Some types of different music magazines<br />
<ul><li>Spin
Hip Hop
STRUMER
Billboard
Country
Cross Fade
Tracks
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Types of music mag codes and cons of fc-dps-c!!

  1. 1. Some types of different music magazines<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Spin
  3. 3. Hip Hop
  4. 4. STRUMER
  5. 5. Billboard
  6. 6. Country
  7. 7. Cross Fade
  8. 8. Tracks
  9. 9. Rock & Folk
  10. 10. X
  11. 11. Jazz time
  12. 12. Zero
  13. 13. Tempo
  14. 14. Bass Player
  15. 15. Chaser
  16. 16. X Vibe
  17. 17. Flash
  18. 18. Gigs
  19. 19. E
  20. 20. Hammer
  21. 21. The word
  22. 22. Classical FM
  23. 23. Sole Shine
  24. 24. No Depression
  25. 25. Rave
  26. 26. AP (Alternative Press)
  27. 27. Song writer
  28. 28. Paste
  29. 29. DJ
  30. 30. Edge
  31. 31. NME
  32. 32. Kerrang
  33. 33. We love pop
  34. 34. TOTP
  35. 35. Q
  36. 36. Classic Rock
  37. 37. Total Guitar
  38. 38. Mojo
  39. 39. Mixed Mag
  40. 40. Vibe
  41. 41. Froots
  42. 42. Classical music
  43. 43. Rock Legends
  44. 44. Rolling stone
  45. 45. Music
  46. 46. Guitarist
  47. 47. Future Music
  48. 48. Loops
  49. 49. Blurt
  50. 50. Bass
  51. 51. BPM
  52. 52. Scratch
  53. 53. Paste
  54. 54. Wire
  55. 55. Pop Mag
  56. 56. Clash
  57. 57. Under the radar
  58. 58. Blender
  59. 59. GQ
  60. 60. Cream</li></li></ul><li>Codes and conventions for the cover of a music magazine<br />
  61. 61. Images:<br /><ul><li>The Central image is a medium close up, used as the background of magazine.
  62. 62. The are smaller images placed around the masthead, mainly along the sides and bottom of the cover.
  63. 63. Images of famous people.
  64. 64. Most of them use direst address, which makes it more personal.
  65. 65. Many studio shots/Live performances shots.
  66. 66. Different facial expressions in the central image (The expression depends on the magazine genre)</li></ul>Layout:<br /><ul><li>Bar code on the right.
  67. 67. There are many cover lines limited to about 4-9. They are usually placed around the central image at the sides and the bottom
  68. 68. Most music magazines have an add at the top of the magazine.
  69. 69. Have the website somewhere on the cover, usually at the bottom.
  70. 70. Include a lot of graphics to highlight key points or important dates.
  71. 71. Special issues and offers
  72. 72. Specific mise-en-scene.
  73. 73. Simple layout for some.
  74. 74. Bars across top and bottom of magazine highlighted, which advertise music, gigs, concerts etc. </li></ul>Colour:<br /><ul><li>There is always a limited colour scheme of about 2-3 colours, which is related to genre and target audience. </li></ul>Masthead:<br /><ul><li>The mast head is always toward the top of the magazine mainly to the left.
  75. 75. Masthead links with the music and is alliteration of a music sound or musical thing.
  76. 76. Will always relate to the magazine genre.
  77. 77. Its stands out, very nice and bold.
  78. 78. Unique font.</li></ul>Font:<br /><ul><li>There are different fonts used but they are limited to about 3-5.
  79. 79. Although there are many different fonts used, none of them are the same as the mast head.
  80. 80. The font will generally link to the genre of the magazine. E.g. will be big bold and wild if it is for a heavy metal rock band.</li></li></ul><li>Codes and conventions for the Contents of a music magazine<br />
  81. 81. Images:<br /><ul><li>There is a wide variety of images around 3-9.
  82. 82. The images will usually have the page number on them.
  83. 83. There is always one central/main image. </li></ul>Layout:<br /><ul><li>Most contents pages will have three columns and one column will include all of the writing and the other two columns will include cover lines and pictures etc.
  84. 84. All have a header/title.
  85. 85. All have the date on them.
  86. 86. All have contents written on them.
  87. 87. Contact details E.g. address, number, fax etc.
  88. 88. Pages are grouped under headings which is either bolder or there are graphics around them.
  89. 89. All have advertisement E.g. what is next weeks issue.
  90. 90. There is the use of banners. Which will highlight important dates and important points.</li></ul>Colour:<br /><ul><li>The colours of the contents are limited like the contents.
  91. 91. The colour scheme will be the same as the front cover.</li></ul>Font:<br /><ul><li>The font colours will link with the masthead.
  92. 92. Headings are bold and bright, may have graphics around them.
  93. 93. Different use of font again around 3-5 different fonts.</li></li></ul><li>Codes and conventions for the double page spread of a music magazine<br />
  94. 94. <ul><li>There is usually a picture which takes up a full page.
  95. 95. Date and page number’s are at the bottom of the page.
  96. 96. By-line (article and photo).
  97. 97. Drop capital for first letter and article.
  98. 98. Main header/title – short and snappy.
  99. 99. Stand first - Bold paragraph underneath the main header/title but above the article.
  100. 100. Drop notes in big letters from story to stand out (exiting or controversial)
  101. 101. 11pt font
  102. 102. In formal mode or address to connect with the audience.
  103. 103. ¾ columns
  104. 104. Consistent colour scheme which relates to image.
  105. 105. Artists name bold and highlighted.</li>

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