Canadian Musician - January/February 2019

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January/February 2019 is Now Available

In this issue of Canadian Musician, our Editor-in-Chief Andrew King speaks with USS just hours before they leave for a retreat in Antarctica. In Coming Full Circle - A Decade of USS,  Ash Buchholz says he couldn’t be happier, but that wasn’t the case when he and Jason“Human Kebab” Parsons united to make music over decade ago. Far from it, in fact.


You'll also find Get in the GameScoring & Composing for Video Games By Kevin Young

According to our panel of accomplished composers, pushing boundaries is integral to the process of writing music for games, and big success hides in the small details.


Additional Features Include;

Get the Call for Session Gigs By Ken Kelley
There is no shortage of musicians ready and willing to lend their talents supporting known artists – and who enjoy a comfortable living because of it

And our
2019 Focus on Music Education By Ken Kelley, Infinite Paths, Infinite Destinations

Successful Canadian artists and industry members weigh in on the subject of continual learning, how it has served them, and how others can benefit from their off - stage studies.


In Indie Insider, Canadian Musician looks at how to "Get FACTOR Funded"
and in Road Test we examine 
Steinberg’s Dorico Pro 2 scoring application, Ernie Ball’s Expression Series Tremolo pedal & STL’s Tonality Howard Benson guitar plug - in suite

Departments Include;

First Take
CM Radio
Hot Gear

Columns Include;

Guitar – Juan Coronado
Keyboards – Allysia Van Betuw
Bass – Jason Raso

Percussion – Jayson Brinkworth
Woodwinds – Daniel Schnee
Brass – Paul Baron
Digital Music – DJ Vekked
Vocals – Scott Henderson
Writing – Erin Costelo
Recording – Noah Mintz
Live Sound – Jay Thompson
Business – Blair Patton


In addition, you'll find great coverage of events, classifieds, new products and more.
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