Ernie Ball Paradigm Strings – 2 Years Later

Who hasn’t changed their strings in just under 2 years – this guy, right here.

Associate purchase links: https://amzn.to/2UA5bLu

Also, YES, I do say “a year” several times in the video, turns out it’s actually closer to 2 years. Time flies. Oops.

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Exploring the idea of Chord Voicings for guitar, piano and answering the question of whether guitar chords and piano chords are the same thing?

UPDATE:

There’s been some odd questions about this video so wanted to make a few points.

Firstly, yes, this is a question that people are asking. Sometimes I choose a video topic using the YouTube search auto-complete. In this example, if you type “Are guitar chords….” into the search bar, you get the response “… and piano chords the same?” as a prominent result. This means people are searching for it, and that’s why we’re here.

Secondly, yes, I am explaining this fairly simply because, in my opinion, if you’re asking this question you’re likely to be a beginner in terms of chord theory. If you feel like I’ve missed something then feel free to add it to the comments below, that’s what they’re for.

Lastly, no, I don’t feel like I’m providing any misinformation here. At all. Again, if you believe I’m wrong or have missed something crucial please do add it to the comments below.

Anyway, ta 🙂

Live Sampling & Radio Walkman

I recently got hold of a cassette walkman with AM/FM radio, for use in my live synth rig. I can live sample long, evolving pads or ambient effects from cassette tape to give a retro, vapourwave-esque feel to performances. I also discover that I can sample live radio shows for an interesting, but much less controllable, effect.

Live Performance Vid

Gear used:

  • Novation Circuit
  • Roland MX-1 and TB-3
  • Korg KAOSS KP-3
  • Digitnow Cassette Player

Link to Hainbach’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Hainbach101
Link to Tantacrul’s video on Aleatoric Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xabYn…