Got this just in time to kick off the weekend...
Jon Kabbash — a Facebook friend from Atlanta, Georgia — tagged me on his "Groovy Dubstep" video, and, as a child of the '60s was says "groovy" way too often in everyday conversation, how could I not check this out.
To cut the track, Kabbash used his Suhr Modern Spalted Maple guitar, a Kemper Profiler, an Eventide H9, a Universal Audio Apollo recording interface, and Steinberg Cubase.
"I stood in front of my iPad to film the video," says Kabbash. "The skeleton face mask is a nod to the Navy Seals, and I wore a Seals baseball cap. I enjoy editing music and editing videos in Final Cut. It relaxes me."
Well, I dig "Groovy Dubstep," and I hope you do, too!
PLEASE NOTE: Everyone who sends a DIY video to me at firstname.lastname@example.org (with the subject line "DIY Video") is going to be considered for sharing their work on the Guitar Player website. Good luck!