A Brief Look Into The Printing Process at Old Blood Noise Endeavors
Our friends over at Old Blood Noise Endeavors had recently posted a
video on their printing process. A lot of people had been asking them
how one screen prints onto a pedal enclosure and they decided to make a
time lapse video to show you how they go about it.
Published May 30 by Daniel Moss
Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World Documentary
This is from a while back, but is still great viewing so we figured we'd
post it up on here for your perusal. The wah pedal was one of the
effects that completely changed the face of electric guitar forever.
Published May 29 by Tom Grubb
The Roland BT-1 Bar Trigger with Sarah Jones (Hot Chip, Bat For Lashes)
Jones runs a hybrid acoustic and electronic setup in her work with Hot Chip and
Bat for Lashes. Here's a great little video from Roland in the UK where she shows us how she incorporates it all using the BT-1
Bar Triggers and an SPDSX Sample Pad from Roland.
Published May 27 by Tyson Fish
Noisey Presents: Under The Influence - Krautrock
We're quite partial to a bit of Krautrock in at the store and if you've
been looking at some previous posts on our blog you'll notice that we're
also quite partial to some of the different series offered by 'Noisey'.
This new series 'Under the Influence' looks at specific genre's from
their beginnings to their greater influence on music over the years
Published May 25 by Daniel Moss
Kevin Parker Using the Roland GR-55 on new Tame Impala track
Taken from their upcoming album 'Currents', check out Tame Impala performing their new track 'Let It Happen' on Conan a few weeks back. Putting a Squier J Mascis Jazzmaster
equipped with a MIDI pickup into the Roland GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer to
Published May 4 by Daniel Moss
- Q&A: Yoshihiro Ikegami from Boss
- Q&A: Jon Cusack from Cusack Music and Mojo Hand FX
- New Releases from Roland's #909 Day
- What is Recorded Music's Greatest Year?
- Q&A: Jamie Stillman from Earthquaker Devices
- Remembering Prince: Five Classic Albums
- In The Blues Visits World of Music: Amp Shootout
- The Studio Innovation of Sir George Martin and The Beatles