Doktor Fell
England, ENGLA, UK  |  Rock / Experimental / Cinematica



Hello there

As you may be aware, I publish the free music-technology blogazine MuzoBlog and my latest post is a must-read if you're a muzo driving a digital-audio workstation into which Propellerhead Software's Reason can be ReWired (ie, most of them).


What's a blogazine? Well, I'm a music-gear nut, so I blog about it. And I'm a professional technology journalist with editor credits for such print magazines as Future Music, Total Guitar and Digital Music Maker.


Hence MuzoBlog, a freeview blogazine in which you'll find my views on, and reviews of, the tools used to make modern music, such as:


Latest version of the Props' DAW

Super-slick de-essing plug-in

Synth bundles for dance producers

Keyboard tutor with e-piano tones

Cinematic sounds for Kontakt


...and much more. Here's hoping you'll enjoy the blogposts and, if you're running a blog for a band or business, maybe my approach will provide inspiration when presenting your own outpourings.


Also, inevitably, MuzoBlog has a Facebook page that carries key music-tech news stories. If that sounds good and you want the headlines in your FB newsfeed, click the Like button at (do make sure to be signed into your personal FB account when you do - Likes arriving from Artist/Band Pages do not count).


Thanks for reading and here's wishing you all the best in music.


Doktor Fell


"Doktor Fell brings the listener to a whole new level of experimental music. His work is a mixture of funky beats, heavy rock elements such as distorted guitars and heavy drum pulses, and technological sounds. There are barely any vocals, which is good for movies in action, thrillers, and suspense" — Kevin Cabanayan, Stamp The Band

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