The Score Magazine - October 2017
The Score Magazine - October 2017
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In this issue
Cover Story: Mithoon Sharma
Band of the Month: When Chai Met Toast
Articles: Indie Reviews, Making of the Didgeridoo, Tribal music instruments, Metal bands to watch out for in India, Musical Theater in India
Classical: Musical journey of Pandit Jasraj
Pro Audio: 5 top synthesizers for electronic music production, Live tracking a band, Beginner's guide to MIDI controllers, How to record acoustic guitars at home.
He took to music as fish takes to water, thanks to his rich legacy of music that runs through his bloodline. Mithoon Sharma believes in spreading the warmth of his heart by virtue of his melodious music. The 32-yearold composer, singer, arranger, lyricist is a multitalented icon to many young aspirants in the industry, merely not for nothing. He consciously avoids adhering to the popular adage, ‘work hard, party harder’ and rather prefers to ruminate over his creations in isolation. More of a thinker than a talker, his pondering, expressive eyes say it all. In conversation with Score, this tunesmith recollects his decade-long journey and shares about his musical genes, influence of Lakshmi-Pyare, degeneration of lyrics, guest composing, quest for new voices in the industry, musical barter with contemporaries, introduction to Indian cricket spinmaster Harbhajan Singh as a singer and many more on record.
When Chai Met Toast
The newest land from the land of coconuts, When Chai meet Toast had a chat with us about their music genre, what inspires them the most, upcoming projects and on their recent journey and more. The band takes inspiration from the lighter side of life to create music that is heart-warming, happy and smile worthy.
The Original Trance
A walk through the world’s oldest wind instrument with master and maker, Abhinav Deodhar and his Anandamide Didgeridoos
We dive into the Musical Journey and Repertoire of Sangeet Marthand
Tribal Music Instruments
Dance and music instruments have been a part of the tribal community since time immemorial. Indian tribal dance and music is tuned with the idea of the event whether it is social or ceremonial. The three most quintessential instruments in tribal music are two sorts of drums, one is called Tumda and the other Tamak, other than Tiriao or flute.
Live Tracking A Band In One Room
In a lot of scenarios, it so happens that the band may want to track live, either because multi-tracking is a more time-consuming process or because longer studio time may turn out to be too expensive for the band or simply because the band wants to record that way.
We take a tour inside one of the highly personalized studio spaces that follow international and futuristic specs. Ashwin Vinayagamoorthy talks about recording, production and more.
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