Create real acoustic reverberation, even if your interface doesn't have multiple outputs
How much mastering does a Pink Floyd soundalike band need?
Why vinyl really can get closer to the original studio sound than digital
Spot the Stradivarius violin - REALLY test your ears [with audio]
The difference between minimum-phase and linear-phase EQ on transient signals such as snare drum
Recording acoustic guitar in stereo - should you use spaced or coincident mics?
Q: Should I use a mixer as a preamp before recording into my DAW?
Audio demonstrations of distortion produced by compressor plug-ins
Q: I have a problem with dust. Should I just grab a duster once a week?
December 3, 2004
New from Beta Monkey Music is Drum Werks Volume VI, featuring over 700 acoustic drum loops in eighteen different groove sets, from 6/8 blues ballad grooves to driving 180 BPM rock shuffles. Drum Werks VI is targeted towards the bluesman or classic rocker with enough bluesy drum goodness to chew on for months of recording.
For musicians writing Blues, Bluesy-Rock or related genres, Beta Monkey's Drum Werks Volume VI offers:
Drum Werks Volume VI is available exclusively from Beta Monkey Music for $26.99. Special promotional pricing is available until 12/15. All Beta Monkey orders come standard with free same-dayworldwide shipping.
For more information, visit their web site at www.betamonkeymusic.com