This time around, the subject is pedals and how they are used in all kinds of musical workflows, not just for guitarists. Here's what you need to know about Pedal Crush.
This new hardware unit from FX developer Strymon has many more tricks up its sleeve than you might expect. Delay, looping and MIDI control are just a few.
Live looping has gone from being something of a novelty to a mainstream performance technique. Here are 5 of the best hardware loopers you can take on stage or to the studio.
Just weeks after State of The Loop, DataLooper is the second dedicated hardware looper for Ableton Live users to hit the world. Check out the demo of this looper in action to see what it can do!
Positive Grid have graduated from making excellent guitar software to physical pedals that guitarists will love. Matt Vanacoro fired up Bias Distortion, Modulation and Delay...
Gamechanger Audio's Plus Pedal isn't just a way to add sustain to any sound - it's a fully fledged creative effect in its own right. Here's what G.W Childs made of it when he put it to the test.
Want an easy DIY music project that'll result in a nifty MIDI sustain pedal? You're in the right place. Joshua Casper shows how to easily create your own MIDI sustain pedal circuit.
So you have a Eurorack module or two and a guitar pedal. But, you want them to play well together? Monde Synthesizer have something just for you.
Want hands-free phrase looping on your iPad with the ability to create long or short decaying echoes and sonic patterns? You're in luck. For less than the price of a beer Ostinator makes it easy.
The new BluGuitar REMOTE1 pedal which controls the BluGuitar AMP1 is now available. Guitarists and other looper enthusiasts may well rejoice! Check out the video below for more info.
Are you looking for a guitar pedal to help you recreate the sound of classic tube preamps? Sara Simms puts the Jim Dunlop il Torino Overdrive to the test.
Musicians have been fascinated by the potential of loopers since… well, since they became available! This 2 year old video of a Michael Jackson cover by Kawehi shows what's possible with little gear.