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Future Music July 2020
Pro producers reveal their creative secrets, 4+ hours of track breakdown videos, We gave 14 producers the same basic sample pack and challenged them to make a track and much more...
Sound and Image: Aesthetics and Practices
Sound and Image: Aesthetics and Practices brings together international artist scholars to explore diverse sound and image practices, applying critical perspectives to interrogate and evaluate both the aesthetics and practices that underpin the audiovisual.

Contributions draw upon established discourses in electroacoustic music, media art history, film studies, critical theory and dance; framing and critiquing these arguments within the context of diverse audiovisual practices. 
The Oxford Handbook of Critical Concepts in Music Theory
Music Theory has a lot of ground to cover. Especially in introductory classes a whole range of fundamental concepts are introduced at fast pace that can never be explored in depth or detail, as other new topics become more pressing. The short time we spend with them in the classroom belies the complexity (and, in many cases, the contradictions) underlying these concepts. This book takes the time to tarry over these complexities, probe the philosophical assumptions on which these concepts rest, and shine a light on all their iridescent facets.
Electronic and Computer Music Fourth Edition
In this new edition of the classic text on the evolution of electronic music, Peter Manning extends the definitive account of the medium from its birth to include key developments from the dawn of the 21st century to the present day. The scope of the many developments that have taken place since the late 1990s are considered in a series of new and updated chapters, including topics such as the development of the digital audio workstation, laptop music, the Internet, and the emergence of new performance interfaces.
MusicTech June 2020
Music Tech and features 132 pages of essential advice on every aspect of recording to help you make the perfect take every time. Whether you are recording vocals or instruments, in the field or in the studio, Recording has all the advice you need. There’s everything from kitting out your studio to top tips for recording drums. There’s advice for vocal production, mic’ing up instruments, orchestral recording and even a history of recording over the last 50 years!
Computer Music July 2020
Computer Music magazine is the complete guide to making great music with your Mac and PC. Each month, you can find easy-to-follow guides for all sorts of music production techniques, high-quality video tutorials, unbiased reviews of the latest products plus answers to your technical questions. Computer Music brings you the best in tutorials, reviews, news and features, and no matter whether you’re a complete newcomer to computer-based music production or a seasoned pro, there’s plenty for you in every issue.
Electronic Musician July 2020
Electronic Musician is not merely a recording magazine but covers all aspects of music production—performance, recording, and technology, from studio to stage. EM finds the top artists and producers – as well as all the musical trendsetters – and gets them to advise, mentor, and detail their craft. Each issue gives you the tools you need to make better music, from production to performance. Plus tips and techniques, gear reviews, and insights from today’s top artists.
Bach's Operas of the Soul: A Listener's Guide to the Sacred Cantatas (Unlocking the Masters)
Bach's Operas of the Soul is the first introduction for the general music lover to Bach's sacred cantatas to appear in nearly half a century. In clear and accessible language, Mark Ringer examines this vast output of masterpieces as the great musical dramatic creations that they are in order to open these works to a wider audience.
Electronic Sound - Issue 65 2020
Electronic Sound is the best electronic music magazine in the world. In-depth coverage of the current scene, the pioneers, the machines, and the current thinking of the electronic music world.
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art explores and delineates what Sound Art is in the 21st century. Sound artworks today embody the contemporary and transcultural trends towards the post-apocalyptic, a wide sensorial spectrum of sonic imaginaries as well as the decolonization and deinstitutionalization around the making of sound.

Within the areas of musicology, art history, and, later, sound studies, Sound Art has evolved at least since the 1980s into a turbulant field of academic critique and aesthetic analysis. Summoning artists, researchers, curators, and critics, this volume takes note of and reflects the most recent shifts and drifts in Sound Art–rooted in sonic histories and implying future trajectories.
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