Based in Melbourne, Australia, Mike is an in-demand pianist, keyboardist, producer and Musical Director. Mike has lent his talents to many notable artists including James Morrison, David Campbell, Rhonda Burchmore, Bobby Rydell, Kylie Auldist, Sophie Monk, Peter Cupples, Brian McFadden and Deni Hines. He also
Fender has just announced an update to their flagship American Professional range, representing the highest quality off-the-rack guitars and basses in Fender’s most iconic shapes: the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jazz Bass and Precision Bass. The updates are, as you’d probably expect, subtle. Fender are clever
The Fender juggernaut has just released two more pedals targeted at bass and acoustic guitar players: the Trapper Bass Distortion and the Acoustic Preverb.
Universal Audio’s recording interfaces have been steadily increasing in popularity over the past few years. Initially seen as exclusively pro/project studio offerings, UA has evolved their line of interfaces to offer that same pro-level quality and experience to a range of users including home and
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.
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
With more and more of us now bunkered down due to the current circumstances, it’s great to see there are many brands such as Korg, Moog, Fender, Arturia, Cherry Audio, BVKER and more offering free music production apps, synths, courses, tutorials, loops, lessons and samples
When humans made the first tools in the Early Stone Age, one can imagine how quickly the trusty hammerstone would have become obsessed over. Perhaps a modern parallel could be made with our dependence on wireless technology. Since its induction in the late 1800’s, wireless