Head Voice is a substantial and old-school-style new zine focused on creative musical pursuits and unorthodox sound production.
It’s published by musicians Donovan Quinn, Ben Chasny and James Toth who want to target people intrigued by the imaginative ingenuity behind audio recordings, and is created from the threads of a thousand conversations between recording musicians concerning the creative, non-technical aspects of sound recording.
While the world seems to be overflowing with tips and tricks concerning how-to-do-this and how-to-do-that, Head Voice is more interested in the joy of recording while keeping in mind the primacy of the music. Dogmatic opinions about the ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ ways to create and record music – in both the analog and digital realm – tend to obscure and even dismiss the intuitive approaches that have been utilised to create art since the dawn of recorded time. Such strategies are often as unique, idiosyncratic and individual as the artists who implement them, and these are the corners Head Voice wishes to explore and share, both as a resource and inspiration.
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