Category: Books

Music Tech Magazine

Music Tech Magazine DAW Masterclass Getting to know your DAW better will not only help you make music more effectively, it can also spark your creativity. Mark Cousins and Hollin Jones show you around in this 13-page special feature. Ten Minute Masters Step Sequencers Despite having only a few notes at their disposal, step sequencers […]

Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs

Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs by John Lydon, Kent Zimmerman, and Keith Zimmerman. The Guardian, January 31, 2004 ‘Rotten… captures the rancid flavour of Lydon’s punk and pre-punk life… a good read’ Kerrang!, January 24, 2004 ‘Lydon’s story is one of struggle and an almost foolhardy courage… for sheer eye-of-the-storm authenticity, this is […]

Books On Recording

For the past few years I’ve been reading up on all aspects of recording,mixing and mastering. The following books cover all of the aspects of home recording, some are written from the view point of the musician working out side of pc recording. In my opinion the techniques can be brought over to the PC […]