Oliver gives us a listen to DBAs latest noise machine... Rooms Stereo Reverberator.
Empress made ZOIA modular... well it was already modular, but now it can also be part of your eurorack modular... so it's even more modular.
Chase from Greer Amps shares some highlights on Royal Velvet, an AC30 voiced drive which builds on the XFR series platform as Soma 63.
Henry runs through some sounds on GFI's latest Synesthesia, a dual channel modulation beast.
Matthew from Alexander Pedals walks us through his two latest creations, Super Neo-Matic and Superball.
Rainger FX has been mixing up something new... an overdrive pedal that you pour liquid into. David Rainger talks about lens case holders and exploring the tones of coffee, salt water, and cola.
We stopped by to say hello to Joe and Jason from Bullet Cable... they give us a run through of some of what's new for 2020.
We stopped by to hang with Brad Jackson from Jackson Audio. He showed us all the new toys for 2020 including the Joey Landreth signature edition Golden Boy, Fuzz, featuring interchangeable circuits, and El Guapo distortion.
Andy Pitcher from Red Panda gives us a look at the v2 update of their classic reverb, Context. Get lost with us in the these spacial sounds.
We stopped in at the Delicious Audio Stompbox Exhibit at NAMM 2020 to say hello to our good friends from DryBell. Summer can't get here soon enough for their latest release, The Engine.
We stopped by to hang with Ryan and Paul from Fuzzrocious at Winter NAMM 2020. Check out Ryan's latest creation Croak, an expressive double filter fuzz.
Light Pedal is the world's first analog optical spring reverb system that uses infrared optical sensors to harvest the full timbrel and harmonic range of a spring reverb tank.
The NAMM Show returns to Anaheim, California January 24-27, 2019. Hosted in the newly-expanded Anaheim Convention Center innovators from across the industry will showcase their latest products.
Why are so many 30 and 35 year old cassettes more fun to listen to than re-mastered CD's even when some of the original engineers have a hand in things and even when the remastering is done by experts?
As 2017 comes to a close we’re here to provide another breakdown on what we saw as the most popular gear of the last 12 months.