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  • Tube Amps: A guitarist’s quest for tone: 09/21/13
    Quite often on this blog I write about digital guitar technology, whether it is my iOS Strat, an app like Ampkit for my iPad, or something to do with Logic Pro on my iMac, my musical life as a guitarist and bassist really seems to revolve around digital technology. As a bass player, I could [&hellip
  • Episode 23: The Germ Demos: 09/10/13
      I have to say I was really excited to put this episode together. It gave me a chance to try out a lot of things at once. First and foremost I got to sit down with the Germ from Caleb Cook at Hazel Effects and put it through the paces. I really like the [&hellip
  • Episode 22: Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line: 08/1/13
    I have mentioned on several episodes and posts that I am metal head. I love Metal, and especially bands like Dillinger Escape plan and Periphery. Before I was a metal head, though my parents and grandparents made sure I had a very wide exposure to music. Growing up I listened to classic rock, big band [&hellip
  • Episode 21: The Firefly Pick: 07/26/13
      Years ago I worked for a small music store. I taught lessons, worked the sales floor, did minor repair, helped with piano moving and deliveries, and eventually built up the small guitar department. It was a fun job and I really enjoyed being a part of so many aspects of the music industry, may [&hellip
  • Episode 20: Ben Weinman of Dillinger Escape Plan: 07/22/13
      Since I discovered “Heavy Metal” in my early teen I have always been drawn to it’s extremes. Whether it was the extreme speed of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” album, or the even more extreme speed and unintelligible vocals of Indestroy (early Death Metal), I have always been on the look out for what was [&hellip
  • Agile Partners launches “SteadyTune”: 07/19/13
    It’s no secret I am fan of the iOS developer Agile Partners. From Ampkit to Toolkit, I use almost every app they make (I have never tried their medical app). Whether I am practicing guitar or writing new tunes, Agile Partners apps have made my iPad an indispensable tool. This past winter Agile partners decided [&hellip
  • I want to ride my bicycle…: 07/9/13
    The last two days I have been riding my bicycle. I got the bike about 5 years ago and just do to timing with my children being born, it has been collecting dust. Last night I finally pumped up the tires and went for a ride. As you can imagine after a few years of [&hellip
  • Episode 19: MORE Nashville!: 07/2/13
    Nashville is a town just bubbling over with music, musicians, and musical instrument companies. In Episode 18, I talked about Rock Block guitars and other guitar related endeavors. Well, what I didn’t know is that Pearl Drums were also located in Nashville and that a friend of mine who lives in the area happened to [&hellip
  • Episode 18: Mobile in Nashville: 06/27/13
    As I have made well aware on my blog and podcast, I really like the iOS App Bossjock. I have spoken on several occasions how I feel that Bossjock really liberates podcasters and allows media creators to bring their audio productions to life much easier than before and from anywhere. Since I had some travel [&hellip
  • Episode 17: Dave of Bossjock Studio: 06/17/13
    Back in Episode 14 of the Podcast I talked about an App for iOS called “Bossjock Studio“. I really like the app a lot as I discussed so I tracked Down one of the co-creators, Dave Mansueto. He was kind enough to grant me an interview, so that is the topic of this show. Dave [&hellip

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