Where is the best place to put your delay pedal to get the cleanest, best-possible-sounding delay sounds? The signal chain for guitar effects isn’t always straightforward, especially if you want super clear delay sounds.
This week’s video is me showing off my guitars in roughly the order I got them and silently wondering: do I have too many guitars? I’m also talking about each guitar’s origin story, mods, seeing if they work, playing a bit, generally enjoying my own company.
Some of the dates I mention don’t match up to the captions – the captions are more accurate, I couldn’t remember all the exact dates at the time of recording.
You can take hours off your composition timeline with presets and templates without compromising on originality – here’s how. Features a BONUS TIP regarding mastering.
Talking about why composers may want to prioritise speed over quality and offering some ideas for musicians wanting to try out speed composing.
This is the first of several videos on faster music composition – future videos will look at specific techniques and ideas in detail.
This first video is a look back at the last year, revisiting some highlights and explaining some of the stuff you may or may not have noticed.
This 2nd video is looking forward to 2020 and discussing my goals.
This week I’m really pleased to present this interview with musical comedian and YouTuber Jay Foreman. Jay is known for his brand of “silly educational videos”.
In this interview we discuss Jay’s first musical experiences as a child; what led him to perform music and how this led to his first YouTube uploads; how YouTube has changed over time; his writing process and more.
Here’s Jay’s YouTube Channel which features original music, Map Men and everything else we mention in the interview.
How to write set list for your next gig: what things do you need to consider? What is the best way to order your music? There’s a lot to consider when writing a set list, unfortunately much of this seems to be missing from other videos on the topic.