The Kemper Profiling Amp vs Two-Notes Torpedo The professional studio and home studio revolution have come leaps and bounds in the last few years. Some of the best guitar recording technology you can have in a studio space is digital technology. This wasn’t the case even 5-10 years ago. Back in the day, you could […]
Two Notes Torpedo Live Review The Two Notes Live is a digital load box. If you’re not sure what that means read on. Recording electric guitar has always been loud and sometimes too loud. What this box does is takes a full load of your 8 ohm guitar amplifier and bypasses the speaker. From there […]
Behringer XD8USB Drum Kit Review First let me state that I am a guitarist primarily. I also play bass and dabble on the drums but the drums would be the weakest of the three instruments. I’ve always loved drums, great beats, and cool rhythms with the exception of one thing – acoustic drums are loud! […]
Randall Isolation Cabinet Review This is my full review of the Randall Isolation Cabinet that I purchased. I recently purchased a Randall Isolation cabinet after watching some reviews of them on YouTube as well as reading about them on Forums. I record and film loads of pedal, amplifier, and guitar demos on YouTube. My ideal […]
Recording Electric Guitar in the Studio This is my home studio. Ric and I are laying down electric guitar parts for our next Album. We are both using our pedals into an amp simulated analog pedal by Joyo called a “American Sound” which is designed for line level recording. This means it sounds like an […]
Home Recording vs Studio Recording This video is aimed at musicians and enthusiasts who want to record music. I outline the pros and cons of both home recording and studio recording and hope to provide some information you might not have thought about.