Music magazines: which are your favourites
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    Default Music magazines: which are your favourites

    Hey everybody, I was glancing over the magazine stand and noticed all the different music magazines. It was hard to determine which one would be best. Future music really caught my eye seems like it's fulll of nice tips and tricks for production. What are your particular preferences?

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    A while ago I had a subscription of Electronic Musician that I enjoyed reading.

    To be honest, there was never really an article that caused me to have some kind of breakthrough realization about anything or drastically improve my production skills, but it was still interesting.

    But still, it's cool to read about new gear, interviews with musicians, all that stuff. All in all, if I had the cash laying around, I would buy a subscription again.
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    I enjoy reading DJ magazine, you can get an iPhone app or PDF subscription now which is cheaper than the print mag.
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    I get Computer Music, and quite dig it. Same w/ Lambox: no sudden moments of realization, but it's got a nice DVD attached to it w/ samples, and they do explain the pros and cons of a lot of gear/software that I'd otherwise probably never hear of.

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    I enjoy Computer Music too.
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    A little OT but still related, DJTT should put out a magazine. With the wealth of knowledge that has built up here, it would be a cake walk....maybe

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