Time was, in the '80s and '90s when dance music was so massively marginalised by mainstream culture (yeah, so what’s new?) that trying to get electronic music considered critically by the arbiters and curators of pop was hugely difficult.
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There are few names in the production world that enjoy the same status as SSL, who have been building some of the world’s most desirable studio equipment since the '70s from their base in Oxford. The reasons why so many ultra high-end studios choose SSL mixing consoles is that they sound amazing and perform flawlessly. So it is no surprise that most producers in the know lust after SSL desks.
The dates and a line up for the second ever London Electronic Music Event (LEME) have been announced.
The event, which takes place on 12-14th April 2013, at Shoreditch's Rich Mix space features essential panels and workshops for aspiring and pro musicians and those interested in the dance music industry.
Manchester's leading DJ & production school have teamed up with prominent Mancunian producer Marcus Intalex to offer scholarships.
Manchester Midi School, based on Bexley Square have been running courses since 1997. Now Manchester-born Intalex - who also produces techno as Trevino - has teamed up with the school to offer 12 month scholarships on their Music Production Diploma course.
Novation’s new Circuit Mono Station sits nicely with their new PEAK hybrid digital/analogue synth, the two synths together can be the makings of a very powerful music creation set up, especially when combined with the original Circuit groove box.