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    hey I want to subscribe to a home recording/pro audio mag, but I don't know which one to choose, any suggestions? Which ones would gove more help to intermediate guys, thanx
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    I'd recommend :

    Tape Op (free; great mag)
    Mix (free to "pros"; very good mag)
    Electronic Musician (free to "pros"; good mag)

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    What do you me by free to the pros?

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    If you work in the industry, it's "on them" (actually, on the advertisers that are hoping that you buy their stuff).

    John Scrip - www.massivemastering.com

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    Tape Op and Sound on Sound.

    SOS is a UK mag which will be more expensive but for the home recordist it blows away the USA mags IMO. They have comprehensive gear reviews.

    Get Tape Op no matter what, great mag.

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    Cool

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    Originally posted by Massive Master
    If you work in the industry, it's "on them" (actually, on the advertisers that are hoping that you buy their stuff).

    John Scrip - www.massivemastering.com
    You mean I've been paying all this time for nothing????? How do you get in on that deal???????????

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    It's free, I believe, to anyone except for Canadians.

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    Geez, Blue Bear - I never thought about that... Well, actually I did once...

    Yeah, they kill you with the postage up there, eh?

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    Recording is a good magazine. Lots of helpful info in there.

    Personally, I like MIX magazine. I think its probably geared more towards the high end, pro level studio. Not that I have one, but I like reading about them.

    They always seem to have great articles by hot-shit famous AE's too, and its nice to gleen whatever you can from their ramblings.
    [SIZE=3][COLOR=RoyalBlue][FONT=Garamond][b][i]"Nobody digs ya music, butcha self"[/i][/FONT][/COLOR][/b][/SIZE]

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