February 27th, 2017 by David Weiss
Getting hands-on with the hardware. It’s one way to make the very most of software emulations.
When it comes to recreating amplifiers, that experience with the real thing becomes even more valuable. With their ability to move air all by themselves, amps aren’t just studio gear – they’re actual sources Read more...
December 9th, 2016 by Dan Gluszak
SoundToys have announced the immediate availability of their new delay plug-in, EchoBoy Jr., a free holiday gift to current Soundtoys 5 bundle owners or free with a qualified purchase.
EchoBoy Jr. features seven of the most desirable and iconic echo emulations of all time.
Based on the EchoBoy delay plug-in, Read more...
June 8th, 2016 by Matthew Wang
Electric guitars first started making their way into the music industry in the 1930s, and have been a staple of American popular music ever since.
Thousands of different models have been manufactured over the years, making it no small task for studio owners and recording guitarists to decide which models Read more...
October 29th, 2015 by Matthew Wang
A guitar player doesn’t have to be a storied virtuoso to deliver a great tone that countless musicians and fans seek to emulate—or to simply keep in their ears as an extremely useful reference point when they’re in the studio.
For a huge number of younger rock musicians and fans, Read more...
October 8th, 2012 by Janice Brown
Delicious Audio took a look at Pigtronix’s new Fat Drive pedal. We excerpt it here, but click thru for more details and video.
In a world where you can’t swing a guitar without knocking 10 Tubescreamer clones off the shelf, new entrants to the over-saturated overdrive market had Read more...