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The Weekly Riff: Now with
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Haaaaaaaave you met Al?
To Blast The Beats Of
Drum Against The Tide
The Silent Weep of Not
Marty brings the "Inferno" to
Over the track "Para Mexer,"
One Animal leads today
All signs point to HEAVY
Consider my demons STOLEN!
Have a seat!
Lars went to the vault
From the factory to your
Check out some freshly unearthed
Chronicling the making of their
Jason, Taylor Larson and Luke
See how the master does
He packs in some solid
And Drops Some Songwriting Knowledge
You don't want limp, straggly rosewood, do you? You're looking for volume.
Seriously, how many of us would have done far better in math class if we had to sub-divide time signatures
Christofer Malmström is thinking "I'd like to make what's Mechanically Div-mine Mechanically Div-yours." Or that's what he would think if
Well it's time to get it dead right. I mean
If you're not keeping up with the Blotted Science dude, I feel bad for you son.
The Audiohammer Recording/Mixing Engineer (and frequent collaborator on our CreativeLive tutorial co-ventures) gives you the low down on three small-diaphragm
In this case it's a beautiful Mayones Regius 7.
We're all guilty of some of these.
When the Levi breaks (the news) about mixing metal, you listen.
When it rains it pours, huh? I threw it out there to some bands that "hey, I don't know if
Resting on the sabbath is for wimps who can't play 80 billion notes per second.
Wait, you mean microphones are more than a pop shield and a cable coming out the rear end?
And its software, specifically designed to customize the footswitch for Kemper optimization.
Seriously, if given the record to record with or sans robot, you're going to pick the robot.
And ultimately, to better articulate your melodies.
Mark Heylmun and Chris Garza break down how to play the band's new track in three tutorial videos.