Holy Schaffer (I’d dare say).
We’re now 6000+ (6007) registered members here.
Love from the US of A,
Well my friends, it’s night here and I have prepared all day long for our departure tomorrow to go “back to the States”.
We’ll be in San Diego, CA, for a month. The 4 of us.
Didn’t want to have you hanging for nothing though. So I did this.
Latest effort in replicating “Back in Black” sound. Using a newly acquired Neumann U67 and all the Universal Audio plug-ins you see in the image. Carefully crafted.
Will update this post with more info. For now, you get the video.
I won’t say much.
Sometimes, a picture is worth more than words.
Directly from its Creator, to you, two original units – The Schaffer-Vega-Diversity System. Working.
A must read.
People + Opinion : Artists / Engineers / Producers / Programmers
Mr. Schaffer decided to reply directly via email.
Found his email this morning, upon waking up. Useless to try and describe what he told me and what I feel.
Let’s just say that he is willing to help me.
For now, an exclusive present of his to us: the original sticker that was affixed on each receiver of the original SVDS unit. You can barely see a round circle in pictures of the original SVDS, on the left side of the receiver looking at it from the front.
10 things that amateur guitarists can do to play more like a pro.
Although I think egotism, self appreciation and stardom have to be strongly fought (inside of ourselves, for first) I am pleased to tell you that Mr. Chris Townsend – Lead Guitar Products Architect at Avid – has compiled a “definitive Eleven Rack Tracks List” – in Avid’s Eleven Rack Blog.
A few of my renditions with the Eleven Rack have been added: You’ll see the list right there.
And here’s Mr. Townsend comments on SoloDallas:
Special recognition should go to a few users in particular who are phenomenal players and really show off Eleven Rack to its potential. Fil Oliveri, also known as SoloDallas (solodallas.com), can get the best AC/DC tone of anyone I’ve ever heard. So much so that you might even swear you are listening to Angus and Malcom. If you’re interested in how to get that kind of tone yourself, his site is full of great tips.
Do I feel proud? Yes, I do.
BUT I always look forward to successes for the community. As you know, I do NOT have an interest for myself for a “music” career. I did my choice years ago already.
However, being recognized more and more as a Rock point of reference, fills me with hope.
Great news for the modeling community.
Building up over the past version(s) of Axe FX – guitar amplifier modeler (in the likes of Eleven Rack, Guitar Rig, Amplitube, … ) – a new Axe FX was released.
I am not talking about a new version of the firmware; I am talking about a new, improved modeler.
Curious to try one myself.