Getting great guitar tones couldn’t be easier with the advent of dedicated guitar preamp pedals. I Recently purchased my first valve (or tube), guitar preamp, the Le Clean from Two Notes.
After some experimenting I found several cool ways to incorporate the pedal into my recording chain and found new approaches to creating fresh new guitar tones in the studio. Here’s a brief rundown of my findings with some tips for getting started on the subject of guitar preamp pedals.Continue reading “Getting Great Guitar Tones With Guitar Preamp Pedals”
I recently purchased a new Chromebook and needed to set up an SSH environment to communicate with my servers. After testing a bunch I settled on this app. For me, it ticks all my boxes, it’s both configurable but simple, lightweight and user-friendly. One aspect though, namely saving new connection profiles was less intuitive to me. I thought I’d document my findings in the form of a short tutorial.
Whenever I install a new system, whether it be a Linux, Mac, PC or Chromebook I always go through the rigmarole of combining an operating system in UK English with a Swedish keyboard. In most cases it’s necessary for me to document any keyboard shortcuts I find and use for future reference. Its possible these shortcuts will work on any non-English keyboard too of course but here’s my findings on a freshly installed Chromebook from 2018. These shortcuts definitely work for me. Continue reading “My Chromebook keyboard shortcuts with a Swedish Keyboard”
A quick heads up for Cockos Reaper. Reaper is a fantastic DAW despite having possibly the worst name in DAW history. Free for non-commercial use, frequent updates and will host a large number of plugin hierarchies. Reaper will run on Mac or PC and even Linux, with some coaxing. Continue reading “Reaper DAW – Audio Production Without Limits”