If you’ve been tuned into Noisegate for a little while, you’ll know our resident bass guitar contributor Steve is a huge fan of the Source Audio C4 Synth pedal (check out his insane dnb workout from a few months back), touting it’s incredible quality and
The Source Audio C4 allows you to edit and upload patches from the ‘Neuro’ app. Stack up to 4 voices to create your own patch. And the Roland TR-808 drum machine was one of Roland’s first fully programmable drum machines, manufactured in the early 1980s.
Showcased earlier this year at the NAMM show in California, Arturia’s new KeyStep Pro had little problem stirring up buzz within the electronic music community. The Keystep Pro has evolved from its smaller sibling the KeyStep and follows a popular lineage of hardware controllers, and those in the know will notice some similarities to the mighty BeatStep Pro. The KeyStep Pro takes things to a new level with a 4
In this, the 3rd and final part of our Blackstar Tone Series Steve uses the handy USB out of the UNITY 250 and lays down a quick slap line on the ‘Modern’ channel using the Spector Euro 5 LT bass guitar.
Spektro Logs is volume 4 in the series of sound packs for the Korg monologue. Created by Ícaro Ferre, it features 100 custom presets which include unique bass and lead patches interesting FX and drum parts. If you own a monologue you can download the
Back in 2013, Korg released the first of their now extensive Volca line, the Bass, Keys and Beats. People went crazy for them, and they’re still very popular today. Back then I was making a lot of techno, so the Volca Bass was super appealing
Here’s the second instalment of our Blackstar Unity ‘Tone Series’ using the ‘Classic’ channel on the Unity 30 bass amp. This channel strives to reproduce more of a vintage EQ with a valve-like growl.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be delving into the Blackstar Unity Bass range with our very own “Tone Series’. Here with the help of the Unity 30, Steve has dialled in a gritty drive tone utilizing the Overdrive channel which sounds great with a
Like many of us over the last couple of weeks, I have been working from home. Whilst the couch and Playstation combo was extremely appealing I thought I’d better keep the creativity flowing. Before I left the office, I grabbed a heap of Aguilar pedals
Here’s our ‘First Look” at some of the ESP/LTD Guitar range for 2020. In this video, we riff up the Vintage White PHOENIX-1000, the Black Fade M-1000HT, the Blue Natural Fade EC-1000 and the D-4 Bass in the Black Natural Burst Satin finish. Stayed tuned