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Before we get to what's happening in our October 2012 issue, we'd like to share with you an email we received in commemoration of this, our 25th Anniversary:
Congratulations to Recording magazine on this milestone! I'd like to give a special nod to my friends Lorenz, Mike, and the entire staff of Recording for a job well done, but also to the tens of thousands of Recording readers, who during the past quarter-century turned to this amazing resource as they honed their skills in the art and science of audio production. Thanks for a great job, and here's to 25 more years of success. You guys rock!
-George Petersen, noted audio author/journalist/producer and editor of Front Of House Magazine
We're proud to be celebrating our Silver Anniversary with our readers, and proud that respected professionals like George (longtime editor of Mix) are sharing our celebration with us with such kind words. But as nice as the kudos can be, there's a lot more to the October 2012 issue of Recording: a special issue for the AES Convention with an emphasis on Mixing.
Experienced mixers who'd like to hear about the tricks and tools of an established pro will get a lot from Scott Petito's article on his mixing methods, used to create a long list of award-winning albums. And novices just getting their feet wet will appreciate our look at the basics of mix theory by respected engineer and educator Joe Albano. We interview A-list Los Angeles songwriter/producer Celeste Lear, and learn a bit about how she bring her own special magic to her productions.
This issue also offers a slate of impressive reviews, from AEA's amazing KU4 directional ribbon mic and the handmade-with-love Edwards Audio Research LE-10 mic preamp to products from Dangerous Music, Grace Design, Mojave Audio, Nomad Factory, PreSonus, Roland, Slate Digital, and Toontrack -- over a dozen products in all!
The issue wraps up with Recording Fundamentals with an in-depth look at signal flow in the studio, Readers' Tapes with Marty Peters, our usual monthly columns... and, yes, a 25-year retrospective on the recent history and possible future of recording technology. But one thing about the future is certain: for excellent recording content, the choice is -- as it always has been -- Recording: The Magazine For The Recording Musician!
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