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Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Jul 1993

Some words of wisdom from producer Alan Winstanley close the mag this month.

Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Aug 1993

Suede's producer Ed Buller gives vent to some controversial opinions.

Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Sep 1993

Smiths' producer Stephen Street lets off some steam.

Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Oct 1993

Former Yazz and Dina Carroll producer Nigel Lowis lets off steam about short termism.

Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993

Genesis, Marillion and Fuzzbox producer Nick Davis suggests how British music might regain some lost magic.

On The Record

Group: On The Record

Feature | Topic: Music Business | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
What A&R Managers want from your demo

For many musicians, their first stab at getting their music heard is sending a demo to a record company or producer. But what do the people who listen to demos every day want from your tape? Sue Sillitoe finds out.

DIY Music

Group: On The Record

Feature | Topic: Mastering, Music Business, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Sound On Sound, Nov 1993
All You Need To Know About Making Your Own Records

Some musicians and bands decide to take their future success into their own hands, by putting money into producing their own records. Tony Batchelor and Sue Silutoe take the mystery out of making your own CD, vinyl or cassette release, from initial Session Tape to final product.

Production Lines

Opinion | Sound On Sound, Dec 1993

Curiosity Killed The Cat's producer Glenn Skinner gets a few things of his chest this month.

Long time coming

Group: In Session

Interview | The Mix, Dec 1994

Adam Mosley chats about producing The Plot Thickens

 

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