Good thing you can’t smell the microphone in these videos.
Kudos to Audio-Technica, who in 30 seconds or so, reminds us of what it’s like to use a venue’s microphone:
Thanks to success of the first vid, they produced a follow up:
If you can, get your own mic!
If you don’t remember trying to buy guitar pedals in the 80s and 90s (or weren’t even born yet), let’s refresh your memory: First you would grab your favorite guitar magazine and then read about how amazing each new pedal sounded. Next you’d go down to your local music store and hope that they just so happened to carry the particular one you wanted so you could try it out for a few minutes. Golly, such hard times for musicians! Enter YouTube…where anyone can check out virtually any instrument by watching the video demo about it. Guitarists! We’ve gathered a few great guitar pedal demos here…what do you think — make you want to buy one? Have you seen any others we should definitely watch? Let us know in the comments below.
Do you “keep it Bill Murray?” Sweatshop Union certainly does!
If you are not familiar with the developments over the years, Pink Floyd’s famous album and The Wizard of Oz, arguably, are in sync. For years, musicians, college kids and music lovers of all ages have tried syncing the album and movie, but not with 100% success. Enter Brooklyn audio engineer Bryan Pugh, who geeks out about all things music/audio and made what appears to be this perfectly synced version, called “Dark Side of Oz.”
Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Mozart’s new “single” is here, lol. Seriously, this is pretty darn cool…from the LA Times:
Experts in Austria say they have identified a piano composition that they believe was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when the composer was as young as 10 years old…wrote the piece around 1767.
The newly discovered piece can be viewed at the link below; Allegro Molto in C Major as performed by pianist Florian Birsak. Drop it like it’s hot, Mozart http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoTfvakQZXA&feature=youtu.be