Moog Guitar + Eventide H9

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This video offers a quick look at some of the many possibilities when using an Eventide H9 with the Moog Guitar.

Additional echo and other delay effects from Ableton Live Suite.

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Awesome Lego Guitars

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Awesome Lego guitars, via Foster’s Brothers Guitars.

Line 6 Sonic Port – Recording In Garageband

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This video takes a look at using the Line 6 Sonic Port to record guitar into Garageband.

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Sonic Port gives you best-in-class audio quality and inspiring guitar tones on your iOS device. You can jam with the tones of your favorite artists, connect keyboards and speakers to create your mobile recording studio, or plug into your amp and play live. It’s perfect for GarageBand, Jammit, Line 6 Mobile POD and other CoreAudio apps.

 

Play iPad Synths With Your Guitar & Use Audiobus to Record

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This tutorial takes a look at how to play iPad synth apps with your guitar and then record them using AudioBus.

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Bootsy Collins Funkin’ With Electro Harmonix

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Bootsy Collins Funkin’ With Electro Harmonix pedals.

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Electro-Harmonix Superego by Adrian Belew

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Electro Harmonix Superego by Adrian Belew.

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The legendary Adrian Belew gets his first taste of the EHX Superego Synth Engine. Here’s a quick video he sent Mike Matthews.

 

Email Guitar Solves Two Problems – Your Email Inbox & Finding Time To Shred

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The Email Guitar, via David Neevel, is designed to solve two problems:

WK recently allowed me some time to tackle a problem that plagues workers everywhere whether they are working in advertising or some other job that involves a lot of email typing. I’m talking about the problem of not being able to devote enough time practicing shredding the guitar.

The solution of hooking a guitar up so that you could use it like a computer keyboard had been in my head for a few years and it was a real joy to get to follow through on it.

If you’ve got too much email and too little time to shred, the Email Guitar may be the answer.

It’s an open source design. Details are available here.

Squier Strat Guitar Offers USB & iOS Connectivity

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The new Squier Strat Guitar offers USB & iOS Connectivity.

The Squier by Fender USB Stratocaster electric guitar gives you a huge range of tones and all the features you expect from Fender—plus the convenience of direct connection to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.

  • Pickup select switch
  • Pickup volume control
  • Pickup tone control
  • Headphone volume control
  • 1/4-inch passive guitar output
  • 1/8-inch (3.5mm) stereo headphone jack
  • Type Mini-B USB connector offering bi-directional audio streaming

The Squier Strat with USB & iOS Connectivity is available exclusively at the Apple Store.

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Slash On AmpliTube Slash for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac/PC

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Slash talks about the new AmpliTube Slash app for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac/PC

Interesting comments from Slash – “My new album, Apocalyptic Love, was entirely written while we were on tour. By using my iPhone along with IK’s AmpliTube and iRig I was able to capture whatever ideas I had swimming in my head, usually around 4am.”

All versions of AmpliTube Slash feature models of the gear used by Slash in the studio and for his live performances.

Additionally AmpliTube Slash provides a fully integrated multi-track recording studio for capturing ideas quickly and easily or producing entire songs and compositions (via in-app purchase on iOS versions). A robust song player section gives users the ability to play along with songs or backing tracks by importing them directly from their device library or computer.

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Introducing The gTar iPhone Guitar

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Incident has introduced the gTar – an iPhone guitar:

Incident began out of a personal need for a guitar that could plug into the computer to compose music digitally. When the first functional prototypes started coming together, we were inspired by innovative musical instruments like the Monome and decided to try adding LEDs to the fretboard. We started to see how fun and easy it was for someone with no musical background to interact with the bright, colorful lights and we knew we had something worth pursuing.

See the kickstarter site for details.