This week I cover some microphone techniques and share my love for small guitar amps!
The aFrame is a beautifully hand-crafted instrument with a DSP heart for futuristic percussion performance. Or just slap it about for some interesting sound generation.
Greg Wells describes his latest ToneCentric plug-in for Waves as a "homage to the great analog gear that leaves a wonderful sonic footprint on your sound". Is this new effect genuinely useful or just shameless ...
8 years in the making, IK Multimedia have modelled every aspect of 12 iconic electric basses including how they are played. Will it make your bass-lines sounds any better?
The classic tube based overdrive pedal gets a makeover and yet loses a certain something integral to its original tone...
Here's the real official information on the DrumBrute, Arturia's kicking new analogue drum machine that makes ladies dance.
Here's some seriously free guitar tone for your DAW with bx_rockrack V3 Player - 8 amp models and 26 presets, just don't touch those dials.
It's a Minimoog! Sorry for the spoiler but someone had to say it out loud. The Legend is apparently the most meticulously analogue modeling of circuitry ever attempted. What do you think?
Based on the MS-20 filter the Korg Volca Kick can kick out some serious kick drum and sub bass sounds in a little box
The Shin-Juku Drive is based on the legendary Howard Dumble amp tone, his amps including the Overdrive Special, one of the most sought after pieces of guitar equipment around. Will this little green box get ...
Keeley announce their new Workstation pedal range fpr 2016. It all starts with the Tone Workstation which combines some classic pedals from their range into one unit.
Cloak Audio have just announce a new hand-built fuzz pedal: the Jackdaw. This pedal is not for the faint-hearted and has a unique 'cocked wah' vocal-like filter section.
Guitarists all love the phrase 'tone' and we all want those tones that we hear our favourite players getting. Whether it be searing leads, crystal cleans or texas sizzle.