Labels can often be detrimental to a genre of music, and they sure have been unkind to one of Metals most commercially successful offshoots; Nu Metal. Are they warranted, not always! However daft Nu Metal appears on the surface, underneath the questionable fashion choices and
Let’s get straight to the point, we’re going to talk about guitar pickups, the variations in pickups, why you would use different types of pickups and guitars for distinctive tones. We do have our favourites but there have definitely been occasions where we have used
The second shipment of 2021 LTD guitars has arrived at ESP Australia HQ with 7 new models now on their way to Australian retailers. To celebrate, the ESP Australia team and Noisegate contributors will be hosting a second live stream event showcasing the new guitars.
In the mixing world, Andrew Scheps is a man that needs no introduction whatsoever. The multi-Grammy award-winning engineer and mixer, along with his producers’ credit list, reads like a who’s who of music royalty. Working with a diverse range of artists such as the Red
For users of Universal Audio’s UAD powered plugin platform, fewer things are more exciting than software updates. Well maybe that’s a stretch, but UAD updates are always noteworthy, typically introducing new and often unique hardware emulations as well as bug fixes and improvements. Version 9.11
Japanese guitar factories sprung up in the late 60’s early 70’s with the job of creating a more affordable and accessible guitar to the Asian market. Aesthetically, these were predominantly very close representations of what was coming out of America at that time. Whilst replicating,