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Sound on Sound is a monthly music technology magazine published by SOS Publications Group, based in Cambridgemarker, UKmarker. The magazine includes product tests of electronic musical performance and recording devices, and interviews with industry professionals.

History

The magazine was founded by brothers Ian and Paul Gilby and launched in 1985 on the UK Channel 4 television programme, The Tube. At the time of its launch, text for the magazine was edited on BBC Model B computers and pages were physically pasted together with wax. The modern magazine is full-colour throughout and led the way in using colour as much as possible through its pages when other magazines used colour only for the front cover and special features. The magazine is primarily aimed at the recording studio market and the home recording enthusiast. It is currently also published in a US edition, and since 2008 it has a sister magazine, Performing Musician, covering all aspects of live performance.

Editorial staff

As at April 2007, the main editorial staff are:-

  • Editor-in-Chief Paul White
  • Technical Editor Hugh Robjohns
  • Publisher Dave Lockwood
  • Features Editor Sam Inglis
  • Reviews Editor David Glasper
  • Reviews Editor Matt Houghton
  • News Editor Julian G Harding
  • Production Editor Debbie Poyser
  • Editorial Assistant Chris Korff


  • Managing Director Ian Gilby


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