Discussion in 'Recording' started by seven, Dec 25, 2001.
Anybody know of any good magazines out there for beginners to the home studio thing?
EQ...Recording...those are the two I reccomend for learning tips and tricks and new gear. Otherwise I'm sure someone else will be able to put forth and idea or two
Depends... what do you hope to get out of the magazines? That said, I would recommend TapeOp to just about anyone.
Also... There is so much info on the www, I find myself looking to magazines less and less for real and usable info. I'm still getting a few in the mail, but only for reference sake. It's starting to feel more and more like a waste of money and rainforest. But that's me. YMMV.
There are a couple that I read regularily, but as mentioned above, the Internet is a great place to browse.
1) Recording (USA) (http://www.recordingmag.com)
2) Computer Music (U.K.) (http://www.computermusic.co.uk/main.asp)
3) Sound on Sound (U.K.) (http://www.sound-on-sound.com)
All 3 of these have international delivery, so no matter where you live, you can get a subscription. I live in the USA, and have all 3 of these delivered to my door. Computer Music has an included CD each month full of cool stuff, samples, loops, demo programs, VSTi's, etc.
Of the above 3, I like Computer Music the best. There are great tips for beginners as well as pros, plus great reviews, plus the CD.
Right on, man! Computer Music magazine is just what I've been looking for. Thanks.
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