Fun Fact: Derek forgot to record this episode on his real microphone, so you get to listen to a built-in laptop mic this week. So have fun with that...
Passive cabinet simulator/speaker + mic alternative with built in amp load
Acts as an interface between your amp head and your DAW, Front of House, Monitor system, etc.
Speaker passthrough allows you to run a standard cab, but take a direct out along the way
Closed back/open back/vintage cab options, ground lift, phase inverter switch, and DI level controls
Question for Justin: what is actually happening in a product like this?
Digital Audio Labs Stomp BLOX
Modular pedalboard system!
Individual pedalboard units are 12.5x8.5x2” and snap together!
Swing out feet for added height, perforated design similar to PedalTrain for easy and neat wiring, but these guys have loops for zip ties. love it.
Combine into any shape, upsize or downsize super easily, leave a spot for a mic stand, i love this
Even the gig bags are modular! Zip them together as you get more pieces to carry everything
$60 per chunk, expensive?
Create a wish list of pedals you want to try out
TONS of gear from a great list of manufacturers
Coldcraft Effects, MXR, T-Rex, Z-Vex, Wren & Cuff, to name a select few
They send you one at a time, and you keep it as long as you like
$34.95/mo but the first month is only a buck!
Good news everyone! if you get a pedal you can’t live without, you can keep it! Contact Pedal Genie and they will give you a buy-out option based on the pedal and your length of membership.
Pedal Genie PRO! 3-pedals at a time for $59.95/mo
The Distortion of Sound
Appears to be a 22 minute documentary featuring big names from the music industry.
Performers, producers, engineers, composers. Slick editing style.
Quickly became misleading and full of propaganda.
Seems to actually be a stealth ad campaign for http://www.clarifisound.com/
I’ll add this last link http://productionadvice.co.uk/distortion-of-sound/ if you’d rather read a sensible review than watch it.
Mike Shinoda and Andrew Scheps