Soundbellows® fill a gap in pedagogical tools used for so-called “classroom music”. The handy instruments ideally complement Orff’s instruments or Boomwhackers®, which are indispensable today in modern music education. Learning groups enable the young to enjoy music without having to learn their instrument for years. By using a small bellows for sound generation, the instrument is suitable for all ages and you can start playing … Continue reading Soundbellows® – Reinhardt GmbH presents new instrument for classroom music
Two years ago, at the Musikmesse, we presented our process for the thermal optimization of tonewood called rECOtimber®. Last year, the first guitar series of our brand Baton Rouge Guitars using thermo wood came on the market. This year, we are presenting the rECOheater at the Musikmesse – the first individually adjustable and controllable oven for modifying wood for instrument making. The simple menu … Continue reading rECOheater: World Premiere at Musikmesse 2019
As in the previous year, we will also be present at the Fair of Musik Produktiv in Ibbenbüren (Germany), from the 10th to 12th of November. This year, we will focus on our new sales brands, Shadow Guitars and Randon Guitars. In addition, we will also have a selection of our Baton Rouge Ukes at the Fair. Information about opening hours and entrance fees can … Continue reading Musik Produktiv Fair 2017 – We come with Shadow, Randon und BR Ukes
Over decades, Shadow Electronics have built a name with their pickup systems. Now Shadow founder Joe Marinic has built a state-of-the-art guitar factory in China. The first shot of Shadow Guitars is now on the market – built with the help of a legend in guitar construction.
In the last part of our series we explained the basics for recording guitars. Now it is about the sound processing and improvement of the recorded audio track. To this time, one of the most important audio processing tools is presented: the compressor. It might not be very easy to understand in the beginning, but with a little practice you will become more familiar in dealing with it.
by Markus Stelzer Who doesn’t know this problem? You upload a video on YouTube with great expectations and then are disappointed when it does not receive the expected views. There are several ways to counteract this. In addition to high-quality content, this includes the sharing of the video on all available social platforms as well as the high quality of the video material. At least with … Continue reading 5 ideas for better fingerstyle videos