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of better sound!
We continue our How to improve bass sound post with full comments from Jari, Lasse, Lauri and Pekka. They bring up several very good points like how distortion can eat out low frequencies, the anatomy of bass sound and how tape seems to “forgive” small mistakes compared to computer recording. Some share their thoughts very thoroughly […]
There are many blog posts about drums, guitar and vocals, but an important member is most of the time neglected. At rehearsals bass is in most cases unreadable low-end noise and you cannot hear the exact notes. Unfortunately bass sound is usually one of the things that gets the least attention. Let’s dive into the […]
Welcome to part two where members from Ensiferum and Stam1na share their expressions about the topic. This method will improve how your guitar and bass will get in tune. You will also save money on strings as you do not need to change them as often. Our instructional video shows how the coolest tuning tip […]
Have you ever been in a situation where all of a sudden guitar refuses to get in tune? No matter what you do, chords still sound badly detuned. Even though the tuner shows green light, ear says the tuning just isn’t right. We want to share the coolest tuning tip ever and it is guaranteed […]
This time I would like to talk about the nemesis of most drummers; metronome. Many bands use it in studio and on live shows. It seems that studio engineers who are willing to record without metronome are almost extinct. What are the benefits and downsides? Should you play to metronome or not? What do you […]