Vol. XLI, No. 5
By Andrew King
They’ve faced some significant highs and lows of late, but one thing is for sure: Ian Thornley and Big Wreck have made one hell of a rock record that will do a lot of people proud.
By Steve Parton
Music history is full of stories of managers who saw something in artists that others overlooked, and found ways to build those artists into successful brands.
By Michael Raine
Why are musicians alarmingly prone to suffering from anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts, and what can be done about it at the individual and communal levels?
By Adam Gallant
Recording vocals is often the most important part of the record-making process. Here, we cover the broader concepts that surround capturing the human voice and a few details about the technical and creative sides.
ACTRA RACS, Artisti & MROC
IK Multimedia’s Axe I/O guitar-focused audio interface, Adam Audio T7V studio monitors & Rode’s PodMic & RodeCaster Pro podcasting tools
Guitar – Tim Morey
Keyboards – Daniel Wnukowski
Bass – Alex Fournier
Percussion – Stephane Chamberland
Woodwinds – Bill McBirnie
Brass – Paul Baron
Digital Music – David Abravanel
Vocals – Misha Bower
Writing – Leanne Hoffman
Recording – Kevin W Herring
Live Sound – Drew Robertson
Business – Leela Gilday
Cover Photo: (L-R) Dave McMillan, Ian Thornley & Chuck Keeping of Big Wreck by Nikki Ormerod