We’re very interested in publishing articles by other writers, weather you be just starting out or a seasoned journalist. The idea of the site is to publish music theory and technology articles in a way that other sites don’t.

We don’t have any ads, sponsorship or monetisation, so we don’t feel the need to jump on news trends, click-bait or tutorials on whatever the latest en vogue vst synth is (unless it’s actually really interesting), and although we might get around to covering something that’s been written about a zillion times, hopefully we cover it in a way that’s new, refreshing and different to how it’s been talked about before.

How to Pitch

If you want to discuss publishing something just get in contact and let us know what you want to write about and perhaps include a short example 200 words. We can help with the editing once it’s submitted.

Topics we’re interested in are:

  • DAWs: We Love Ableton and Logic but are looking for Cubase, Pro Tools and Reason too. example.
  • Max/MSP, Max4Live, Reaktor, OSC: Anything that doesn’t fit in the above that perhaps leans more towards programming. example.
  • Modular Synthesis, DIY, hardware: Who doesn’t have a mild fetish for these topics? example.
  • Music Theory: We’re interested in bringing a fresh approach to it, not stuffy or elitist but without compromising content. example.
  • Case Studies: Want to deconstruct a song? We love these. example.
  • How To’s: There’s nothing like a thorough set of well written instructions. example.
  • Lists: Top 8 flangers for under £50? Would love to hear about them. example.
  • Anything else?: We’re pretty broad-minded, and so long as it’s fits somewhere, we’ll find a place for it.

We’re particularly interested in getting regular Reason, guitar theory/technique, mixing, Reaktor and DIY musician writers. If this is you, let us know!

Comments, Corrections, DMCA and Miscellaneous

If you’re interested in either submitting an article or discussing anything — comments, corrections, criticisms, DMCA or anything of the sort — please get in contact.

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