20 years of Toontrack's tools
Scharff Is Here
That's a lot of G's!
A fill-in drummer smashing grills
Drummer Kevin Kaine knocking some
Lock Up your kids, lock
Dads doing death metal.
Too much genius in one
What does P.L.F. even stand
She's loooongggg goooonnneee.
Shattering Preconceptions of Holistic Brain
The Shred and the Whammy.
Enter the Heed.
As above, so Ballou
The secret neon sauce!
Martin Grech joined TesseracT in
He did, however, grow a
Brann talks 70's drum tones,
The Larkin to my Poe.
All Dogs Play Bass
No posts were found.
"I totally value your girlfriend's
A better question is, are
...and in music production.
We froze and heated up
Allan Marcus and Riffs and
It's easier than you might
A tutorial for beginners.
Cruisin' with Ron Thal.
We ask members of Exodus, Gorguts, The Sword, and more, about what piece of gear they absolutely can't hit the
The man behind the tones of JST and Drumforge
He's got enough soul to make up for every other ginger's lacking.
Let's get weird.
The legendary composer behind some of the greatest film scores of all time (including Metallica's intro music) dropped some tracks
We talk to the bassist of one of America's leading black metal bands.
Touring You Apart
Ryan's also wearing a (bootleg?) Metallica shirt.
The most melo of melo-death
Papa Het dishes the dirt on his gear.
Soilwork's new bassist Markus is really tall.
Nine Inch Nails mainman talks Moog on the eve of the discontinuation of the Minimoog Voyager.
In which he references Babymetal not once, but twice.
We speak to the former Arch Enemy guitarist about toasty leads, teaching music, playing in a new band, and more.
Tape Op publisher in extended conversation with the mixing engineer behind great albums by Kanye West, Alicia Keys, John Legend,