The Musician's Room: What's New in the Studio?
06/18/2018 I've got the JBL monitors hooked up and working and have run an auto-align on them. They are sounding great!!! In other news, my network provider discontinued support for the web hit counter I've been using so I'll be going through the site for the next few days trying to remove the counters on as many pages as don't need them.
06/11/2018 Nine years ago on 03/25/09 I mentioned here that my boss had asked me to audition a set of JBL LSR4328P networking monitor speakers for use our control rooms. He and I were quite impressed with the JBLs and he ordered them and the matching LSR4312SP subwoofer for two of the control rooms. I'd been gently asking for a pair for my room but eventually they were discontinued. Today, lo! and behold, he brought in a near-mint pair for me. Christmas in June! Glory and trumpets! I can't wait to connect them up. We are still looking for a LSR4312SP subwoofer.
05/23/2018 Adventures wth a T-nut in a guitar amp! Over HERE.
05/09/2018 Recording drums for an alt-folk project today.
03/15/2018 Have you ever spent an afternoon under the hood of a classic Echoplex tape echo machine with a shade tree mechanic? Well you can! Just mosey on over HERE !
02/09/2018 "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue." You've heard it used for weddings, but how about a classic amp? More, HERE.
Images Courtesy Gibson
01/20/2018 I ran across a tool that ought to be in every guitarist's tool kit: Jack the Gripper, from Frank Ford, is great for dealing with loose 1/4" jacks. More, HERE.
01/20/2018 In response to a question on a forum I've posted a companion piece to an article I wrote last Fall. This piece describes the process behind composing a storytelling song after I was inspired by an old Dan Forgelberg album. You can find that article, HERE
01/12/2018 I haven't forogtten you, I've just been busy on a film and another project, all at once. Meanwhile, here's a cool quote:
"Science without doubt isn't science at all." - Mike Rowe, Facebook, January 11, 2018
01/01/2018 As Eddie Murphy said in Trading Places, "Merry New Year! Ah, hah-hah-hah-hah-hah!!!" Incidentally, I worked with the fellow on the left side of the pic, actor Paul Geason (RIP), on a soap opera. Here's wishing all of you a prosperous and peaceful New Year! Thanks to T. Womack for the animated GIF. It is much better than last year's still.
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