With long-established, leading brands like Guitarist, Total Guitar and Guitar Techniques, Future is the biggest guitar and music-making publisher in the UK. We continue to lead the market through print and digital innovation as we look to target more musicians on a global scale.
Guitarist is the magazine for guitar aficionados, offering the world’s most authoritative guitar, amplifier and effects reviews, interviews with the biggest names in the industry and techniques lessons, tips and tricks plus exclusive audio and video content available for download.
Total Guitar is the definitive one-stop shop for all things guitar, appealing to a younger audience of players who want to know about the best new gear, improve their playing and rub shoulders with the biggest and best players in the world; delivered through a magazine and cover-mounted CD.
Guitar Techniques has established itself with highly proficient guitarists who want to become better musicians; delivering the best quality, most accurate music transcriptions and lessons via a combination of print, video and audio.
An ongoing app development strategy has seen the introduction of market-leading tutorial apps for the iPad. The Teach Yourself Guitar and the Learn Guitar Now series, are interactive teaching aids, built around video lessons, animated tab and backing audio to help players improve their technique. Each app offers comprehensive guides to the scales, licks, solos and chords associated with a range of different genres – from blues to acoustic and classic rock – teaching the styles of the world’s most iconic players.
MusicRadar.com, our flagship music-making website, attracts over 1.6 million visitors a month. In 2012 MusicRadar launched in the US and looks to expand throughout Europe in 2013 with a French edition launching in May 2013. With over 5,000 product reviews and market-leading tuition content, the site has become a key destination for musicians seeking buying advice, and those with a desire to improve their playing ability. MusicRadar allows visitors to form crucial buying decisions when visiting the site, which helps us drive commercial revenue from retail and manufacturing partners.
Bookazines and specials are an expanding area of Future’s music business. These products give us the opportunity to publish additional content through one-off magazines aimed at highly targeted audiences, taking a deeper look at specific topics or genres of music. .
This year, we’re actively testing new content, to exploit our expertise in helping players improve their skills and reach out to more musicians.
Country music and Ukuleles are just two of the areas we’ve expanded into over recent months, both topics published as part of our ongoing series of Play Guitar Now! specials – DVD tuition videos with an accompanying print guide.
We’re also looking to branch out into performance areas, again with a focus on musicians, but moving into vocals, song-writing and gigging, as well as new product development aimed at the beginner end of the market which is currently under-served.
Rhythm maintains its position as the UK’s number one drumming magazine. An authority on all things drumming, it extensively covers the latest equipment advice and reviews, has exclusive interviews with some of the most notorious and famous drummers in the world. The Learn To Play section with cover-mounted CD allows readers to emulate their heroes sound.
Future Music and Computer Music are the UK’s leading music production and music software magazines. The encyclopedia’s for music producers around the world, these unique magazines offer advice for the beginner to professional.
Future teamed up with international rock behemoths Green Day to produce an app-only interactive special. Featuring exclusive interviews with all three band members, new and unseen photography and 17 videos it is a must have for any Green Day fan and a new business development opportunity for Future.
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