Legendary KANSAS drummer Phil Ehart talks to Audio Times’s Rob Palladino about his drums, playing Buddy Rich’s “Tonight Show” drums, weird time signatures, the band’s 40th Anniversary and their first London gig in nine years as they prepare to tour Europe this summer.
This album, Motörhead’s 20th studio effort, is an absolute revelation for so many reasons. There’s no messing about, as you’d expect, but after doing some catch-up on the band’s last few efforts, I think “Aftershock” is by far the band’s best recording since 1980’s “Ace of Spades” classic.
Columnist Nick Lucas gives a whole bunch of good advice for getting the best from artists in the recording studio. So if you’re in the middle of a recording session and it’s all going wrong – read on …
Hailing from Brisbane, formed in 2005, DLC have put out an album of such remarkable maturity, endless melody and possibilities that it’s utterly jaw-dropping. Rob Palladino reviews ‘The Catalyst Fire’
We all have days where creativity just isn’t coming to us, and yet in today’s world we usually have to schedule in times to work on our hobbies or dream careers, instead of just working when we feel like it. So what can you do to break through and be creative …
Nick Lucas reaching into an alternative toolbox for this month’s column. The joys of fixing acoustic treatment in your home studio. Expect plently of hammering and lots of sticky stuff!
Our very own Nick Lucas gives a run down on today’s most popular techniques for sound design and synthesis, including six of his own favourite tools.