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EarthQuaker Hoof Reaper Octave Fuzz Pedal

EarthQuaker Hoof Reaper Octave Fuzz Pedal

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Expert Review: EarthQuaker Hoof Reaper Octave Fuzz Pedal

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By Chris Loeffler

EarthQuaker Devices has been churning out some of the most creative effects around, so when they do something as "simple" as a fuzz people tend to take notice. Combining their iconic EarthQuaker Devices Hoof Fuzz and EarthQuaker Devices Reaper Fuzz into a 9v powered enclosure, the EarthQuaker Devices Hoof Reaper Fuzz adds an independent octave circuit and allows for up to seven different fuzz combinations running in a serial path.

Expert Review: Rode NT1 Studio Condenser Microphone

Expert Review: Rode NT1 Studio Condenser Microphone

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This article previously appeared on Harmony Central—your information source for making better music.

By Phil O’Keefe

The original Rode NT1 was first released in 1995. An updated version, the NT1-A, was released a couple of years later, and has been very popular. Rode has taken the model and given it a complete reworking, and in a move that's bound to cause at least some confusion and difficult online searches, released it with the model's original name, calling it the NT1. Let's take a look...

The Fender Stratocaster—An Iconic Guitar Turns 60

The Fender Stratocaster—An Iconic Guitar Turns 60

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A look back at the Strat as this legendary design celebrates its diamond anniversary

by Phil O'Keefe

Infinite Curiosity and The Art of Sound

Infinite Curiosity and The Art of Sound

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A Conversation with Larry Fishman

By Marty Paule

We couldn’t have found a better subject for our kickoff Gear Pioneer interview. Larry Fishman is a prime example of an American entrepreneur who has harnessed an impressive skill set in staying at the forefront of music gear innovation for better than three decades. He initially staked out his territory in the realm of acoustic-instrument amplification, but he has gone far beyond that domain with a string of astonishing achievements that have taken him into cutting-edge disciplines including a new, game-changing wireless guitar synthesis system. We spoke to Larry in his office at Fishman Transducers, Inc.—the world-spanning business he began in his basement.

Expert Review: Mackie DL806 Digital Mixer

Expert Review: Mackie DL806 Digital Mixer

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This article previously appeared on Harmony Central—your information source for making better music.

By Craig Vecchione

The Running Man with an Apple

The DL series of compact mixers is Mackie's latest foray into digital mixing for live sound, following if not necessarily replacing the discontinued TT-24. This is a completely new and very compact design that uses an Apple iPad (not included) as the mixing interface.

Of Monitors and Mics: Creating a Great Home Recording Studio

Of Monitors and Mics: Creating a Great Home Recording Studio

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Why record at home? The reasons can be as diverse and detailed as modern music genres. Freedom, cost savings, and creativity are just a few of the reasons to start tracking on your own today. Having a home studio, however minimal, can simultaneously give you instant results and the luxury of more time.

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