What is production? Part 2: Arrangement
Why your new monitors should make your mix sound bad
ATK Audiotek Implements New System Design Strategy with Powersoft Amplifiers
What basic equipment do you need to make professional recordings?
Should sound be described in hertz and decibels, or boom, snap, scoop and smack?
What is the Low-Z button for on the Golden Age Pre-73 microphone preamplifier?
Five12 Releases Numerology 3
What information do you need on your CD (to make money)?
Can you print a vinyl record on a 3D printer?
Why would you ever want to place a microphone behind the instrument?
October 14, 2004
The Pro Tone Pedals Spitfire is a distortion pedal intended for a full range of hard rock to heavy metal and all the way back to the blues.
The controls are simple, with two knobs for Drive and Level.
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