In the Studio: The Monks of Doom
Inside the 'Bronte Pin' Sessions
Inside the 'Bronte Pin' Sessions
All four parts of Holkenborg’s Studio Time series on scoring Tomb Raider are out now, and you can watch them below.
Recording The Shacks' New Album, 'Haze'
Interview: Jordan Rudess and Steve Horelick
Legendary late musician Prince revealed how he felt about collaborations with deceased artists 20 years before it happened to him at Super Bowl LII.
Interview: Jeff Rona
Electronic Musician's Guide to the Grammys
Singer-songwriter, synth builder, and DIY all the way
Composing for otherworldly environments, from Call of Duty to the Cassini mission
Berklee NYC's executive director has lofty goals for preserving an iconic studio, developing a sustainable music-business model and rethinking music technology education.
The AES president talks about new strategic directions for the society and how it finds strength in its membership
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Silver Apples of the Moon
An author and educator shares insights on ways technology is lowering barriers to music ed
The new wave legend talks about songwriting, collaborative production, and coming to terms with his early hits
Revisiting classic technology for new analog synths
Creating immersive audio for Sony's PlayStation VR game Farpoint
On his second solo album, Waiting on a Song, the Black Keys frontman pays tribute to Nashville's great songwriting tradition, with some help from his musical heroes.
Patricia Leroy on working with her father, Jean-Jacques Perrey
How Dren McDonald created the unique score for Gunman Taco Truck
Pushing the performance boundaries of tech, onstage and in the studio
An engaging talk about songwriting, influences, and his new rig for the Retro Futura tour
Moogfest creative director describes the themes and spirit behind this year's event
The Diva of the Diode rekindles her passion for synthesizers
'Snarky Puppy's keyboardists discuss playing, listening, and leaving each other creative space
The director of The Art of Listening invites to rediscover music
'Explorations in Just Intonation and Temperaments on the Keyboard
The international superstar talks about his first U.S. tour, his career and his approach to electronic music
The senior vice president of Pandora’s Music Industry Group shares essential information for artists who may benefit from the streaming service’s latest marketing tools
'Groove, Grace, and Late-Night Keys on The Tonight Show
'TY SEGALL makes his record the old-fashioned way with STEVE ALBINI
Thief Rockers return!
In our extended online interview, Steve Aoki speaks about the challenges of documenting his life, producing his upcoming 2017 album, Neon Future III, and his developing songwriting process.
The indie-punk drummer takes us inside Soundstr, his startup that's rethinking the way music venues negotiate performance licensing and royalties
'The hardcore Abletoneer produces thunderous bass music at the speed of lightning, educates the youth about music production, and finds time to develop live shows as a oneman crusade against DJing
'The making of Future Politics
'Inside the albums being honored on music’s biggest night
Harley Edward Streten (Flume) talks about putting pressure on himself, great monitors and how best to work with vocalists.
808: The Movie tells the story of the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer through music; the documentary's producer takes us inside this tribute to an iconic drum machine.
The most unlikely nominee for best rock song started as a soundtrack and ended by sampling Led Zeppelin.
For their third record, indie duo Sam France and Jonathan Rado aim for a vintage vibe, tracking and mixing to 2-inch tape in one of L.A.'s oldest studio spaces
In Between is a grim, but seriously gorgeous record that carries the torch for strong influences like the Velvet Underground and fulfills the band's long-held dream of making a "basement" record