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An hour-long conversation with the
On this edition of Ask a
The age old question has
Connect the dots to epic
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We ask the Gear Elder
Are you sick of gear demos from snooty gear-elitists showing off their unreasonably priced, underutilized, weekend warrior gear? Demovids are
An hour-long conversation with the master.
Do these distinctions matter anymore?
Converge guitarist and recordist for Kvelertak, Black Breath, and Nails talks about his career, doing it yourself, and his outlooks
Courtesy of hate5six, is a GodCity-mixed, Audiosiege-mastered set from This Is Hardcore.
Once they legalize the marriage of humans and drum fills, Ben Koller's tom toms and I will be getting in
Every Time I Die converge with Kurt Ballou to make their new album
Zero complaints here, buddy.
Knowing the internet, it'll be the dog that goes viral.
Head over to creativelive.com immediately or weep in regret.
Also, he tests out Orange Amplification's new Dual Dark 100 head in the process.
I hope you brought a big bag of cables. We're routing so many signals that we're going to need a
For those of you who want some tips from Kurt about bass tone in the studio, which I assume is
Learn how to focus your carbon-based anatomy in the studio.
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They used Marshalls and Blackstars and