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Virtual vector synthesis app for iPad   By the mid 1980s analog synthesis was being surpassed in popularity by the sonic possibilities offered by new forms of digital synthesis. In 1986 Sequential Circuits released a synthesizer with a completely new form...
32-channel rackmount digital mixer with wireless iPad control Modern musicians and bands need a lot from a mixer. They want something that will work for live performances, but that will also serve them well in the studio too. Mixers that can serve multiple rol...
Ernie Ball brings a new sonic color to your acoustic palate.                                  &...
Quick Take Review — By now, most of us have been assimilated into the tablet culture—whether as a necessary evil, or productive tool. As musicians, we're seeing more and more integration of the iPad into live performances, from symphonies to bar ba...
An Entry Level Instrument with Professional Features: Historical Reflection If you’re from my generation, you may remember going to a relative’s home and finding a Hammond keyboard that had an internal rhythm maker (an early version of the drum mac...
Virtual vector synthesis app for iPad   By the mid 1980s analog synthesis was being surpassed in popularity by the sonic possibilities offered by new forms of digital synthesis. In 1986 Sequential Circuits released a synthesizer with a completely new form...
As musicians, we're always looking to get the most for our money when it comes to gear. More power. More tone. More flexibility. Because all that "more" leads, hopefully, to a rig that inspires you when it comes time to create and play. Unfortunately, for deca...
Since their 2007 debut, VOX amPlug headphone amps have been a go-to product for countless guitarists and bassists looking for a simple way to plug in and play for silent practice. With its compact design, modest price tag and several available models for diffe...
32-channel rackmount digital mixer with wireless iPad control Modern musicians and bands need a lot from a mixer. They want something that will work for live performances, but that will also serve them well in the studio too. Mixers that can serve multiple rol...
Classic Casino features in a smaller ES-339-sized body   The Casino is arguably one of Epiphone's best known models, and they're generally highly prized by their owners. First released in 1961 and initially made famous by Paul McCartney, John Lennon and G...
Does Deering's most affordable professional-grade banjo measure up to professional expectations? By Phil O'Keefe   The Deering Banjo Company is an American small business success story, having been started as a family-operated business by Greg and Janet D...
Two parallel fuzz circuits in one pedal for maximum sonic destruction   Devi Ever FX is a brand that loves fuzz and has released numerous fuzz pedal variations since the company's founding by Devi Ever in 2003. Today we're looking at a new pedal in their ...
Quick Take Review — By now, most of us have been assimilated into the tablet culture—whether as a necessary evil, or productive tool. As musicians, we're seeing more and more integration of the iPad into live performances, from symphonies to bar ba...
Quick Take Review — By now, most of us have been assimilated into the tablet culture—whether as a necessary evil, or productive tool. As musicians, we're seeing more and more integration of the iPad into live performances, from symphonies to bar ba...
The electric guitar has come a long way over the last 50 years, rising up from the confines of the rhythm section in the early days of R&B to a full-fledged, versatile instrument that drives the sound of modern music. And perhaps no element of guitar playi...
Ahh, the theremin. It still captivates us with its eerie, warbly sound, not to mention the touch-free method by which it’s played (it just looks fun, doesn’t it?). Although some might say the theremin’s time came and went, it left an indelibl...
Modified right-angle version of the legendary SM57 dynamic microphone By Phil O'Keefe   Recording engineers are known for having a wide range of opinions when it comes to their preferred methods and tools, and that's certainly true of microphones. Ask any...
An Entry Level Instrument with Professional Features: Historical Reflection If you’re from my generation, you may remember going to a relative’s home and finding a Hammond keyboard that had an internal rhythm maker (an early version of the drum mac...
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