Canadian Musician - November/December 2018

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November/December 2018 is Now Available

In this issue of Canadian Musician, our Editor-in-Chief Andrew King catches up with Shad on his return to rap with A Short Story About A War. 


You'll also read about The Appeal of Making Children’s Music. Writer Ryan Granville-Martin talk to artists known for their “grown-up” work that have taken to writing and performing for smaller audiences (in stature, at least).


Additional Features Include;

Debunking Fitness Myths for Musicians

By Mike Schwartz
Valuable tips from a music-oriented lifestyle tech on what it means to be fit, why fitness is crucial for musicians, and ideas for maintaining fitness on the road.


Right in the Mix, Our 2018 Drum & Percussion Special

By Andrew King
If variety is the spice of life, then this could be our punchiest drum and percussion special to date, with players for projects from jazz to metal, world music to rock, and far beyond.


In Indie Insider, Canadian Musician looks at "Lessons from a Country Music Star-Maker." and in this issues Road Test, you'll find A pair of highly portable subwoofers from QSC, Royer Labs’ most accessible ribbon mic to date, and a feature-rich looper from Electro-Harmonix




Departments Include;

First Take
CM Radio
Hot Gear

Columns Include;

Guitar – Peter Serravale
Keyboards – Jeff Heisholt
Bass – Joe Firstman
Percussion – Stephane Chamberland
Woodwinds – Daniel Schnee
Brass – Paul Baron
Digital Music – FWLR
Vocals – Melanie Brulée
Writing – Ben Kunder
Recording – Matt Rogalsky
Live Sound – Drew Robertson
Business – Lindsay Bailey & Melissa Arseniuk


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