Goodnight, L.A.: The Rise and Fall of Classic Rock--The Untold Story from inside the Legendary Recording Studios Goodnight, L.A.: The Rise and Fall of Classic Rock--The Untold Story from inside the Legendary Recording Studios
Soft / Music Magazines 26-09-2017
A behind-the-scenes journey through the rise and demise of the '70s and '80s classic rock era

Before disco, punk, hair metal, rap, and eventually grunge took it all away, the music scene in Los Angeles was dominated by rock 'n' roll. If a group wanted to hit it big, L.A. was the place to be. But in addition to the bands themselves finding their footing, their albums also needed some guidance.
Future Music - Autumn 2017 Future Music - Autumn 2017
Soft / Music Magazines 23-09-2017
Future Music brings you the most in-depth news and reviews from respected industry professionals. We'll also give you all the advice you need to get the most from your current set-up, and interviews with musicians at the cutting-edge of technology
MusicTech - October 2017 MusicTech - October 2017
Soft / Music Magazines 23-09-2017
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.
Electronic Musician - October 2017 Electronic Musician - October 2017
Soft / Music Magazines 20-09-2017
Electronic Musician is not merely a recording magazine but covers all aspects of music production—performance, recording, and technology, from studio to stage. EM finds the top artists and producers – as well as all the musical trendsetters – and gets them to advise, mentor, and detail their craft. Each issue gives you the tools you need to make better music, from production to performance. Plus tips and techniques, gear reviews, and insights from today’s top artists.
Blues Guitar Chords and Accompaniment Blues Guitar Chords and Accompaniment
Soft / Music Magazines 15-09-2017
"Blues Guitar Chords and Accompaniment” is the ultimate guide for learning how to play guitar accompaniment in blues, one of the oldest and most popular forms of American music. Staring with such basics as tuning, music notation, and chord theory, the book guides you step by step through a variety of basic open chords, strumming patterns, and accompaniment styles, along with numerous techniques involved in blues rhythm guitar. Throughout the book, you’ll find easy-to-follow diagrams, ample music examples and exercises, and various blues riffs and sample songs.
Music Theory 101: From keys and scales to rhythm and melody, an essential primer on the basics of music theory Music Theory 101: From keys and scales to rhythm and melody, an essential primer on the basics of music theory
Soft / Music Magazines 14-09-2017
Learn the basics of music theory in this comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide.

From classical to hard rock, and jazz to hip hop, music is constantly evolving, but many of the basics have stayed the same. Understanding these basics is key to becoming a successful musician and well-rounded music lover.
Computer Music Specials October 2012 PDF Computer Music Specials October 2012 PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 13-09-2017
Computer Music Specials is a bi-monthly magazine from the creators of Computer Music. Computer Music Specials help you get to grips with wide ranging music topics, including top production techniques, sampling, popular software, sequencers, and tips on how to make it in the music industry. Computer Music Specials surrounds you in musical knowledge and inspiration from all genres, whether you DJ or play guitar and no matter your level, you'll find invaluable tips to help you create your best music yet. 
Signal Analysis of Hindustani Classical Music Signal Analysis of Hindustani Classical Music
Soft / Music Magazines 13-09-2017
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the basics of Hindustani music and the associated signal analysis and technological developments. It begins with an in-depth introduction to musical signal analysis and its current applications, and then moves on to a detailed discussion of the features involved in understanding the musical meaning of the signal in the context of Hindustani music. The components consist of tones, shruti, scales, pitch duration and stability, raga, gharana and musical instruments. The book covers the various technological developments in this field, supplemented with a number of case studies and their analysis. The book offers new music researchers essential insights into the use the automatic concept for finding and testing the musical features for their applications. Intended primarily for postgraduate and PhD students working in the area of scientific research on Hindustani music, as well as other genres where the concepts are applicable, it is also a valuable resource for professionals and researchers in musical signal processing.

Fretboard Secret Handbook Fretboard Secret Handbook
Soft / Music Magazines 13-09-2017
★ 10 minutes to memorize scale, note position on guitar by this private secret way
★ Combines Intervals, Chords, Arpeggios, Modes and Practice to let you play freely
★ 38 examples & licks to enhance your playing technique & scale graphic
With Passionate Voice: Re-Creative Singing in Sixteenth-Century England and Italy With Passionate Voice: Re-Creative Singing in Sixteenth-Century England and Italy
Soft / Music Magazines 13-09-2017
Musicians in the 16th century had a vastly different understanding of the structure and performance of music than today's performers. In order to transform inexpressively notated music into passionate declamation, Renaissance singers treated scores freely, and it was expected that each would personalize the music through various modifications, which included ornamentation. Their role was one of musical re-creation rather than of simple interpretation–the score represented a blueprint, not a master plan, upon which they as performer built the music. As is now commonly recognized, this flexible approach to scores changed over the centuries; the notation on the page itself became an ostensible musical Urtext and performers began following it much more closely, their sole purpose being to reproduce what was thought to be the composer's intentions. Yet in recent years, scholars and performers are once again freeing themselves from the written page–but the tools for doing so have long been out of reach.