years as the star’s staff engineer

In 1983 a phone call about a job opening in Minneapolis changed Susan Rogers' life forever. Working as Prince’s staff engineer for five years, she’d spend day and night behind the desk and tape machines to ensure that he was able to record his limitless stream of musical ideas…

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End User Focus: Field Recorders

Here we speak to a number of professionals who have recently got to grips with some of the latest, most versatile location recorders to find out how they use their features for capturing audio on the move.

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Feature: Inside the world of Location Recorders

New and exciting stuff is happening in every area of the pro audio industry and nowhere is that more true than in the world of location recorders. Here, Alistair McGhee reports on the latest developments from the field…

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