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I recently had the opportunity to chat with up-and-coming electronic music producer and DJ, Lucky Date (Jordan Atkins-Loria).
I was at the New York Amp show earlier this year and the night before the show, I attended a jam session where one of my good friends was jamming through an amp called an Evil Robot.
In the long quest for tone, we often leave out the discussion on guitar picks. The question, “What kind of guitar pick do you use?”
The music industry is in such rough shape that some of your favorite bands have resorted to selling automobiles.
In this post, I decided to do a down-to-earth rap on a handful of cool speakers that I have used lately. It is difficult to sift through the technical data on speaker websites.
I’ve been busy rolling out a new book and a new Berklee Online course that I’m very excited to tell you about.
The Stutter Edit plug-in, conceived and developed over the past fifteen years by pioneering electronic music artist and composer, BT, is pretty amazing.
Sidechain compression is a wonderful production trick. Originally, it was used to duck music behind an announcer’s voice on the radio.
Here is this week’s amazing pedal to add to your arsenal of tone shapers: The WET Reverb pedal.
Jonathan Feist explains the concept of imaginary barlines in music theory, a notation convention designed to help the music reader know what’s syncopated.