The "V" stands for "very,
The in-ear experts at Westone
IK's keeping the media "multi."
Martin Grech joined TesseracT in
He did, however, grow a
Brann talks 70's drum tones,
He's got big shoes to
A fill-in drummer smashing grills
Drummer Kevin Kaine knocking some
These old dogs still got
From the band's forthcoming live
The HM-2 lords in Black
Follow the drummer.
They also have nice clothing
The PROGnosis is very good.
The countdown is on!
Check out some recently-unearthed film.
Newest 'Deth guitarist is living
What if instead of cables,
Learn the sinister plan of
No, the Eureka Prom is
The Weekly Riff: Now with
With onscreen tabs!
Inside the mind of a
Electronic or acoustic? Why not
You had a face before,
The Pantera producer talks using
What the hell is mastering!?
Do these distinctions matter anymore?
The most crucial of all
Improve your knowledge of seconds,
What are intervals, and what
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Would you REALLY like it
Just a tad hypocritical, don't
We all do it, so
It makes building your own
VFE's highly prolific pedal builder
25 pedals + 8 styles
What happened to the guitar
Has it really come to
Can you sing any music
What secrets lie within ye
It sounds just like tiny
Pretty hipster, but also badass.
Check out some riffs from "For the Horde."
Check out Will's tips to make your songs and recordings better!
Pray for Sound run down how to build a shimmery tone for your clean riffs.
Start upping your picking game with this video lesson.
Check out a new, free lesson from Low End University.
For his next Creative Live engineering course, "Fix it in the Mix."
Do you have Holcomb-Mania?
Testament guitarist and Megadeth bassist teach you some riffs from their new supergroup side-project.
Yes, including the chromatic ascending riff in "Angel of Death!"
Jake shows off the versatile, intuitive guitar processor.
Step up your pentatonic game with some modal substitutions.
Ron Thal shows some techniques from Hendrix, Malmsteen, Van Halen, and more.
Cymbals are an oft-overlooked point of mixing.
At last, we arrive at the snare.
Eyal Levi, Joel Wanasek, and Joey Sturgis give some tips for energizing your mixes.