Posts Tagged ‘effects’

Candle powered vibrato!

Posted: February 25, 2016 by TGASMrDunne in Guitar, hardware
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Have you ever yearned for a more authentic sounding vibrato? Then feast your eyes on this fancy bit of engineering, the Z.Vex Candela Vibrophase! Combining a candle, Stirling Engine, solar cells and photocells, the Vibrophase generates its own current and power that drives a very pleasant sounding vibrato.

Such beautiful work doesn’t come cheap, (an estimated $6000!) therefore we might have to stick with cheaper battery powered alternatives for the time being. One can always dream….

iZotope – DDLY Dynamic Delay (Free)

Posted: February 9, 2016 by TGASMrDunne in Software
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iZotope are giving away their new plugin DDLY Dynamic Delay for free. It works by analysing your track and then creating dynamic delays to fit transients in your music. Sign up for a free download before the 10th of March!

https://www.izotope.com/en/products/effects-instruments/ddly-dynamic-delay/

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iZotope Vinyl Plugin Re-release

Posted: February 4, 2016 by TGASMrDunne in Software
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A great plugin that can be used for all sorts of creative lo-fi effects could be yours, for nothing! Vinyl can create vintage crackle, record slowdown, clicks and pops to give your tracks that warm analogue feel. Get from the following address:

http://www.izotope.com/vinyl

iZotope Vinyl

Guitar Pedals Explained.

Posted: November 5, 2014 by TGASMrDunne in Guitar, hardware, Techniques
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Using a guitar pedal can be a quick way of giving your recordings a bit more bite or presence. Mr Dunne’s Jim Dunlop Wah-Wah and Boss overdrive pedals are available in the studio for you to use. This informative vid from MusicRadar goes over the basics of creating a sound using effects pedals.