Audio-Technica’s wireless headphone technology is state-of-the-art, providing quality sound and a superb...
Boasting a wide range of studio and live microphones covering just about every application, sE Electronics is...
Meters know how to produce quality tone in all of their audio products, and their OV-1 headphones are no...
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We’ve been working on building some technique and speed over the last few issues, and we’ve also talked about alternate picking...
I can still remember warehouse parties in the 90s when getting to a big, almost empty venue early in the night not only meant you...
Slayer have helped define, popularise and elevate the genre of thrash metal since their formation in 1981. At the heart of that...
It’s an old conversation, but how many people really understand the difference between dynamic and condenser microphones?...
Though it began as a solo recording project for Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters have evolved to become one of the biggest bands on...
This month we look at more riff based ideas utilising displacement, rhythms, open strings and syncopation. Remember that a good...
The colossal amount of free VST plugins on the web is both awesome and frustrating. There’s some really good stuff out there, but...
We have spoken before about electric guitar pickups but acoustic pickups are a different prospect entirely, so it makes sense to...
You would have to have been living under a rock for the past ten years to not have realised that the small valve amp movement has...
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have conquered the world, it belongs to them now. These days the seven armed rock band spend...
Following on from last month, we’ve got some more ideas to build technique and facility this issue. Everyone’s different in their...
“I don’t play any other instruments, I’m just into drums.” It’s a common sentiment, and whilst it’s not the wrong approach, there...
Carrying on from last month’s look at NAMM 2017, we never got to discuss some of the things going on in the keyboard and synth...
Bringing together a few of the concepts we’ve talked about in recent months – displacement, rhythms, and intervals, I thought it...
Kim Deal’s chunky percussive bass playing was such an integral part of the Pixies’ sound that if it were removed it would have...