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21 Feb 2014
Season 1 of Cracking the Code is a rocking documentary that recounts the story of virtuoso guitar amid the unprecedented flowering of technique in the ’80s. Across 8 episodes, and nearly 1.5 hours of analysis, it sets out the core technical challenges of the instrument — challenges which we’ll soon surmount in seasons 2 and 3.
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Love the art style and the overall quality. Looks like it's gonna go into teaching picking or something in later seasons? They're doing a kickstarter-style thing to raise money; but I think it's all gonna end up free anyway.
The basic structure of the show is as follows:
Season 1 – Historical documentary + the roots of the problem: Why is guitar picking so difficult?
Season 2 – Intensive mechanical breakdown of picking technique, with solutions to many of the problems outlined in Season 1.
Season 3 – Interviews with players, including slow-motion footage analyzed using the system we develop in Season 2.
Time to start recording my EP.
Probably needs some cleaning and a setup, been in shipping for nearly a month now
21 Jan 2014
Introducing THE VIRTUAL MICROPHONE SYSTEM from SLATE DIGITAL. Using a super clean and transparent microphone and pre-amplification chain in conjunction with The VMS software, Slate recreates the color and character of some of the most beloved classic mic's and pre-amps used in the recording industry. Switch between a virtual 47 and a ribbon 121 and try them through different preamps. Or put a virtual 57 on a snare drum or guitar amp. Zero latency means you can record directly into your DAW using these virtual mics and preamps. And do it all at a fraction of the price! Slate Digital does it again with another groundbreaking product from the guys who really love this stuff.
18 Jan 2014
Our Pricing Model
First of all, $0 up-front.
(We're musicians; we get it.)
You keep 85% of revenue after transaction fees.
(from PayPal, Amazon, or Google) - that's 15% to us.
There's an additional cut for distribution to outside stores, but that's totally optional.
You're always in charge of where your music goes.
They also do licensing for cover songs, allow you to split revenue for collaborations.
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