Future Music May 2018 Issue 330

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Published 5th April

Working with vocals can be tricky. Whether it’s a short sampled hook, a full recorded lead vocal or a remix acapella, the quality, clarity and tone of the vocal line can leave a lasting impression on the listener and define how they hear your track. Fear not though, in this issue's cover feature we've loads of tips and techniques to help you get the most out of your vocal material, from mixing essentials to out-there creative ideas.

Also this issue, Hotflush-boss Scuba tells us about the hardware behind his debut album under his SCB alias, UK producer Mumdance explains the origins of his new Akai-inspired Eurorack module, and Daniel Avery talks us through the creation of his excellent new album Song for Alpha. Then, on video, R&B icon Alexander O’Neal tells us about reworking his classic Criticize, 30 years on from its original release.

Plus, we’ve our full verdict on Elektron’s killer new FM synth, Digitone, Teenage Engineering’s latest Pocket Operators, the latest update to Bitwig Studio and more!