WTF. How in the hell can this even be possible?!   Melodyne is, for those who don’t know, among the best producers of autotuning software.   Now they’ve pretty much shot to number 1 with this…

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I’ve tried both the miking up an amp method and the direct input method of recording heavy electric guitar, and each has different good and bad points, which I am about to share with you…

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Sometimes there’s no avoiding it – if you want to play guitar music live, even with synths and samplers, there’s no substitute for the real guitar-bass-drums behind the electronica. Samples just don’t cut it. So when you’re starting up your band, or if someone has left and you need to replace them – here are some tips to make everything less stressful!

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When I recorded music for the first time I was self taught, and didn’t realise the importance of amp modelling when you recorded guitar. Making a good sounding distorted guitar is all about the amp and mic you record it with. But it doesn’t have to be.

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The epicness of your performance on stage is directly proportional to the length of lead tying you down. If you have no lead – you have no limits.

I have experience with both wired and wireless systems and I’m here to prove once and for all that wireless is the way forward for your stageshow…

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The Kaoss Pad:   It’s a massively popular tool.   From the clunky original KP1 to the more streamlined(ish) KP2 and now with the fully customizeable KP3, it has consistantly provided an innovative way to add effects and quick shot samples to electronic music.   Even Matt Bellamy had to attach one to his guitar – so what we’re sorting out once and for all here is the answer to the question:

“Is it worth it?”

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