By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 13, 2009
When I found this information, I couldn't help but share it with you!
Earlier this week I came upon a video (above) that rhymes off a number of audio magazines that may be of use to you when recording and producing voice overs.
Read on for links to some of the magazines mentioned in this video and for more information about how to get them.
In the video accompanying this article, John Lay, Director of Career Services at the New England Institute of Art, takes a gander at some of the free magazine resources for audio engineering students who attend Audio Engineering Society conventions.
For those of you unfamiliar with this institution, The New England Institute of Art offers a Bachelors of Science degree in Audio and Media Technology, perhaps something you may be interested in.
à¹ Elektor - Electronics Worldwide
à¹ Church Production
à¹ Sound on Sound
à¹ Voice Coil (Not about the voice)
à¹ Mix Magazine
à¹ Pro Gear
à¹ AES Daily
à¹ Pro Audio Review
à¹ Canadian Musician
à¹ Music Pro
à¹ Recording Magazine
à¹ Multimedia Manufacturer
à¹ Systems Contractor News
à¹ Tape Op
à¹ Digital Content Producer
à¹ EPD - Event Production Directory
à¹ Electronic Musician
à¹ Audio Express
à¹ Music Connection
à¹ Sound and Communication
FYI: The next AES convention takes place October 9th through 12th, 2009 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY. Check out the 127th AES Convention calendar here.
If you do, leave a comment! If you read an audio magazine that isn't mentioned here, be sure to comment and let us know about it.
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