Yes! Summer may be over but never mind that over-rated waste of time. The real hotness is HERE: Future Music 231 is ON SALE TODAY!
There's really never been a better time to go to your local newsagent, grab the strongest, hardest and bestest music production magazine there is and start the party.
Issue 231 of Future Music (aka October 2010) is a classic. We like to think we're one of the more forward-thinking music production magazines but as you know we're suckers for bit of – shall we say – 'heritage' too. So we're delighted that a triple threat of products that score on both counts landed in our review zone this month.
There's the latest Juno from Roland (laden with classic synth sounds) the return of the Electribes from Korg (now powered up with loops and samples for today's Dance styles) and the rebirth of the Arturia Origin (now in stunning full keyboard form and able to recreate a raft of synth legends and everything in between).
Top tutorial this month comes in the shape of a massive Pro Vocal Production feature. We're covering everything from making your vocalist feel at ease to correcting their wayward notes afterwards.
And there's a trio of top production talent showing you their secrets too. Don't miss House masters Chocolate Puma, Marcel Woods unique Tech Trance and the inside story on BT's pioneering take on music making. Check the video below for a sneak preview of the Puma 'n' Woods goodness on our DVD. Full versions are ONLY on Future Music's DVD.
And remember, Future Music is the home of the In The Studio With video. Be sure to check out over two hours of exclusives on our DVD and demos of all review kit. Phew!