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Our latest edition features a special report on the changes taking place at Abbey Road, and we get the inside track on SSE’s acquisition of Capital Sound.
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The September issue of PSNEurope is out now, available in print and digital formats.

Our latest issue is a studio special, featuring an extensive interview with Abbey Road’s head of brand and marketing, Mark Robertson, who takes us inside the ‘new era’ being ushered in at the hallowed London facility. We also speak with London-based independent studio Snap! which continues to attract major international clients whilst retaining its indie status, while revered engineer and producer Wes Maebe reflects on his stellar career to date. Plus, Phil Ward sits down for an in-depth chat with pro audio pioneer Eddie Veale, as his legendary business celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Elsewhere, we speak at length with the senior teams at SSE and Capital Sound to get the inside track on the former’s recent acquisition of the latter, while PLASA managing director Peter Heath discusses what’s in-store for the recently resurrected exhibition.

We also heard from Swiss artist and producer Sophie Hunger on the making of her latest record Molecules, while the forefathers of the UK grime explosion discuss the production techniques that created one of the most vibrant genres in decades.

So, be sure to subscribe for your print copy here (it’s free) or read the latest issue here.

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