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Theorizing Sound Writing
The study of listening―aurality―and its relation to writing is the subject of this eclectic edited volume. Theorizing Sound Writing explores the relationship between sound, theory, language, and inscription. This volume contains an impressive lineup of scholars from anthropology, ethnomusicology, musicology, performance, and sound studies. The contributors write about sound in their ongoing work, while also making an intervention into the ethics of academic knowledge, one in which listening is the first step not only in translating sound into words but also in compassionate scholarship.
Future Music December 2019
In the studio with - Lapalux - Brainfeeder artist Stuart Howard talks Eurorack, disappointingly un-spooky found sounds and new LP Amnioverse.
Interview with Floating Points
Classic Album - Fuck Buttons
How to Grow as a Musician What All Musicians Must Know to Succeed 2nd Edition
A Friendly Guide to Launching and Maintaining Your Musical Career

It's tough to make a living from one's love of music, but Sheila E. Anderson shows readers how to do just that in How to Grow as a Musician. This encouraging yet realistic guide covers everything from developing and learning one's craft to managing the business aspects of a musical career. This second edition expands on performance tips, self-promotion tactics, and steps to improve one's networking skills to make fruitful connections.
How to Make It in the New Music Business 2nd Edition
Hailed as an "indispensable” guide (Forbes), How to Make It in the New Music Business returns in this extensively revised and expanded edition.

When How to Make It in the New Music Business hit shelves in 2016, it instantly became the go-to resource for musicians eager to make a living in a turbulent industry. Widely adopted by music schools everywhere and considered "the best how- to book of its kind” (Music Connection), it inspired thousands to stop waiting around for that "big break.” 
The Hard Times The First 40 Years
From the comedic minds behind TheHardTimes.net comes the most accurate reporting on punk and hardcore culture in music history

Since 2014, The Hard Times has been at the forefront of music journalism, delivering hard-hitting reports and in-depth investigations into the punk and hardcore scene. From their scathing takedown of Kim Jong-un after he appointed himself the new singer of Black Flag to their incisive coverage of a healthy Lars Ulrich being replaced by a hologram, the site has become a trusted source for all things counterculture.
Guitar Magazine December 2019
 
It won’t have escaped your notice that this issue is dedicated to the players and gear that are the building blocks for the future of the guitar. Although reports of its demise have been greatly exaggerated, it’s true enough that our beloved instrument’s role in pop culture has shifted in recent years. And with so much processing power devoted to recreating old tech, it’s no wonder that outsiders sometimes look at aspects of our industry with incredulity – after all, who wants to drive a new car manufactured exactly like a death trap from the 1950s, or equip their kitchen with a NOS refrigerator containing lethal quantities of sulphur dioxide and methyl formate?
The Flyer Vault 150 Years of Toronto Concert History
A visual tour-de-force showcasing Toronto's vast concert history.

​Duke Ellington. Johnny Cash. David Bowie. Nirvana. Bob Marley. Wu-Tang Clan. Daft Punk. These are just some of the legendary names that played Toronto over the last century. Drawing from Daniel Tate's extensive flyer collection, first archived on his Flyer Vault Instagram account, Tate and Rob Bowman have assembled a time capsule that captures a mesmerizing history of Toronto concert and club life, ​running the gamut of genres from vaudeville to rock, jazz to hip-hop, blues to electronica, and punk to country.
MusicTech November 2019 PDF
MusicTech is the magazine for producers, engineers and recording musicians. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers. There are software workshops for every major DAW, interviews with top named producers, artists and engineers, plus reviews of the latest studio hardware and software. With a DVD packed with samples, tutorial videos and software, MusicTech is the ultimate package for today's studio user
MusicTech Focus Series September 2019 PDF
MusicTech is the magazine for producers, engineers and recording musicians. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers. There are software workshops for every major DAW, interviews with top named producers, artists and engineers, plus reviews of the latest studio hardware and software. With a DVD packed with samples, tutorial videos and software, MusicTech is the ultimate package for today's studio user.
Computer Music November 2019 PDF
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.
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