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    What are some good magazines to which I can subscribe, that will be applicable to home recording?
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    tapeop.com < free and amazing - all dedicated to home recording

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    I second Tap-Op! Great magazine!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grn
    tapeop.com < free and amazing - all dedicated to home recording
    +1. TapeOp mag is truely amazing... by far and away the highest content to ad space of any audio magazine published. Pros get as much from this rag as home recordists do.

    I'd also recommend Electronic Musician, and Mix.

    Mix may appear to have information about equipment and techniques that are more "pro" oriented, but most pro engineers, musicians, producers and publishers had humble beginnings, and every bit of info you can gleen along the way will be useful to you.

    Check out my band The Executives at www.theexecutivesmusic.com

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    I've always liked Tape Op and Sound On Sound, though the latter is a bit pricey.

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    I like Recording alot, and the music store down the streets sells old issues of them for $1. Can't beat that!

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    DEFINITELY subscribe to TapeOp. It's a great magazine. It's free! There's NO reason to not get it. I also like Recording Magazine (www.recordingmag.com).

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    Tape-Op and Sound on Sound.

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