Tag Archives: Sound

Hardware Pedal for VST Amp Sims

SM Pro V-pedal

This might be the coolest thing I’ve seen in… well, a long while! A hardware pedal you can load your regular VST amp sims into and bring to rehearsal or a gig. To quote the manufacturer SM Pro: It’s no secret that some of the very best guitar tones and effects are now being created […]

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Interactive Frequency Map

A really useful map of the frequency range of different instruments, good to have when you are mixing. When you hover the mouse over different parts of the map it displays additional information about the instruments such as its generated frequencies and the ears ability to pick them up. You notice pretty much right away […]

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SoundCloud – the Best Cloud Service for Music

There are numerous ways to share your track – from communities like MySpace, SoundClick and Reverbnation to file sharing services such as DropBox or Sprend. And then there’s something in between –¬†SoundCloud! Being both is an advantage and a drawback. Let’s start on the plus side. SoundCloud is really good because of: Modern technology: the […]

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Another New Pickup

I bought an SD59 to put in the neck of my Cort a few months ago. To much other stuff to do, so I haven’t mounted it yet. I saw a comment on a forum where someone said it’s a bit bassy and rumbling… We’ll see. Right now I’m actually more into buying another Duncan […]

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New Monitors

After playing almost exclusively on headphones I connected my POD to the computer speakers. Not the ¬†most metal setup in the world, but damn it’s more fun playing with the sound into the room. So I got a used pair of these: What a difference! I’ve now realized that my headphones have way to much […]

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