Which initially I thought would be really interesting, but having taken a look at the page they’ve put up I’m none the wiser as to what it is that they want to achieve. Having said that, the video’s quite nice.
So you make what you will of it. You can take a look here.
If you’re making music on iOS or on Android for that matter then it’s a fair bet that you’re into electronic music. I think that’s a reasonable assumption, and if you’re into electronic music then I think you’re going to like this magazine.
I’ve just bought the launch paper edition and it is really lovely. I was so keen to get a copy of it that I actually tried 6 different branches of WH Smiths in London, and even then I couldn’t find a copy. So I bought mine online at the Electronic Sound Magazine site and it was really straightforward.
There were a number of reasons why I wanted to give Electronic Sound a go, not least because of who’s on the front cover, but also because the cover CD looked great, and I can tell you that it sounds even better. In fact there are some really cracking tracks on that CD, I’m so pleased that I got it.
As for the magazine it’s great. It’s really well designed and laid out and the content is spot on. I can’t think of a better magazine, it suits me down to the ground.
It’s a UK based magazine which I know won’t work for everyone, but each edition is available electronically and even on iOS too, so you can try it out very simply and cheaply.
I can’t recommend this magazine enough. I love it. I expect to be talking about it for a while.