Posts Tagged guitar

Using the Mac as a Guitar Workstation

I will start with a disclaimer: I am not in any way associated with the companies I’m going to mention here, other than being a paying customer for them.

Over my years as a professional musician, I’ve invested a phenomenal amount of money in musical gear. Amps, pedals, guitars, effects systems, you name it, I’ve probably bought it, beat it up, and traded it off in my search for “that sound.”

After about 40 years of playing, I’ve arrived at the combination of analog and digital gear that presently outfits my studio, and a few choice instruments. I was pretty happy with this too, except it isn’t very portable, and the setup is complex enough that there are times when I spend more time twiddling knobs than I do actually playing or recording.

Well, I’ve found something rather extraordinary. So much so I thought it was worth telling the world. As it turns out, there’s an easy, sensible, cool way to go that costs very little and gives you the world. Here’s the scoop.

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Back to my Music

My audio recording / performance gear

These images show some views of my music studio, which is set up in an 11′x19′ open loft above our main living space. You get to it via a bridge from the master bedroom loft on the other side of the building. I’m into rock, blues, metal, and I dip a bit into almost everything else. I just like to play, frankly. Even music I don’t like to listen to is fun to play.

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