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Editor’s Note: Why Subscribe?

Geary Yelton

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Why should you subscribe to our email newsletter when you could simply read Synth and Software on the web?

Publishing a successful web-based magazine is full of challenges. One challenge is answering the inevitable question, why subscribe to the magazine and email newsletter? Synth and Software is on the web for free, so why should you take the leap of faith necessary to hand over your name and email address?

The best reason to subscribe to our email newsletter is because you want keep up with the latest content from some of the most experienced and respected authors and editors from the world of synths and software.

Although Synth and Software is still brand new, our writers have collectively contributed many hundreds of articles to Electronic MusicianKeyboardMixRemix, and numerous other well-respected magazines for musicians and audio professionals.

We have decades of experience creating and publishing content about electronic music gear and software, and we want to keep doing it. But times have changed, and most musicians don’t subscribe to print magazines like they used to.

It isn’t easy for corporate media to adapt to change. Rather than wait for them to catch up, though, we’re taking a different approach. A free online magazine is how we strike back at the traditional, corporate-owned print magazine business and prove there are newer and better ways of doing things as the internet matures.

If anyone believes the only way a magazine for electronic musicians can survive is with paid subscriptions, please, help us prove them wrong. Subscribe to our newsletter, and please encourage your friends to subscribe.

Synth and Software is dedicated to helping you become a better electronic musician. We want you to get involved and tell us what you want to see in our pages. We want your input on how Synth and Software evolves. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: we’re all in this together.

We’ll never share your name and email address with anyone else. That’s a promise.

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