Recording Equipment

Art of Programming Your Drums

September 17, 2011
drums

When a band performs, it is the vocalist and the one on the guitars were among the first to be noticed by the common audience. Drummers are given less attention. That’s what normally happens, until and unless you’re really into drums or you’re a musician. Also, if we were to check the ratio of individuals […]

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StudioBlade: The Workstation for Your Keyboard

July 23, 2011
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For all keyboard players out there, you might be looking for keyboard workstations for your gigs or recording needs. To help you figure out what best workstation will best suits your  needs let me share you the brand new line of keyboard workstations, the StudioBLADE™. The StudioBLADE™ series, powered by Intel® processors and 64-bit Windows […]

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Alesis DM7 USB Electronic Drum Kit Unveiled

June 14, 2011
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The DM7 USB kit is now available. It is the most capable kit in its price class is launched by Alesis is a leading manufacturer of professional audio electronics. The DM7 USB Kit is available now from musical instrument and pro audio retailers for only £459.99. The kit is consists of eight (8) natural feeling, […]

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Boss VE-20: A Vocalist Pedals

June 11, 2011
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Before stompboxes are for guitarists only, but lately vocalist had been using specialized pedals too to generate harmonies, correct their out of tunes and add reverbs as they sing. BOSS VE-20, a vocal processor different from the other DigiTech Vocalist range because it does not rely on guitar signals just like its counterparts. It is […]

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Faderfox FT3 – Review

June 6, 2011
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One of the emerging businesses today is the MIDI controllers because of the popularity of software being used in DJing and music production. The Market is dominated by famous and big names, but Faderfox is different. They are independent and wanting to stay that way since the company launched. Are they ready to compete with […]

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VOX VS-SSC55: Legacy That Remains Over The Years

June 1, 2011
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Back in the sixties Vox-branded guitars ruled the scene. Famous not only for their models but also those music legends who used them. In 1998, two designs were reissued. Both were used by rock band members like Brian Jones of The Stones and Ian Curtis of Joy Division. “It’s the sort of instrument that could […]

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Deeper Look at Clavia Nord Piano

April 26, 2011
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With a lot of kinds and varieties of piano now, what will help you determine what the best among the rest is?   This time we’ll examine how CLAVIA NORD PIANO differs among the others of its kind and help you determine why this will be on top of your list. We’ll start with overall […]

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What You Need to Start Producing Trance Music

April 3, 2011
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Initially, you don’t need much money to get started. If you have a good computer and some good music production software you’re ready to get it on. As a new producer, we have to assess what you can buy and what is necessary to cut off the cost. You can even start without giving out […]

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The Big Changes with Pro Tools 9

February 24, 2011
Pro Tools 9

Pro Tools 9 has some big changes coming your way, they have really done a number on the organization of the system and usability. Here is a listing of all the new features for you to expect with the newest version of Pro Tools. 1.) Better control of your I/O. The new version on pro […]

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Waves Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter

February 19, 2011
Aural Exicter Plugin

The Waves Audio company, is set to release an aphex aural exicter which will enhance the original sounds of the Aphex two tube units. This plugin will be bring back that popular dirty and warm guitar sound that is so familar to what we are familar with in the late seventies. This plug will emulate […]

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