Misc Music Stuff

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Sign up for a 30 free trial and help out DIYstompboxes.com!

Posted by on 21 Dec 2015 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

If you sign up for a free 30 day trial, DIYstompboxes.com gets credit.

Modern Recording magazine archives!

Posted by on 17 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

From Mark Hammer’s post in the forum!

Version 1.5 of unrealBook is released

Posted by on 28 Jan 2011 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

unrealBook version 1.5 is available for your iPad. Tons of improvements to make your chart reading easier on stage. If you already own unrealBook, the upgrade is free.

Get it on iTunes!

Scope for $50!

Posted by on 26 Oct 2009 | Tagged as: Effects, Misc Music Stuff

Saw this in the forum. Check out this scope!

I want one!

Incredible read about inventing your own keyboard

Posted by on 31 Jul 2009 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

and trials that went with it. (Thanks DougH for the link!)

Read the article.

DIYstompboxes.com mentioned in Van Halen Article!

Posted by on 21 May 2008 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

Thanks to John Duffy for the mention!

Read Van Halen article

Kubuntu on MacBook

Posted by on 29 Apr 2007 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

Kubuntu seems to run great on the MacBook using vmware. Set the number of processors to 2 and enable graphics acceleration in vmware. Full resolution and fast. Parallels for OS X has problems running Kubuntu – locks up when shutting down, cannot get full resolution of display, must manually turn on wired ethernet every time you startup. Need to check out the music apps now.

Vintage Gear Store

Posted by on 24 Apr 2007 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

Vintage Gear, a store in Los Angeles on Hollywood  has amazing vintage pedals. All at a very high price of course. But if you can afford it, that Colorsound can be yours! I’ve never seen so many Jordan Boss Tones in one place!

The Decoders

Posted by on 23 Apr 2007 | Tagged as: Misc Music Stuff

Check out the site of this great sounding band. Marty is a frequent member of DIYstompboxes.com and he uses his DIY pedals with The Decoders. While you’re there, pick up the CD!

The Decoders Website