I’ve been a professional studio guy for some 30-odd years. In that time, I’ve learned a few tricks, playing methods and recording techniques I can share with you to make your playing standout and have the client call you back time and time again.
What's smaller than its previous incarnation and has a lower dollar value? We’re not talking about your paycheck, pal—we’re referring to Tascam’s new DR-07 handheld digital recorder. Based on the company’s bestselling DR-1 digital recorder, the DR- 07 records to SD or SDHC card media and comes with a 2GB SD card to get you started.
Each year it gets harder to imagine what else Ableton could stuff into Live, one of the industry’s most flexible and feature-packed recording software programs. For 2009, Ableton surprises once again with a host of upgrades in Live 8 and Suite 8.
Handheld digital recorders are great for capturing music on the fly at CD quality. But when you need pro-level audio reproduction, a handheld usually can’t measure up. Zoom’s H4n is an exception, delivering 24-bit/96kHz high-resolution audio in Zoom’s most sophisticated handheld recorder to date.
Is that a rig in your pocket? If it is, then it must be Guitar Rig Mobile, Native Instruments’ newest, smallest and most affordable incarnation of its ubiquitous Guitar Rig software/hardware package. No larger than a cigarette pack, Guitar Rig Mobile combines Guitar Rig LE software with a full-featured USB 2.0 audio interface to let you plug in and play anywhere you go.