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mercredi 22 mai 2019, 20:42
To celebrate the label's 20-year history, owner Ian Boddy is making seven of the DiN sampler albums available for free download (name your price) on the DiN Bandcamp site. See news for details.
Rock the latest tunes from Andy Gill, Chai, Reignwolf, and more!
Discover how a critical difference between a self-contained guitar amp and a component rack system affects dynamic response and feel.
Read about many of the new products launched at this year's show and watch the full-length video reports...
mardi 21 mai 2019, 20:07
This handmade optical trem features several different LFO settings.
Cage the Elephant’s Nick Bockrath joins us in riffing on our current top players and musical fixations.
Choose your headstock and WIN a Discovery Series Guitar from Breedlove
Designed to faithfully reflect the PRS model that started it all.
We take the maple-capped, ’bucker-splitting, ebony-boarded 24-fretter for a spin, PG-style!
The Suicide Swans decided to record their third album, ‘la Jungla’, differently – they used an ‘all analogue’ process but without all the analogue equipment. The album’s engineer Benjamin Lancaster tells us how they did it. Story: Benjamin Lancaster Artist:...
In a moment of gear epiphany, Jonathan Burnside discovered Spectra 1964’s V610 Complimiter. Impressed and intrigued by how well this very old technology solved a very modern problem, he chatted with Spectra 1964’s co-owner Bill Cheney about the V610, the history of...
In Part 1 of this two-part series, producer/engineer Nick Franklin reveals his dirty little secret: running a studio is a business. Here he explains how he stays in business thanks to the right tools. Story: Nick Franklin With sole traders making up a whopping 61 percent of...
MARCEL GNAUK: FREE TO USE SOUNDS     Greg Simmons talks to the prolific Marcel Gnauk, co-founder of Free To Use Sounds. With no background in audio, Marcel started recording sounds and giving them away on the internet. Now he makes a living from it. Story: Greg Simmons It...
SoundAcoustics owner, James Bellew, shows us how he made over the studio of our #treatmyroom competition winner with Australian-made acoustic treatment. Story: Mark Davie Last year AudioTechnology ran an Instagram competition with SoundAcoustics called Treat My Room. We...
DDMF PluginDoctor exposes all the engine room secrets of your plug-ins. Revealing a few charlatans along the way. Column: Martin Walker People quite rightly say that you should mix with your ears and not your eyes, yet I’m still a firm believer that understanding some of...
The hyper-competent new iMacs are the Apple desktop workhorse. But where’s the next fully customisable Mac? Column: Brad Watts I’ll confess to being a bit of a snob when it comes to the iMac. I suppose that derives from witnessing the very first iMacs inveigl their way...
Yamaha Australia wanted to prove the average venue can get into spatial audio for the price of a conventional PA. So it built a system to prove it. Story: Mark Davie It wasn’t perfect conditions; outdoors on a sweltering 40-degree day, with the slatted roof of...
lundi 20 mai 2019, 22:00
This raunchy, oscillating-octave fuzz wants you to do naughty, naughty things.
Of course not. But he sure makes it sound good.
Just say no to expressive tap dancing—at least on or around your pedalboard.
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