MusicTech Focus Magazine

MusicTech Focus Magazine

By MagazineCloner.com Limited

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-07-29
  • Current Version: 4.10.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 10.45 MB
  • Developer: MagazineCloner.com Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 48 Ratings

Description

MusicTech Focus is the high quality, special edition magazine from the publishers of MusicTech. Each issue takes a leading music production software package or key technique, and dedicates 132 pages to giving the reader practical, hands-on information to master the subject. MusicTech Focus takes the very best of MusicTech's normal software or technique coverage, and adds brand new workshops, interviews and hardware round-ups to give readers the complete guide to that subject. The guides can be bought separately in-app or multiple guides can be purchased at reduced bundle prices. The guides available inside this app are as follows: -Ableton Live 8 -Cubase 4 -Cubase 5 -Guitar Tech -Guitar Tech v.1 -Logic Pro 9 -Logic Pro 9 v2 -Mastering v1 -Mastering v2 -Mixing -Native Instruments -Pro Tools -Reason -Reason 5 -Recording -Masterclass Recording and Production -Synthesis -------------------- This is a free app download with paid content within. The current issue, back issues and future issues can be purchased within the app. Subscriptions are also available within the application. When a recurring subscription is purchased the latest issue will become available to download immediately. Available subscriptions are: 6 months: £8.99/ US$ 11.99 [2 issues] 12 months: £16.99/ US$ 22.99 [4 issues] -The subscription will renew automatically unless cancelled more than 24 hours before the end of the current period, you will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for the product. -You may turn off the auto-renewal of subscriptions through your Account Settings, however you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period. -Payment will charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when a subscription to that publication is purchased Bundles of single issues can be also be bought within the application. To use purchased credits, simply click on the issue price and select ‘use credit’. This allows you to purchase back issues at reduced prices. Users can register for/ login to a pocketmags account in-app. This will protect their issues in the case of a lost device and allow browsing of purchases on multiple platforms. Existing pocketmags users can retrieve their purchases by logging into their account. We recommend loading the app for the first time in a wi-fi area so that all issue data is retrieved. If your app will not load past the splash page after a first install or an update please delete and reinstall the app from the App Store Help and frequently asked questions be accessed in-app and on pocketmags. If you have any problems at all please do not hesitate to contact us: help@pocketmags.com -------------------- You can find our privacy policy here: http://www.pocketmags.com/privacy.aspx You can find our terms and conditions here: http://www.pocketmags.com/terms.aspx

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Reviews

  • Great mag!

    4
    By DJTing1
    It might be one of the best music technology magazines I've had in a long time. Very informative and very easy to read.
  • Same info always - takes ages to release new issues

    2
    By orangesider
    Not sure if this is part of Future, but you can see they don't spend much time on it, or rather they out their energy on the wrong subjects to release their specials. For the past 3 years you get the same... Learn logic, learn live, the only thing they change is the number of the year. Nothing about other techniques, or daws. In addition, they take ages to release a new issue of the same, again, when it is not logic it's live. I haven't seen an issue on cubase in years. Boring magazine and expensive for what you get.
  • Great Information- bargain price

    4
    By bamboof
    I ALWAYS learn something new and worthwhile from each issue. The "import" newsstand price here in the US is roughly 4-5 times the price of the iPad version. Good deal!!
  • Love the app & material, but...

    1
    By Ze Bender
    Have to give it one star until they update The app and make the most recent issues available. Why else would I subscribe? The new music tech focus has been out for a couple of weeks now and still not available on the app. What's the deal?
  • Music tech focus

    5
    By Thidges
    By far best music producing mag. Great Ableton articles but also their hardware and virtual instruments, VST's reviews always interesting and in general spot on.!!! Great magazine Thijs
  • Awesome Mag

    5
    By FrankKeyC
    The content provided in these mags is nothing short of excellent. All of the information is useable immediately. I can't think of a better way to stay current on music tech.
  • Just a pdf

    1
    By joost4u
    This is just a converted pdf, too small to read comfortably on the ipad. i am constantly zooming and panning. i generally like the info provided but cant stand reading it on the ipad
  • Bad update

    1
    By georgelegeriii
    Well, this update simply doesn't work. Trying to restore my older purchases crashes the app, as does trying to even open the options (this after trying to reset things by deleting and reinstalling the app a number of times). Great magazine, terrible app...
  • Very useful!

    5
    By NicoleLashea
    This mag is very useful for want ever DAW you use.
  • Needs More Focus

    3
    By jareichow
    The app works fine, no issues. This review is for the magazine itself. The subject matter is usually well chosen to my liking attracting me to purchase the articles. It seems like I am usually disappointed with the article depth. My understanding is that this mag should be for a more in depth look at techniques. If all the articles are going to consist of 101 content depth such as putting new strings on your guitar and tuning your instrument between takes this mag should be renamed to Musictech 101 and priced accordingly. I will probably continue to purchase select issues as I can usually get one useful tip out of it.

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