Guitar Pedal and Effects Blog
A quick video to illustrate how to record YOUR amp to your day with a DI box. The DI box used is the Behringer DI100 and we are running the speaker out straight into the DI box. This records the amp with power amp signal to the DAW via the DI. This allows you to add your own IR's or speaker sims to the signal.
Is Kemper Profiling the new Napster?
I was watching a video on Youtube the other day and the vlogger was using a Kemper. A person who was very happy with his wee Kemper and I was impressed with the sound. Then he went on to how he purchased a few profiles from some site because he couldn’t achieve a good profile. And with that the whole Kemper debate came back to me.
AmpFister overdrive pedal with Pre-Tone feature. It is designed and built by Sine Effect Electronics.
Allow more sculpting of your distortion and drive tone before the gain stage to allow better sculpting. It is different from using an EQ pedal alone as this EQ tweek only effects the tone from the pedal and after.
We found this pedal to be perfect at what it aims to be, being able to sculpt the tone just before the drive and then into a drive amp head for optimum application.
Quickly going through the Gear4music DMS-D7 7 piece drum mic kit. The audio was recorded with one of the overhead condenser mics.
The Rode VideoMicro is a small shotgun microphone designed to be plugged straight into your DSLR or video cam.
Built in Scotland Buffer Pedal. No tone colouring, RF Rejection, high-Z to Low-Z. The Genesis Buffer pedal is designed and built by SineEffects for Krachwerke. It is a small, durable and high quality signal buffer for guitars and basses. It changes the signal from your pickups to a Low Impedance signal which allows your signal to be sparklingly healthy and travel along longer leads without high frequency (and thus tone loss) loss. It also filters ultra high frequencies via RF Rejection and is very small as to not waste space on your pedalboard. It does this without colouring the tone or any tone-suck.
The famous Shure SM57, famous for its decades of reliability in the studio for recording loud things like electric guitar, snare drums etc is being A/B compared to the obviously wanna be Pyle Audio PDMIC78.