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IK's keeping the media "multi."
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The countdown is on!
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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.
Check out a guitar lesson for new track "Long Live."
Pay the bills with your audio skills (and these other things you need just as badly).
King Crimson ringleader discusses adopting his new tuning to the band's older material.