MusicTech magazine is celebrating an important milestone this month with its 200th issue. It’s the biggest-ever edition of the magazine and comes complete with a 68-page in-depth Mixing Companion.
Originally launched back in 2003, MusicTech has become one of the industry’s most prominent magazines, and has also developed a vibrant community on social media and a large website audience.
During its 16 years on the shelves, MusicTech has been a vitally important publication for producers, engineers and music-makers looking to develop and hone their craft. This landmark issue firmly cements MT as a magazine to watch and at the top of its game.
Managing Editor Andy Price says: “It’s fantastic to reach such an astonishing number of issues, and I’m honoured to be part of the hard-working and dedicated team of writers and staff that produce it each month. In this increasingly web-focused era, building a print magazine that is crafted with such love, detail and creativity is something to be really proud of.”
The 200th edition is on sale from Thursday 17 October. Within the pages you will find the magazine’s Ultimate Freeware Guide, interviews with Pulp’s former bass player and Arcade Fire producer Steve Mackey and outboard hardware experts Black Lion Audio, as well as reviews of Behringer’s Odyssey and Roland’s JU-06A and much more – not least the Mixing Companion supplement, which contains detailed guides to core processes involved in shaping your mixes.
For more information, head to musictech.net