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Heavy Metal! Now that the premier heavy metal band, Metallica, is back in the eyes and ears of the public, you can expect a resurgence in bands performing this type of music again! But, even if James Hetfield and company were on hiatus, the Heavy Metal music scene was never really gone. In fact, there […]Continue reading
Are you interested in learning how to become a professional guitar player? Would you like to be able to fire off those astounding riffs within the blink of an eye? Or perhaps you’d like to put together a band and eventually record your own music? Before you can become a master of the guitar, it […]Continue reading
Hey there! If you are anything like me, you absolutely love playing electric guitar. Electric is so much more fun, exciting, and loud than the traditional acoustic. Who does not love jamming out with their friends and creating some amazing riffs? Of course, there will come a time when you will want to take your […]Continue reading
In case you have just decided to begin playing an electric guitar and you are amateur to the music world, this article is just meant for you. As soon as you get an electric guitar and an amp that suits both your budget and preferences, the next crucial step is to explore the guitar effects […]Continue reading
To alter the sound of an electronic guitar, you need guitar pedals, also known as stomp boxes. They are famous for creating sound effects such as wah-wah, delay, tremolo, distortion or fuzz. They also help in controlling volume, equalization and modifying the tone of the guitar. Choosing the perfect pedal for your guitar and knowing […]Continue reading
Using modulation effects are what turn a bland track into a fun and interesting one. Anyone in the music industry will surely agree that these effects have the power to add depth, texture, movements, and emphasis on various parts of a song. Though some effects could be very subtle, they can still make a big […]Continue reading
Fade effect plays a vital role in transitioning audio tracks. Often, they call this the Fade In and Fade Out. These fade effects give a smoother transition from one track to another. Fade effects also reduce the clicking and ticking sounds that often occur when sound engineers edit audio files using various tools and software. So, how do […]Continue reading