Synths can have a pretty steep learning curve. Here are a couple of tips for creating great sounds right from the get-go.
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Dave Southen’s one-man guitar-based charity ups his game
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The Grammy award-winning engineer/producer unlocks the secrets to capturing acoustic and electric guitar sound that sits well in the mix
How to choose the right instruments to help your children embark on a lifetime of playing pleasure
By Marty Paule
Randall’s roots go back to the earliest days of hard rock and heavy metal and its nameplate has become synonymous with plaster-shattering, high gain amp tone. The brand was founded in 1970 by Don Randall, a lifelong audio gear head, who for a time worked with Leo Fender and coined the names for some of Fender’s most illustrious products. Randall carved out its own niche in the 1970s and ‘80s by becoming a mainstay in the backline of rock’s hardest-charging guitarists.
Discover how the sonic character of various wood types helps shape the sound of acoustic and electric guitars
Pomplamoose rocks the house at The Fillmore in San Francisco on the way to discovering how financially rocky the the road can be. Photo by Kassie Borreson.
Anatomy of an indie band’s 28-day tour that grossed $136,000 and left them $12,000 in the hole
Whether you’re shopping for a child or an experienced musician, learn the secrets to picking out the perfect musical gift this Christmas.
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