In November of 2011 Adrian Belew performed and spoke at the Chicago Humanities Festival series on the history and future of guitar sound. Great stuff here including midi instrumentation, layering and combining effects such as echo lengths with pitch shifts, loop pedals, compound rhythm structures, and time signatures. For the few that don’t know, Adrian’s career spans from the '70s to present day and includes collaboration with the Talking Heads, David Bowie, Frank Zappa, and Nine Inch Nails in addition to his solo work. Watch the video, and and check out more of Michael's musings here:http://www.guitarmoderne.com/gear-2/adrian-belew-history-future-of-guitar-noise
Welcome to Bass Player's December 2016 Links Page
Bass Player Live! 2016 Photo Recap
Somewhere Over the Rainbow with Bob Curiano (Nouveau) (WEB EXCLUSIVE)
Pro Sound Effects Releases Tokyo Ambisonics Library
Kaltman Creations Introduces Tablet RF Analyzer
Depeche Mode Announce 2017 Global Spirit Tour
Mark Gray Synth Solo
Output Announces New Exhale Expansion - Indie Vocals
Native Instruments Introduces Symphony Essentials
How Charlie Christian Defined the Electric Guitar and the Guitar Hero Myth
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Country-Influenced Application of Hybrid Picking for Blues and Rock
Guitarist Shreds Country-Fried Version of John Coltrane's "Giant Steps"
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