The band Unkle Bob spent just under $400 to create this very cool video for their song "In My Head".
Remember when you found out that your favorite rock band had a bunch of empty cabinets on stage? Now we bring you a cheaper solution. From Gizmodo.
On par with many of fall’s familiar traditions, Taylor Guitars is readying one of its own – the release of its anticipated Fall Limited Edition models. This year’s Limiteds embody the extraordinary on several fronts: premium tonewoods led by figured mahogany and koa; new designs that include a deep-body Dreadnought and 12-fret Grand Auditorium; and fresh inlay concepts such as the “Twist,” “Pipeline,”
Celemony is proud to announce Version 1.2 of Melodyne editor, Melodyne assistant and Melodyne essential. The update brings full 64-bit compatibility and various optimizations. What lies behind 64-bit technology and what profit there is in it for software like Melodyne in particular are explained in a Celemony film. With Version 1.2, the new Melodyne generation joins the currently select ranks of plug-ins
Fender introduces the new and innovative Blacktop guitar series, which expands the sonic horizon of classic Fender Stratocaster®, Telecaster®, Jazzmaster® and Jaguar® guitars by powering them with high-gain humbucking pickups. The Blacktop series delivers on modern player demands for a thick and heavy sound, with guitars that drive a wide array of deep, rich and aggressive tones to match the intensity of
OK GO has created another fantastic video with some great choreography and it has all gone to the dogs.
The Pro Pack was created for discerning players who use a high volume of strings and is a great way for players and their families to get a jump start on the holiday gift-giving season.
Godin Guitars has several upcoming On the Road dates in collaboration with authorized dealers in Canada and the US. These dates include a stop at Simon Ripley’s Music & Art in Nashville TN for a Godin Guitar Workshop & Clinic, given by Godin National Sales Manager Mario Biferali. The clinic will go over the “ins & outs” of guitar building in Canada,
Fender releases the new Hot Rod III series amplifiers, featuring several upgrades based on player feedback – including improved speakers, enhanced circuits and revised cosmetic appointments – making the world’s most popular tube amps even better. Notorious for their affordability, reliability and ability to cut through onstage, the new Hot Rod III series includes the Hot Rod Deville™ 410 III, Hot Rod Deville 212 III, Hot Rod Deluxe™, Blues Junior™ III and Pro Junior™ III amps.
Until now, recording and mixing a band on 16 tracks to Native Pro Tools was a clunky prospect. You’d need an analog console or a rack of preamps for gain, DI boxes, a method for providing zero-latency headphone feeds to the players, a way to send and return outboard effects during the session/mix, volume control for your monitors, effects returns, Talkback and the IO for inserting analog compressors/EQs into your signal flow. What made it even more difficult was the re-patching you’d have to do in order to move between tracking, overdub, mixing and summing. This was because traditionally, Avid (formerly Digidesign), always kept the door shut on third-party interfaces, consoles and controllers offering Pro Tools LE and M-Powered users limited solutions for recording a larger band.