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July 2008
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July 2008

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DRUMS IN YOUR STUDIO

The world of drums and percussion is a wide, varied, and fascinating one. We bring you content on drum recording and mixing almost every month, but this July’s issue is a special one. We wander at will through the mysterious world of drums and percussion, and offer articles on working with a nervous drummer fresh from the road and in your studio, creating the best snare sound in your mix, combining live playing with loops to best effect, and even a quick look at miking that mysterious box of bang, the cajon.

We also offer 17 reviews in this issue, ranging from top-quality monitors by Focal to a tiny audio interface from CEntrance that puts high-end headphone amplification in your pocket.

All this plus our monthly columns, Song Production in Pro Tools with Mark Hornsby, Readers’ Tapes with Marty Peters, and much more. Whether you work with live drums, percussion, or loops, the July Recording will give you the tools you need to do it right!

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