What you need now is a semi regular gig where you can do a little experimentation to fine tune what works and toss what doesn't. Simply put, you need a restaurant gig.
MAYHEM FEST ANNOUNCES HEAVIEST LINE-UP YET!
Rarely, if ever, have I seen much media coverage on what happens after the show.
There is nothing that I love more than listening to one of my favorite albums on a fantastic set of speakers.
As I mentioned in my last blog, I had quite a busy 2014 Winter NAMM. I started by headlining the kick off concert the night before the show,
Are you GUI? GUI – Gigging Under the Influence. Are you guilty?
The only thing worse than having a gig is being sick and having to perform anyway. I have suffered through this type of misery on more that one occasion.
The Deli's Stompbox Exhibit is a free, interactive, in-the-headphones display of guitar effect pedals
Live 2 Play Network's Jake Kelly introduction to the drop d tuning for the guitar.
Live 2 PLay Network's Jake Kelly shows how to achieve the drop d effect on the guitar without retuning.
The original SRM450 from Mackie was the first powered portable loudspeaker—hitting the marks with
continued from here or back to Stocking Stuffer introduction.
Mastering is the last creative step in your album project before you
Ask just about any guitarist about their first guitar, and they’ll most likely tell you it’s a miracle that they didn’t give up.
ICE AV Technology an international interactive and digital display innovation manufacturer, has launched
Copyright 2011 Many people confuse INSERT effects with SEND effects. What are they, and where do you place them in a DAW during a mixdown project?