Software emulations of the TR–808 provide great opportunities to take those classic drum sounds to the next level.
We take a look at three microphones that have been rightfully garnering buzz over the last few years.
Has tablature destroyed guitarists' ability to simply name the notes they are playing?
Whether you're an apartment guitarist or a traveling player, you don't have sacrifice effects in the name of space.
We take a look at the secret settings that can transform how you use this 808 and 909 emulation.
Rebecca Faber runs her violin through three EHX POG pedals and weighs their pros and cons.
We dive into three songs from the rockabilly revivalist: "Hot Rod Girl," "Hillbilly Jazz Meltdown" and "Ignition."
More so than the quality of your guitar, tone depends on how you play your instrument.
We zone in on The Edge's signature delayed guitar tone.
The saxophonist tells us about how to gig with a full array of electronics.
Vocals sounding flat or not sitting right in your mix? We can help with that.
How much does nut material matter? We consider the merits high–grade plastics, fossilized ivory, and bone nuts.
"Watching tape" isn't just for pro sports coaches. Whether you want to document or dissect, use that camera in your pocket.
Make your gigging life easier by cutting down on the number of stands you use and using single brace stands.
New international regulations on selling rosewood have made cross–border sales tougher. We're here to make it easy.
The guitar player from The Steepwater Band breaks down everything it takes to start playing slide guitar.
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